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situation by: A. assess whether or not organization has a stro climate. B. determine what explicit rules exist for governing the firm C. review the current code of ethics to see if it is explicit en D. determine an appropriate punishment for the staff mem E. all of these. In this case, the manager is not evaluating the sufficiency of existing ethical standards. Instead, the manager is using the standards to evaluate what happened. It is too soon to punish the employee who generated the fees. Perhaps the fees were proper, and the customer was misinformed about fees when opening the account. A good starting point is to investigate the rules that apply to the situation, and then determine what went wrong. AACSB: Ethics Blooms: Understand Difficulty: 3 Hard Learning Objective: 03-01 Identify the ethical values marketers should embrace. Topic: Creating an Ethical Climate in the Workplace 38. (p. 56) Compared to the average company, firms with strong ethical climates tend to:
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A strong ethical climate and social responsibility often (though not always) go hand in hand. AACSB: Ethics Blooms: Understand Difficulty: 1 Easy Learning Objective: 03-02 Distinguish between ethics and social responsibility. Topic: Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility 39. (p. 56) Many executives and corporate boards of directors do not perceive social responsibility as part of their mission or responsibility. These business leaders consider corporate social responsibility to be: Some managers believe that firms should focus on increasing shareholder value and need not concern themselves with social responsibility. AACSB: Ethics Blooms: Understand Difficulty: 2 Medium Learning Objective: 03-02 Distinguish between ethics and social responsibility. Topic: Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility 40. (p. 56) Being socially responsible is generally considered:
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Learning Objective: 03-02 Distinguish between ethics and social responsibility.
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  • Fall '12
  • Chris
  • Ethics , Corporate social responsibility

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