Someone in my team, who I manage, has made inappropriate advances towards me. Following company procedure I report it to my team leader first.
You’re running behind on your analysis for a client and take a shortcut by relying on an artificial intelligence language model to develop some key insights.
You are in a team working on a long running and high-profile job that has not been going well. The team has been asked to report on next steps to the board, and the project lead wants to bring in consultants to evaluate, but this project is effectively already redundant.
Your work in FinTech and have received seed funding commitments for a new business venture. But there is an issue with the major funder.
You work for a large financial services organisation with a modern building and impressive end-of-trip facilities that you have been sharing access to with a friend, but the building rules have been sent around again and sharing is not permissable.
A colleague and friend has been receiving medical help and has taken up the legal option of workers compensation. Management have advised that contact with the person should be avoided.
Your organisation has recently made a public statement about their commitment to the Voice to Parliament and all employees nationally are now required to have their email signatures include a link to the public statement and RAP. But what if not everyone wants to?
You are new to an organisation, and when introduced to people have already been asked a few times what's your background, where are you from?
You are new to a company and your boss, who so far you have had a good relationship with, has asked you to retrieve some information from a colleague's computer without them knowing.
You are involved in the modelling of a new remuneration scheme and have identified that there is potential for the scheme to be gamed to optimise bonus payments that may be contrary to the overall objectives of the company.
You are a loan officer in a bank and a client who is currently trying to get funding has passed on some confidential information on the land they are looking at buying.
You are working on a joint project with another team from your organisation. You have worked with this team successfully before but this project feels different and now the client has approached you with some concerns.
You have seen and been subject to unethical behaviours in an organisation that you decide you can no longer be complicit to, so you leave.
A colleague is making a big life decision and you know something about their employment that they don't know yet.
You are a new employee and have quickly become aware that one of your colleagues from a diverse background is struggling with a verbal harasser the bank still employs.
Your office holiday shutdown period has been extended and is using up a large portion of the leave your were hoping to take next year.
It’s the festive season and you’re attending quite a few social events where conversations have been flowing freely between colleagues and peers following two years of cancellations.
You have been asked to manage out a new employee who is not performing well, but has also not had much supervision or guidance due to starting during lockdown and their direct report moving on not long after they started.
You have uncovered a potential data capturing issue that won't affect your member's account, but could affect the fee calculation. Knowing that you will be the one who will have to investigate further if you bring it up, you are reluctant given how busy you already are.
You have uncovered a discrepency with a client's account that your manager had previously accepted as OK, but you're not so sure.
Although efficiency is a value in so many organisations and an important part of delivery to key stakeholders, often we don’t see potential risks or mistakes until something goes wrong.
Acting in an ethical, trustworthy, and transparent manner underpins everything the team at Up does, and is the reason Up are keen supporters of The Banking and Financial Services Oath (The BFSO).
Fintech, now a $7 trillion industry worldwide, has caused a rapid upheaval of the core utilities of banks. But this new form of debt poses a major issue if emerging fintech players do not act responsibly.
A company that has recently experienced some backlash and reputational damage have offered you a more senior position
Your organisation has just started on a large project being led by your friend who has also just confided in you that they may be leaving.
You're the Head of HR in a large bank and your organisation has recently committed to a new gender quota, encouraging more diversity into leadership positions within the workplace.
You work in superannuation, spending much of your time analysing client data to help understand how best to add value and engage people with their future self. You also have a similar responsibility for anyalysing data from the anonymous employee survey and have received some challenging results.
You work for a large industry super fund and with the election coming up there has been a lot of talk of politics, in particular housing policies that will affect your industry. Most of your personal views are the opposite to the views of your industry and colleagues.
A member of the executive team has confided in you, the HR manager, about ongoing bullying from the CEO, to whom they report directly.
You are working in a small wealth management organisation which suffered through Covid because of work dropping off and redundancies were made. As a result, you were forced to pick up several duties which required quick learning on your behalf.
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