Business Ethics - Michelle Nolan Business Ethics February 6...

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Michelle Nolan Business Ethics February 6, 2011 Business ethics is defined as the behavior that is consistent with the principles and standards that a business operates under that are accepted by society (Trevino & Nelson, 2007). Everyone at some point in their career faces a situation where a conflict of business and personal beliefs come into play. It may even be a situation where you are caught between a friend and what is right. This is the situation that I encountered. In the business that I am in we deal with a lot of billing. We give our clients a product and we on good faith bill them after the fact. We pull their credit scores and base the amount that we “lend” on that directly. Once we bill these guys they are allowed a period of 30 days to pay. Once they go over 30 days we then rely on our managers to begin a collections process. My situation occurred during this process. One of my greatest friends was a manager in my hotel. Her job was to follow up on the collections process once these
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This note was uploaded on 06/25/2011 for the course MGT 216 taught by Professor Mattiehall during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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