We’ve all experienced some level of bullshit on the job. As Andy explains, bullshit is an issue that deserves to be taken seriously. On today’s episode of Getting Ethics to Work, Andy and Kate discuss bullshit and its relationship to truth.
What do you do when your employer makes an unreasonable request? Getting Ethics to Work’s resident ethicist Andy Cullison and producer Kate Berry discuss a listener question about what to do when your boss asks you to do something and you don't want to.
Do you have a passive-aggressive co-worker and don't know how to handle them? Getting Ethics to Work’s resident ethicist Andy Cullison and producer Kate Berry discuss the moral psychology of passive aggression and give you some action steps to help manage it in the workplace.
What is antiracism and why should we consider it one of the virtues, like courage or honesty? Getting Ethics to Work’s resident ethicist Andy Cullison and producer Kate Berry explore the ways in which antiracism--as defined by scholars like Angela Davis and Ibrham Kendi--is a virtue.
Have you ever been in a meeting where a colleague weaponizes skepticism in conversations about moral issues? On this episode, we discuss skepticism and how it can turn from a healthy expression of doubt into a conversation stopper.
Should you feel guilty if you are getting paid to do "less" work during the pandemic? On this episode of Getting Ethics to Work, we're discussing another issue related to the ethics of working from home.
How should productivity expectations change with a massive societal shift like the COVID-19 crisis? Getting Ethics to Work’s resident ethicist Andy Cullison and producer Kate Berry mull over the reasons managerial expectations might have to shift with new circumstances.