Business Ethics: Case Studies and Selected Readings / Edition 3by Marianne M. Jennings
This text provides real-life examples of ethical dilemmas, poor ethical choices, and wise ethical decisions from the newspapers, business journals and the author's experiences as a consultant and board member. This text not only assists in fulfilling the AACSB's curriculum requirement but exposes students to a critical issue-the strong sense of values that is… See more details below
This text provides real-life examples of ethical dilemmas, poor ethical choices, and wise ethical decisions from the newspapers, business journals and the author's experiences as a consultant and board member. This text not only assists in fulfilling the AACSB's curriculum requirement but exposes students to a critical issue-the strong sense of values that is essential to principled and successful leadership in the business world.
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Table of ContentsUNIT I: FOUNDATIONS OF BUSINESS ETHICS. UNIT II: INDIVIDUAL VALUES AND THE BUSINESS ORGANIZATION. A. Employee Conflicts of Interest. B. Inappropriate Gifts. C. Security of Company Records. D. Personal Honesty. UNIT III: INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS AND THE BUSINESS ORGANIZATION. A. Corporate Due Process. B. Employee Screening. C. Employee Privacy. D. Sexual Harassment. E. Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity. F. Employment at Will. G. Whistle-Blowing. H. Employee Rights. UNIT IV: BUSINESS OPERATIONS. A. Financial and Cash Management Procedures. B. Conflicts Between the Corporation's Ethical Code and Business Practices in Foreign Countries. C. Unauthorized Payments to Foreign Officials. D. Workplace Safety. E. Plant Closures and Downsizing. F. Environmental Issues. G. Purchasing: Conflicts and Bribery. UNIT V: BUSINESS AND ITS COMPETITION. A. Advertising Content. B. Appropriation of Others' Ideas. C. Product Pricing. D. Competitors, The playing Field and competition. UNIT VI: BUSINESS AND ITS PRODUCT. A. Contract Relations. B. Product Safety. C. Product Quality. D. Customer Privacy. UNIT VII: BUSINESS AND ITS STAKEHOLDERS. A. Shareholders' Interests. B. Executive Salaries. C. Corporate Contributions. D. Social Issues. E. Public Disclosure and Relations. UNIT VIII: BUSINESS AND GOVERNMENT. A. Government Employees. B. Government Contracts. C. Government Responsibilities.
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