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Click to edit Master subtitle style  6/7/11 Corporate Ethics By Regan Ruhl & Adam Marshall
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 6/7/11 The Many Faces of Integrity Latin root –  integritas  meaning completeness,  purity from integer, whole. Integrity is widely considered a moral virtue. Integrity is doing the right thing when no one  is looking. Lacking a conscience means lacking integrity
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 6/7/11 Integrity Loyalty to values – central for integrity Nazi Officer Honesty – tight coherence and integration Dishonesty – must cover one’s tracks and  goes against saying what one thinks
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 6/7/11 Integrity Integrity requires the use of other related  concepts, such as honesty, fidelity, and moral  courage. Business organizations will function more  smoothly when a premium is placed on ethical  employee behavior at all levels. Corporations that utilize integrity in their  mission statement should fill in the usually  incomplete face of integrity by clear 
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 6/7/11 Business Ethics Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 Business continues to develop new laws and  regulations from scandals. Companies are putting in place programs and  training to make employees more aware of  ethical decision making. 
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 6/7/11 Rules – The Good Part Everyone must adhere by the same rules. Rules bring about certain freedoms. Rules influences morality in a positive way.
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