Webinar on Feb. 20: “Off Duty: Should Employers Punish Misbehaviour that Happens Off the Job?”

When: Wednesday, February 20, 2019 from noon to 1 p.m. EST
Cost: The webinar is free for members of EPAC. Non-members will be invoiced $40 ($15 for students) after the webinar.

Should employers be allowed, or even encouraged, to punish employees for wrongful behaviour off the job? Or should an off-duty employee’s behaviour be beyond an employer’s reach? This webinar with business-ethics leader Chris MacDonald will examine a range of cases, looking at reasons why employers may be tempted to punish employees for after-hours wrongs, as well as examining several reasons why we should be cautious about encouraging employers to do so.

A philosopher by training, Chris MacDonald teaches ethics and critical thinking at Ryerson University, where he is Director of the Ted Rogers Leadership Centre. He is the co-author of two best-selling textbooks, and his most recent project is a free online resource called the Concise Encyclopedia of Business Ethics.



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