Business and Industry asks employees to show up on time, dress appropriately and come to work every day.  How do you get your target audience to recognize and embrace these “work ethics” so they can become productive employees?


The Smart Work Ethics curriculum creates an understanding of workplace ethics, sometimes called soft skills or essential skills.  The series builds on the fundamentals of responsibility and choice, giving participants the ability to recognize and accept their role in the workplace.  Experiential activities integrated throughout the curriculum to help the participants build a base of understanding.


Based on Workplace Essentials, a program developed by the Workforce Development Program at Boise State University, Smart Work Ethics has expanded the program by using behavioral reinforcement to create change.


We are not just providing information… we are changing behavior.