A Real Bargain

Do I look like a thief to you?

After Disaster

Cheryl Jacobson, a diminutive Pentagon warrior, has much to teach us about coping with catastrophe.

The Jewish Ethicist: Refugee Redux

Is there a responsibility to provide care to illegal immigrants?

The Jewish Ethicist: No-Shop Day(s)

Shabbat serves as a weekly reminder that we don't live to work, we work to live.

The Corporate Mitzvah: Creating Value with Values

Companies concerned with both profit making and providing social benefits outperform businesses that focus exclusively on financial gains.

The Hasidic Masters' Guide to Management

A new book applies the wisdom of inspiring Jewish stories to the world of business management.

The Jewish Ethicist: Corporate Menschkeit

When do we cross the line from good corporate citizenship to irresponsible management?

The Jewish Ethicist: Sharing Selling Secrets

Do I have to cooperate with co-workers if we're in competition for benefits?

The Jewish Ethicist: 360-Degree Feedback

The pitfalls of work evaluations from colleagues and subordinates.

The Jewish Ethicist: Beggars' Letters

Relying on letters of recommendations to determine who is truly needy.

Shrek's Mazal

This summer's blockbuster hit is peppered with Jewish messages, thanks in part to one scriptwriter and his own wild Jewish saga.

The Jewish Ethicist: Ethical Work

Judaism does not view work as the center of life or as its primary source of meaning.

The Jewish Ethicist: Charitable Return

Can a gift to charity ever substitute for paying what we owe?

Daddy on the Unemployment Line

All of my life I have known exactly what I want to do next. Being laid off has left me confused and dazed.

Where No Jew has Gone Before

Life in corporate America when you're the only guy in your company wearing a kippah.

The Jewish Ethicist: Leading by Example

Does favoring local labor discriminate against the truly needy?

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