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Ethics Matters Q2 2020 Colleges and universities around the globe have transited their students off campus to online learning platforms in efforts to fight the spread of COVID-19. StudentCPT chapters are staying engaged while utilizing technology, despite being unable to meetin person. Oklahoma State UniversityOklahoma State University StudentCPT members recently tuned into a virtual meeting. […]

LEAD WITH INTEGRITY: The Thrill of Victory

Ethics Matters Q2 2020 My early childhood was in the pre-cable television days. During that time, I always enjoyed watching the Wild World of Sports. One of my favorite parts was the start of the show. Each episode began with a phrase describing the “thrill of victory” and the “agony of defeat.” I always loved […]

Why Giving Matters

Ethics Matters Q2 2020 Life has been challenging for our students adjusting to new ways of learning and staying connected. Our professionals have been impacted as well from businesses restructuring, facing workforce reductions, and even worse, having to shut down. The question is how do we move forward from here? The NASBA Center for the […]

Good News: Companies Vow to Continue Paying Employees During COVID-19 Outbreak

Ethics Matters Q2 2020 On March 18, President Donald Trump signed the “Families First Coronavirus Response Act” into law. According to, this allocated roughly $8 billion for coronavirus prevention, preparation and response efforts, including guidelines for paid sick leave, free testing and expanded unemployment benefits. Millions of Americans face financial uncertainty as COVID-19 health […]

The Lasting Impact of the Coronavirus

Ethics Matters Q2 2020 The last several months have been challenging for everyone. From education to employment, the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has impacted so many aspects of our daily lives that go far beyond just how we interact with each other. In times like these, ethics can be a concern. It has been so encouraging […]

Great Ways to Recharge

Has this time of uncertainty made you feel stressed? Are you having trouble keeping calm and so called carrying on? We understand that you may have questions about the economic forecast around the COVID-19 pandemic and may be making adjustments to your work schedule and location, daily tasks and budget. Well, there is good news. […]

Transitioning Careers: Planning for Your Next Job During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Were you planning to change jobs before the Covid-19 crisis began? Were you ready for the next step in your career? The good news is that you will still be able to move forward in your career and find an opportunity that aligns with your career goals, however, it may look a little different in […]

College to Career

According to CNBC, for the 2019–2020 academic year, there will be a total of 3,898,000 college graduates in the United States. If you are one of the members of the class of 2020, congratulations! You have accomplished a lot and you should be very proud of yourself. Although the world has changed quite a bit, […]

Grocery Stores Adapt Hours for Senior Citizens and the Vulnerable

Most of us have heard the sweet quote from Mister Rogers, where he said, When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, “Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.” These days, this couldn’t ring truer. The Coronavirus has […]

Tips for Pursing Productivity While Working from Home

In recent weeks, companies around the globe have shifted employees to virtual platforms in efforts to help fight the spread of COVID-19. Apple, Google, Chevron and Salesforce are among the numerous organizations putting their employees and client’s safety first. In 2017, it was estimated that 8 million Americans work from home on occasion. However; for […]