The Jew in the Boardroom

Being Jewish in a non-Jewish workplace.

My Year of Living Dangerously

Last year I walked away from my law firm -- the job, the title, and the money -- with no plans whatsoever to find another job.

The Jewish Ethicist: Overtime for Lost Time

Can an employer demand overtime when vacation days disrupt routine?

My Boss Is Not God

Sometimes getting unstuck takes divine help.

The Jewish Ethicist: Supplier Struggle

Is it unethical to play suppliers against each other to get the lowest bid possible?

Your Money or Your Life

As a generation blessed with abundant wealth, Sukkot ensures that we keep our priorities straight.

The Jewish Ethicist: New Year: Time for Spiritual Accounting

What the world of business can teach us about our annual process of repentance and renewal.

Blogging Ethics II

Is the blogger responsible for defamatory posts?

Sharing God's Work

Dr. Brooks leads the way along the turbulent journey into the world of fertility science.

The Jewish Ethicist: Racial Profiling II

A remarkable story in the Talmud relates to issues of racial profiling.

You're Not Hired

Getting the Divine kick in the pants.

You're Fired!

My job requires me to carry out tasks that a malnourished orangutan could perform. No wonder I dream of being fired.

The Jewish Ethicist: Spirit, Sport, and Steroids

Should athletes use artificial means to go higher, faster and stronger?

The Jewish Ethicist: Blogging Ethics

Can I fire an employee who criticizes the company in a blog?

The Jewish Ethicist: Peer Pressure

How can I buck my colleagues' efforts to discourage me from losing weight?

Where Worlds Collide

At the intersection of modern medicine and Jewish law stands Dr. Edward Reichman.

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