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The Torah portion of “Vayeitzei” (Genesis 28:10-32:3) describes Jacob’s challenges working for his conniving father-in-law, Laban.

Jacob’s experience with Laban was one of abuse, dishonesty, cheating and lies.

There is little more important, on both a personal and communal level, than honesty in business. Even more so for a Jew who is meant to be a “light unto the nations!”

This class delves into the Jewish view of business ethics. Rabbi Enkin will explore lesser-known concepts in Jewish business law, complete with sources and precedents from both the Torah and Talmud.

Should a Jew keep away from certain professions? Is it ever permitted to deceive customers?

Can a seller make merchandise appear more valuable than it is? Can a customer negotiate a price if he has no intention of buying?

This is a life-changing webinar. And we mean business!