ETHICS ALLIES

Do you believe in an ethical workforce? Join Ethics Allies!

 

We bring more than workplace ethics education to our community. We deliver powerful tools to vocational students, under served youth, and unemployed veterans. Our work is made possible through the support of Ethics Allies: a group of local businesses committed to donor roles for the cause, giving at least $1,000 annually to advance the mission. Together, the Center and Ethics Allies give the next generation of local workers essential resources to better their career opportunities, strengthen their ethical competency and sharpen their sense of professional responsibility. 

 

Thank you to our Ethics Allies—advocates for a better workforce on behalf of their employees, their customers and our marketplace. If you're not already an Ethics Ally, become one today!

Learn more about our programs and how to join Ethics Allies. 
Attend our upcoming webinars, Thursdays at 11 am.
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“The Center is much more than just an organization working with businesses to create an ethical culture. The Center is educating our youth and college students about ethics, and building a foundation for them to use as they move forward in life and the workplace. We feel that partnering with the Center helps model our workforce. Our employees know that ethics is top-of-mind and the foundation to our business. They also understand that having a strong partnership with the Center allows American WeatherTechs to set itself apart from others in our industry . . . we are honored to be a part of a group with so many acclaimed businesses in Cincinnati that stand for ethics.” - Corey Cover, American WeatherTechs, LLC