ASSIGNMENT 1 - Assignment 1: Ethics 1 ASSIGNMENT 1: ETHICS...

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Assignment 1: Ethics 1 ASSIGNMENT 1: ETHICS Gloria Sanders Assignment 1: Ethics University of Phoenix
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Assignment 1: Ethics 2 Business Ethics is the study and the evaluation of decision making by organizations regarding moral concepts and judgments. Ethical question can range from practical to narrowly defined issues (Business Ethics, 2009). For example, how honest is that business with its customers in relation to how its products and services are presented. Another factor in ethics in business is the conduct of its employee and the protection (Business Ethics, 2009) its employees rights. Ethics in the workplace is common; each business is responsible for training its employees either through yearly classes or providing each employee with a handbook. Employees that have been survey state that ethics in their day-to-day existence in the workplace is an important component (Trevino & Nelson, 2006). Conflicts in the workplace happen when there is difference of the interests between management and the employees, customers and members of the community (Business Ethics, 2009). It is important that managers balance how to be able to produce a profit for the company with honesty in their business practices, along concern with environmental and social issues. For example, a company learns how to adhere to ethical principles or adjust to local rules to increase profits (Trevino & Nelson, 2006). Because of the negative focus nowadays on corporations,
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