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Ethical Conflict Consultants use professional ethics and conflict management strategies to aid you at your workplace. Our services are confidential.
Work-related interactions can lead to feelings of helplessness and inadequacy. Unprofessional co-workers, managers and owners maybe taking advantage of you in the workplace. We educate people on leading their way in and out of the workplace professionally in work environments with excessive competitiveness. Work can be a constant compromise between your morals and your desire to fulfill the duties of your position. It requires much time and energy to deal with other employees, owners and supervisors and their lack of ethics. Leading authoritatively and leading democratically tend to create problems when workplace situations change and these leadership styles remain the same. We've had success in dealing with unprofessional co-workers and managers. We have also successfully helped others come out on top with favorable termination agreements, promotions, and letters of grievances needed to defend their positions of power. For these reasons, we are passionate about helping you get what you deserve. We help you receive what is fair for your work. Contact us today to arrange a consultation.
Sexual Behaviors at Work
Salvaging Your Position of Power
Professional Ethics of Retaliation
Employment Contracts and Violations Thereof
Evidence that Your Work Is YOURS
Are you a fast-food worker who has been denied a job with another location or chain in the last five years? If so, you may have faced an illegal practice by these companies. In an article published by the Office of the Attorney General of Washington, AG Bob Ferguson is accredited with preventing lawsuits against […]Read more...
Abstract In this article, the author provides an analysis of the likely negative impacts on the mental health of children being held as undocumented immigrants in detention centers in the United States. Their psychological trauma involves isolation, separation anxiety, scopophobia, and fear of abandonment called “abandonment neurosis.” Children are being forcefully separated from their parents […]Read more...
My Path as a Public Manager I began my professional career as an Accountant I, at a large state agency in Texas. I had just graduated from college, and I really wasn’t sure what I wanted to do, other than to work in the public sector. As time went on, I began to matriculate up […]Read more...