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by emphasizing that doing the next right thing is indeed different from doing the next thing right.Employee engagementPutting employees in a corner and pushing them to do the things we want them to, the way we want them to is as unethical as it is inhuman. It not only undermines the human free will, but it
PERSONAL WORLDVIEW & BUSINESS ETHICS7also goes against the wolrldview concept worthy living in the world. Engaging employees provides an ethical touch in the business since the staff have a feeling of involvent in making a diference to the lives of people instead of feeling like they are profit bulwarks who are breaking their back for the manager to go on a luxurious holiday. ConclusionThe worldview is a centerpiece of on which human interests, businesses and realtionships are based, in all this believing in God is where all this starts. Business success, and everything according to worldview revolves around trust and believing in God.
PERSONAL WORLDVIEW & BUSINESS ETHICS8ReferencesMoreland, J. P., & Craig, W. L. (2003).Philosophical foundations for a Christian worldview. InterVarsity Press.Seidman, Dov.How: Why How We Do Anything Means Everything. Hoboken, N.J: John Wiley &Sons, 2007. Internet resource.