Feb 27, 2019 | Atlanta, GA
Updated April 2, 2019: Employees who do not fully complete the requirements by April 3 may receive a formal disciplinary notice from the Institute, and their access to Georgia Tech’s network may also be revoked. Complete the training now.
Ethically challenging decisions can arise at any point in our career. As a result, it is important to remind ourselves what conduct is encouraged, what conduct is clearly prohibited at Georgia Tech, and where to turn for help and support when we’re unsure.
The 2019 Integrity and Compliance Campaign will continue the momentum from Ethics Awareness Week by focusing on the commitments that define an engaged, ethical campus culture: transparency, community, and integrity.
Faculty, staff (including Tech Temps), and student employees are expected to review and comply with the Institute’s Code of Ethics and the University System of Georgia’s Ethics Policy, as well as policies regarding cybersecurity, alcohol and illegal drugs, and conflict of interest. The Integrity and Compliance Campaign for 2019 begins March 13 and ends April 3.
This year’s campaign also features a new tutorial: What it Means to be a Yellow Jacket. During this 15-minute spotlight feature, employees from across campus will share stories, processes, and resources they use to cultivate character and preserve the public trust.
The Integrity and Compliance Campaign can be completed on a desktop or laptop. It should take approximately 30 minutes, and it does not have to be completed at one time. Beginning March 13, employees should visit training.hr.gatech.edu to get started.
Employees who do not fully complete the requirements by April 3 may receive a formal disciplinary notice from the Institute, and their access to Georgia Tech’s network may also be revoked.
You can learn more about this year's campaign and review associated information, including New Hire Learning and Compliance, at hr.gatech.edu/integrity-and-compliance.
More information related to ethics at Georgia Tech, including policies and other resources, may be found at ecla.gatech.edu/ethics-georgia-tech.