THE WORKPLACE: BASIC ISSUES
Fair policies and decisions evolve from criteria that are clear, job-related, and applied equally.
Determining what is fair is not always easy. But the hiring process may be fairly approached
based on its p
Definition: Job discrimination occurs when:
(1) An employment decision in some way harms or disadvantages an employee or a job applicant.
(2) The decision is based on membership in a certain group, rather than on individu
MORAL CHOICES FACING EMPLOYEES
Obligations to the firm
Loyalty to the company
The employment contract governs the employer-employee relationship and provides the
framework for understanding the respective obligations of employer and employee.
Business and ecology
Ecology refers to the interrelationships among organisms and their environments. The
interrelationships imply the interdependence of each organism to each other.
The growth of technology and companies has int
THE NATURE OF CAPITALISM
Capitalism an economic system in which the major production and distribution is in private hands,
operating under what is called profit or market system. Products are designed and distributed to
meet customers demand
Consumers lack the expertise to judge therefore product safety is important.
The Legal Liability of Manufacturers
Before the case of Macpherson v. Buick Motor Car in 1916, injured customers could recover
damages only f
The Limited Liability Company
Members of a corporation are financially responsible for the debts of the organization only up to
the extent of their investments.
Differences between corporations and other business partnerships:
NORMATIVE THEORIES OF ETHICS
It proposes the principles that distinguished right actions from wrong actions.
Normative theories can be divided into two which are consequentialist and nonconsequentialist.
This theory b
THE NATURE OF MORALITY
Ethics It discusses the issues of right and wrong, good and bad, duty and obligation, and justice and
injustice. It also deals with the moral values and responsibility that should guide our actions.
Business Ethics the s
JUSTICE AND ECONOMIC DISTRIBUTION
The Nature of Justice
Justice can be referred to as:
Aristotle on justice as fairness: Treat similar cases alike except where there is some relevant difference.
THE WORKPLACE: TODAYS CHALLENGES
Privacy: a fundamental right but could be affected by companies policies and corporate
The importance of privacy
(1) We want to control intimate or personal information about ourselves and not permit
1.1 Objective and Scope
The purpose of the report is to analysis and assessment the Tescos marketing
strategies and to prove that the Tesco is marketing-oriented. The scope of the report
includes the environment analysis to determine the