NBC's Brian Williams and the Ethics of Lying at Work

The subject of ethics in the workplace can be a hot-button issue, particularly if you're in a position of trust. Brian Williams, NBC Nightly News anchor, created a number of false stories about his experiences as a journalist, which eventually led to his suspension. Tim Muma is joined by Jack Marshall, president of ProEthics, to talk about the ramifications of Williams' lies and how NBC handled him. Jack also explains the overall impact of lying at work, why higher standards matter when it comes to falsehoods, and how an ethically honest workforce benefits everyone.

Podcast Series: Management Decisions
On Management Decisions (formerly Executive Decisions) we discuss topics that pertain to employers, especially upper-level managers, human resources professionals, and executives to gain an understanding of their roles and strategies. It's an inside look into their thoughts and behaviors which make them and their businesses successful.