How to Comment on an Ethics Crisis Blog Post or Confession
Ethics Crisis blog readers are invited to anonymously confess the most unethical thing they’ve ever done in business, and to comment on and rate the confessions of others on a scale of one to 10 from “always acceptable” to “never acceptable.” Many hundreds of people have rated the confessions, and we want to be sure that all of our readers are familiar with how to make a comment on any Ethics Crisis post.
Rest assured that, because of the way the process is set up, we actually don’t know, and therefore could not reveal, the identity of those who confess to ethics digressions. However, a name and a valid email address is required for comments.
To comment on a blog post or confession, simply click on the word “comment” under the post. You’ll be asked to type your name and a valid email address into a comment form. Your email address will not be made public and will not show on the blog. All comments are subject to approval, so there may be a slight time lapse before your comment appears.
We’re interested in knowing the reasoning behind your ratings of the confessions and what you think of the ratings others have given.