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This ethics scenario looks at the ethics of an executive director firing a staff member because a personal friend of the director is new in town and is looking for a job. more »

Nonprofit Ethics

This scenario deals with a day care CEO who discovers that a staff member is stealing and using the federally controlled medications intended for clients, and agrees to cover up the incident after the perpetrator threatens suicide if she is fired. more »

Nonprofit Ethics

This ethics scenario deals with an executive director who discovers that an otherwise competent senior staffer lied on his résumé, and summarily fires him. more »

Nonprofit Ethics

In this case, an executive director covers up a sexual harassment allegation and accepts the resignation of the alleged perpetrator with severance pay and a letter of recommendation to avoid the messiness of having to take formal action against him. more »

Nonprofit Ethics

This ethics scenario deals with a nonprofit organization manager who has a staff member who confesses that she agreed to take the fall for a DUI when it was really her boyfriend who was driving the vehicle. more »

Nonprofit Ethics

This ethics scenario looks at a situation where a very devout executive director engages in behavior that makes many of her staff uncomfortable. more »

Nonprofit Ethics

This ethics scenario looks at whether it is ethical for a CEO to fire a fundraiser who engages in ethical fundraising and replace him with someone whose tactics may not be so ethical, but who is likely to achieve higher results. more »

Nonprofit Ethics

This ethics scenario looks at the ethics of a nonprofit organization CEO who uncovers an employee embezzling funds, but fires him quietly without reporting the crime to law enforcement authorities. more »

Nonprofit Ethics

This scenario looks at the ethics of posting private information about clients on a restricted social media page, and the ethics of firing a staff member who does this. more »

Nonprofit Ethics

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