For the most part, there is an unwritten standard of Ethical Communication in the Office. We use communication in negotiations, daily interaction with employees and our boss, and with clients. Ethical communication is being honest in all communications. Also, keeping confidential information confidential and not discussing the personal or business situations of others. It can be easy to spread rumors, bully or gossip about others, in return, interferes with productivity and efficiency in the workplace. Furthermore, according to the LLC Ethical communication is fundamental to responsible thinking, decision making, and the development of relationships and communities within and across contexts, cultures, channels, and media. In Addition, Ethical Communication in the Office can be instilled with the following guidelines:
- Be Honest
- Be Respectful
- No bullying
- No Gossiping
- Be Compassionate
- Understand Ethical Differences
In closing, part of ethical behavior is proper communication. By communicating effectively and following simple rules, we create a more productive and healthy workspace.