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This ethics scenario looks at whether it is unethical not to report a colleague at a nonprofit organization who appears to be stealing supplies from the organization. more »

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This ethics scenario looks at whether it is ethics for an employee of a nonprofit organization to use an organizational vehicle for personal use. more »

Nonprofit Ethics

This ethics scenario focuses on a nonprofit organization staff member who justifies charging the organization for some expenses of having her family accompany her to a professional conference. more »

This ethics scenario looks at the case of a nonprofit organization staff member who uses the organization's photocopy machine to make a handful of personal copies for use at a meeting of another nonprofit organization. more »

Nonprofit Ethics

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 ethics scenario looks at a development officer of a college who schedules a discretionary work-related trip to coincide with a personal trip to have the organization cover travel expenses. 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 the executive director is asking her staff to do personal tasks for her so she can devote more time to the work of the organization. more »

Nonprofit Ethics

This ethical scenario looks at the ethics of a nonprofit organization CEO beginning a romantic relationship with the Treasurer of the board of his organization. more »

Nonprofit Ethics

This ethics scenario looks at the spending habits of an executive director at a conference who is charging personal expenses to the organization's credit card on her work-related trip. 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 deals with the CEO of a blood bank that covers up the fact that it lost the personal data of thousands of blood donors, including birth dates and Social Security numbers.. more »

Nonprofit Ethics

This ethics scenario considers the case where a major donor to a capital campaign conditions the donation on naming the building after him and his wife. more »

Nonprofit Ethics

This ethics scenario considers a situation where a nonprofit organization CEO starts a romantic relationship with his administrative assistant. more »

Nonprofit Ethics

This ethics scenario deals with the issue of nonprofit staff using frequent flier miles for personal use that were accumulated from work-related travel. more »

Nonprofit Ethics

This scenario considers the ethics of a development officer of a nonprofit using the resources of her organization to compile information about potential donors for another organization with which she is affiliated. more »

Nonprofit Ethics

This ethics scenario considers the ethics of a museum curator who takes surplus valuable art pieces owned by the museum and displays them in her own home while documenting her actions in the organization's database that tracks loans of art. more »

Nonprofit Ethics

This case considers the ethical implications of a charity race director taking home unused food for personal use following the event. more »

Nonprofit Ethics

This scenario looks at whether it is ethical for a organization leader seeking a large donation to accept a date from a wealthy donor with the hope of increasing his gift to the organization. more »

Nonprofit Ethics

This scenario focuses on whether it is ethical to engage in personal activities during work hours when the activity could be conceivably justified as having some connection to the ability of the worker to perform his or her job. more »

Nonprofit Ethics

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