There is an ongoing concern about workplace ethics. Many voices say that our educational system ought to do something about it, but they do not agree about how to do this. By the time students reach postsecondary education, they will have already developed a general moral sense. The concern is whether their moral sense is sufficient for ethical situations in the workplace. If not, postsecondary education is expected to close the gap. In order to do this, educators need information about what is missing. Educators can set clear, workrelated objectives and use classroom activitiesto reach those objectives based on an identification of these gaps.
Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society – Emerald Publishing
Published: May 1, 2006