Ethics of 'The Office'-Lessons learned from the employees of Dunder Mifflin

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Explore ways to mitigate our own risk of creating ethical breaches in Ohio and other states.

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Stacy Simera

Scholars and ethicists took notice when PBS affiliate WVIA in Scranton Pennsylvania released its documentary: "The Office: An American Workplace." Never before has there been such an in-depth, candid, and long-running audio-visual examination of workplace conduct - and there is much that social service professionals can learn form the award-winning biopic. In this workshop,we'll examine the ethical breaches of Dunder Mifflin employees, as well as, similar breaches by licensed professionals in Ohio and other states, and we'll explore ways to mitigate our own risk through the application of state and national codes and resources.

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