Ethics scenarios: What would you do?
From: National Defence
The following Defence Ethics Programme (DEP) scenarios and related commentary were published in The Maple Leaf, the monthly national newspaper of the Department of National Defence (DND) and the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF).
Suggestions for ethical scenarios to be explored, personal experiences that could serve as examples and general comments are always welcome (anonymously, upon request) and can be sent via email. Reader and DEP commentary on scenarios will be published as it becomes available.
|Reader's comments||Publication date|
|Drinking on the job?||Commentary||August 2019|
|A Discriminatory Joke?||Commentary||April 2019|
|Politics on social media||Commentary||August 2018|
|Diversity and dignity at work||Commentary||June 2018|
|Emotional support and workload||Commentary||December 2017|
|Conference no show||Commentary||September 2017|
|Leave no one behind||Commentary||July 2017|
|The annual merit boards||Commentary||April 2017|
|The joy of giving||Commentary||March 2017|
|The kickback couple||Commentary||January 2017|
Additional ethical scenarios from 2007-2014 are available on the Defence Team intranet (accessible only on the Government of Canada network).
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