I remember the comment as if it were yesterday. As a high school teacher living in Chicago, I had been invited to a school weekend “spirit” event for students and faculty at an area hotel. The facility’s sat on a sprawling property and its layout was unconventional to say the least, which made navigation from one place to another
In this second class on Jewish Business Ethics, we will explore how Torah or Jewish Law deals with a variety of commerce-related issues. We will outline some of the principles that underlie Jewish business law, and demonstrate how Torah law provides a framework for holding the business world to a higher ethical standard. This shiur... Read more »
How can Jewish values direct our conduct in the workplace? Some people are under the impression that Judaism concerns itself only with kosher food, prayer in the synagogue, and the celebration of Shabbat and Festivals. Business affairs, they reason, are governed by common sense and one’s personal sense of ethics. One’s conduct in the workplace... Read more »