Ethics in the Workplace
The purpose of this webpage is to help all members of the Central Washington University community understand the laws and policies governing ethics in the workplace and provide resources for questions or concerns. It is very important for all University employees to be familiar with and understand the policies that are applicable to their employment.
Ethics Advisor- Staci Sleigh-Layman, HR Director at Large
An ethics advisor is a member of an institution from whom employees can seek ethical guidance. The Ethics Advisor may:
- Assess the application of conflict of interest laws and regulations
- Counsel employees concerning ethics standards and programs
- Assist managers and supervisors in understanding and implementing ethics programs
For your convenience, Ethics in Public Service, provides you with information directly from RCW 42.52.
CWU Ethics Advisory Committee
The committee reports to and advises the chief of staff on ethical issues. For more information visit their website.
Quick Guide to Ethics Principles developed by the Ethics Advisory Committee.
The Washington State Executive Ethics Board website is a great resource for those interested in learning more about ethics through online trainings, links to rules and regulations, and information about filing complaints.
Online Ethics Quiz
Test your knowledge of the state's ethics laws. The Online Quiz is available at any time by launching the following one hour question and answer session regarding ethics in general. This quiz is presented by the Washington State Executive Ethics Board.
Take the On-Line Training Quiz here.
Staci Sleigh-Layman - HR Director at Large - Ethics Advisor
Gail Farmer - Administrator of Equal Opportunity & Professional Development
Washington State Executive Ethics Board