Late nights. Weekends. Holidays. Travel. It’s not the most fun, but somebody has to do it; sometimes the job simply has to be done.

How do you decide who has to work when no one wants to?

Will it be the tenured employee counting his days until retirement, the one with an ailing father, the parent of a graduating senior, the new mom whose husband is on the brink, or the singleton who feels like he’s always covering for the rest of the team?

How would you decide? And how will Jesse, the team’s leader?

Find out in this month’s Talking the Walk.

Case studies are released with an included Leader’s Guide, to help you walk employees through the scenario’s, facilitate meaningful conversation and pose questions that lead to important interactions.

What is Talking the Walk?

At ECI, we know that you spend a great deal of time developing resources to help employees in your organization make good decisions when they face ethics & compliance challenges. In that same spirit, we want to provide you a resource to help you and your staff consider the challenges that YOU face as E&C professionals. Think of this as a regular opportunity for the professional development of your team.

Download Case Study 15: Whose Turn Is It Anyway?

The case study is only available to ECI members. Log in to access the download links below.