Navigating the Gray: Creating & Implementing Ethical Practices in the Workplace
Education On-demand Webinar | $59 (Employees of Member Firms) | 1 PDH*
Presentation originally recorded Dec. 9, 2021
The National Society of Professional Engineers' Code of Ethics provides a framework that outlines fundamental canons, rules of practice and professional obligations. But, how are these principles actually applied in the workplace when personal biases and organizational pressures are at play?
Click here to learn more about Presenter Sloan Gonzales, who is the program director, an adjunct instructor and ethics fellow at University of Colorado, Colorado Springs. Each participant can earn one Professional Development Hour* for attending.
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