Persuasive Business Ethics Rough Draft

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Running head: PERSUASIVE BUSINESS ETHICS ROUGH DRAFT 1 Persuasive Business Ethics Rough Draft Joey D. Finley Kaplan University CM225-05: College Composition II for Business Majors Professor: SusanWimberly Honea January 25, 2011
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Business Ethics Rough Draft Business ethics is defined as, the way a business conducts it-self or deals with situations daily in the real world. This definition explains that business ethics refers to how a company handles themselves, especially when it comes to their own products and their customers. Two examples of poor business ethics are, when a company pays their employees below standard minimum wage, and using false advertising techniques versus a rival business. There are many other ways a business can portray bad business ethics these are two simple examples. A couple examples of good business ethics are, having readily available customer service, and having a product that does what they promote they do and by that you would be also honoring the company guarantees. These are also only two simple examples of good business ethics but there are many other ways a corporation can demonstrate good business ethics. As we can see it is important that businesses focuses not only on profits being brought in but maintaining a good business ethic when dealing with other companies or customers to maintain a good reputation. When a company is looked at as a whole, often times they are looked upon as either having good or poor business ethics. This could say a lot for a company’s reputation, meaning it would either have a good reputation or bad based upon their ethical values. In my argument I will explain and demonstrate why many companies may have poor business ethics and why they fail to make the necessary changes. I will be arguing the case that, as important as business ethics may seem many companies rarely worry about them because they bring in such a high profit that they seem to afford or manage their poor business ethics. My paper will discuss the reasons why companies can afford to disregard proper business ethics but it will also focus on why companies should
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and need to follow my recommendations to start building a new reputation based around good ethics rather than poor. I will provide examples of specific companies that have
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