Reporting period: January 2021 - December 2022
We continue to explore the intersection of ethics and the future of work. In this webinar, we focused on the challenges and opportunities for artificial intelligence in the workplace.
We focused on the challenges and opportunities surrounding ethical hiring and retention practices for people who have experienced incarceration. Our expert panel explored both practical and ethical considerations from the perspectives of organizations, job candidates, and society.
We focused on ethical challenges surrounding intentional hybrid work. As the future of work evolves, some workers feel they are more effective in a remote environment, others feel that they want the workplace to exist as it did before the pandemic. Our panel of experts discussed the effectiveness of the remote environment, the advantages, disadvantages and inequities that exist as workers manage the world of hybrid work.
We focused on ethical challenges surrounding the protein processing industry. Our panel of experts discussed the ethical dilemmas faced by workers in this industry, specifically the migrant worker experience.
We focused on ethical challenges centered around the employer’s culpability in contributing to and in some cases, causing the mental health problems of workers.
Our panel of experts provided insight on how climate change and weather-related injuries are showing up in the workplace and the ethical challenges associated with responding.
Many workers are feeling tired, overworked, and overwhelmed during the pandemic. Some in health care, public health, emergency response and other sectors have also faced difficult moral dilemmas over the last year. The panel will discuss how we can acknowledge
the challenges and more forward, building a more resilient workforce in the wake of the pandemic.
Now that COVID-19 vaccinations have received approval for emergency use, we will take time to discuss the intersection of public health, occupational health, labor law, and medical ethics to help employers and workers understand the issues and strategies
for workplace vaccination policies.
As we emerge from election season, we discuss how politics and ethics intersect in the health and safety of workers in the continuing pandemic and the "next four years."
Workplaces are mired in financial and ethical dilemmas, as the safety of workers and the financial viability of businesses are impacted by the pandemic. This webinar explores the ethics of "essential workers" and the impact of COVID-19 on vulnerable workers.