Any job seeker can look at the qualifications of a job and determine if it is a good option for them based on their background and experience. But, one problem that can arise is when the job seeker has values and ethics that are different from the organization that he or she wishes to work at. This program helps people understand their career conscience and how to assess their employers’ science. It looks at the five elements of corporate responsibility. After viewing this program, potential employees will know how to speak with future employers about sustainability, labor standards, and other areas of concern that involve ethics and corporate responsibility. (19 minutes)
Segments in this video include:
Defining Your Career Conscience (04:50) – Career conscience is a part of our moral sense of right and wrong and the values that a person holds the most important.
Defining a Company's Conscience (04:55) – Corporate science inspires corporations to include ethics and values into their operation and business model.
Finding a Career Match (03:53) – Finding a good match requires that a job seeker researchers the organization, finds out the mission statement or charter, looks at reports, researches the news, talks to employees, and asks the employer questions.
Workplace Conscience (04:26) – Job seekers need to look at an organization’s various practices to assess it. They need to ask questions of hiring managers and leaders. Employees need to look at ways that they can change their organization and work with ethical conflicts if they come up.