The Ethics of Hardball

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1 The Ethics of Hardball The Ethics of Hardball Holly Cooper OMM 640 Business Ethics and Social Responsibility Dr. Frank Morelli February 09, 2011
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2 The Ethics of Hardball An ethical decision can at the same time be good business. Making morally correct decisions can keep business from losing employees or customers. For an example a company can choose to dump their waste in a local lake. The employees may feel that this is dangerous and quit the job; customers can find out about the dumping and no longer use the company as their supplier. They can also face multiple law suites if the water is a source of water to local residents. This proves that ethical decisions rather they are good or bad are the best results for good business. (Berg, 1995, pg. 122) Businesses should be held accountable applying different standards than we use to assess others in a society. Businesses should promote social and moral values. Businesses should consider social responsibility, law compliances, human rights, health
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