Lockheed Martin’s episodic “Integrity Minute” video series invites you to take a front-row seat in an ethical dilemma. The video series is produced from actual Ethics Office case files. Employees can watch new episodes as they are released or view the compilation after the final episode appears.
The Integrity Minute is made available on lockheedmartin.com to raise employee awareness of ethical issues.
All videos in this series are available for licensing.
These copyrighted videos are currently used in industries as diverse as construction, defense, electronics, engineering, insurance, and pharmaceuticals. Academic institutions can license the videos free of charge for use in classrooms.
For more information on licensing Lockheed Martin Ethics videos, contact the Corporate Ethics Office.
Series 36: Threatening Behavior, Mischarging, Record Falsification
Episode 1 "Calm Down"
Episode 2 "Staying Out of His Way"
Episode 3 "Don't Worry About Yesterday"
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Does Lockheed Martin Integrity Minute replace annual ethics awareness training or compliance training?
A: No. All employees are still required to complete annual awareness training plus any compliance training courses.
Q: Is it mandatory for employees to view the Lockheed Martin Integrity Minute?
A: No. Employees are not required to watch the Lockheed Martin Integrity Minute.
Q: What should I charge my time to while watching the Lockheed Martin Integrity Minute?
A: Consult with your supervisor for any labor charging questions. The Lockheed Martin Integrity Minute episodes are intentionally short (usually 3 minutes each), so that labor charging should not be an issue; however, if employees encounter downloading issues, the time spent could be longer. Employees without Internet access at work can use their home computers to access the videos on lockheedmartin.com.
Q: Some of the issues depicted in the Lockheed Martin Integrity Minute I have experienced or witnessed at my workplace. What should I do about this?
A: The best option in most situations is to discuss the situation with your supervisor, manager, or someone higher up in your chain of command. If you are not comfortable with this option, contact Human Resources or your Ethics Officer. You can also call the Corporate HelpLine at 1-800-LM-ETHICS (1-800-563-8442).
Call the Corporate Ethics Helpline
From the United States:
From Outside the United States:
Use the International Access Code listing to find the AT&T Direct Access Code for your country and dial this number before dialing
From a TTY Machine:
The Corporate Ethics HelpLine is answered from 8am to 5pm EST Monday through Friday, except on days when Corporate Headquarters is closed.
All contacts to the Ethics organization are handled confidentially.
Lockheed Martin Corporation
Corporate Ethics Office
6801 Rockledge Drive, MP 211
Bethesda, MD 20817
U.S. Access Code (if required) + 301-897-6442
Check out the How the Ethics Process Works brochure for more information about contacting Ethics.