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Running Header: Around the World Around the World Angela Werner Rasmussen College Business Ethics Instructor: Ashley Cobb 1
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Running Header: Around the World Around the World When it comes to child labor laws, there are many ways for a company to avoid it, and deal with it when conducting business in a different country. First, a company can try to avoid countries where child labor laws are allowed. If the country you are doing business with has children working for educational purposes, or for culturally beneficial reasons, your company may leave the matter alone, so as not to interfere with the countries culture (Fieser, J., & Mosley, A., n.d. pg. 10). However if you know that the children will be working in dangerous, or hazardous environments, your company should not associate with such business (Fieser, J., & Mosley, A., n.d. pg. 10). If you are doing business in a country that has children working for your company’s benefit, you should first research the legal working age. In some countries children can choose to
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