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This is a fictional case about an executive director of a nonprofit organization who discovers that a valued employee obtained the job with false credentials on his résumé. 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

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 looks at a situation where the CEO of a nonprofit organization is requesting a personal loan from the organization to keep him from resigning. more »

Nonprofit Ethics

This ethics scenario considers the ethics of a nonprofit CEO placing restrictions on the dress of a staff member in the absence of a formal dress code. more »

Nonprofit Ethics

This ethics scenario considers a situation where a board member hang outs with the staff in the organizational offices and meddles. more »

Nonprofit Ethics

This ethics scenario considers the ethical implications of an offer from a board chairman to serve as both the paid executive director and board chairman following the resignation of the organization's executive director. 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 considers the ethics of not notifying a grantmaker when two key research employees funded by the grant have left the organization. more »

Nonprofit Ethics

This ethics scenario considers whether it is ethical for a departing development officer to take with him donor information with him as he leaves for a new position with another organization. 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 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 ethics scenario focuses on the ethical implications of a nonprofit organization staff member's increasing use of the Internet for personal use, including playing games and posting on Facebook, during working hours. 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

This ethics scenario looks at whether it is ethical for a staff member of a health care facility to request special treatment relating to her mother's admission to the facility. more »

Nonprofit Ethics

This scenario looks at whether it is ethical for a nonprofit employee who deals with a diverse group of clients to have lots of religious items decorating her office cubicle. more »

Nonprofit Ethics

This ethics scenario considers whether it is ethical for a newly hired CEO of a charity to receive salary that takes into account a particular amount that CEO is expected to contribute to the charity as a "leadership gift." 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

This ethics scenario considers whether it is ethical for an organization to deceptively infiltrate a business that it considers to be engaging in unethical treatment of animals for the purpose of exposing its operations. more »

Nonprofit Ethics

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