Ethics in the workplace isn't just a matter of corporate litigation and big companies. Those on the job are faced daily with ethical decisions at work--large and small. How can Christians maintain godly integrity at work, especially when the pressure...
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Ethics in the workplace isn't just a matter of corporate litigation and big companies. Those on the job are faced daily with ethical decisions at work--large and small. How can Christians maintain godly integrity at work, especially when the pressure is often so strong to do otherwise? Here is a realistic, practical resource that tackles these issues head-on. The heart of the book is a biblically based compass for doing the right thing in any workplace situation, spelled out in the acrostic: E xamine the facts T ruth H esitate I dentify greater good C onsider S tand for God The authors demonstrate how this compass can be applied, using situations from the life of Daniel. This helpful and practical book covers common ethical dilemmas faced in today's workplace and is perfect for anyone who works, from the CEO on down.
- ?Everyone fudges their budget numbers - ?it - 's part of the game. - ? - ?I work so much overtime, they can pay for a few personal copies. - ? - ?It - 's just a little harmless workplace flirting - ?no harm, no foul. - ? Who hasn?'t heard statements like these in the workplace, or even uttered them ourselves? All of us need help with ethical questions at work, especially when faced with strong pressures to cut corners and cheat the system. Integrity at Work is a realistic, practical, on-the-job resource that tackles these issues head-on. - ?A fascinating workshop on the what, why, and how of ethics and decision making in the workplace. Whereas most books on applied ethics get bogged down in philosophy or case studies, this book crackles with biblical truth and practical examples. - - - William E. Brown, president, Cedarville University - ?For Enron-size companies or churches of any size, this is a treasure text of situations and Scriptures. With typical Geisler-Douglass candor, it digs at the real questions and issues in specific dilemmas?'the kind I have grappled with often. This book will not just sit in corporate libraries but will be a compass for many of us. - - - Knute Larson, senior pastor, The Chapel, Akron, Ohio ?'This book provides practical tools for building our reputations and our work on a foundation that lasts. Geisler and Douglass make it clear that acting with integrity is good business, not just good living. - - - Rex Rogers, president, Cornerstone University - ?A practical resource for employees and managers alike. The authors not only identify the root of the problem, they also provide practical, scripturally based advice when facing such dilemmas. - - - Lindle O. BeetsJr., chief executive consultant, The Amblin Group Norman L. Geisler is dean of Southern Evangelical Seminary and Bible College and author of over seventy books. Randy Douglass is founder and director of Workplace PEACE and president of Office Zoo Solutions, organizations equipping Christians in the workplace. Douglass is coauthor, with Geisler, of Bringing Your Faith to Work.
Dr. Norman Geisler (Ph.D., Loyola University) is author or co-author of over sixty-eight books and hundreds of articles including Christian Apologetics; Apologetics in the New Age; Answering Islam; When Skeptics Ask; When Critics Ask; The Baker Dictionary of Apologetics; Handbook of Systematic Theology (4 volumes), Chosen But Free and When Cultists Ask. He has taught at the university and graduate level for forty eight years and has spoken or debated in all fifty states and in twenty-five countries. He is the co-founder and long-time Dean of Southern Evangelical Seminary, in Charlotte, North Carolina.