LP1 Assignment Reflection
1. Consider the importance of ethics in a business organization and reflect for a moment on
the ethical culture of an organization that you have worked for in the past. How would
you describe this culture?
My previous job ethical
Enforcement of the Collective Bargaining Agreement
Collective bargaining agreement is where the representatives of each labor and
management group would attempt to negotiate a situation with a mutual agreement on both ends.
There is actually a federal law
LP2 Assignment: Wal-Mart Manages Ethics and Compliance Challenges
1. Do you think Walmart is doing enough to become more sustainable?
I do believe Walmart are trying to become more sustainable, however I also believe it will take
time. I honestly think Wa
LP3 Assignment: Case Analysis - Sustainability Challenges in the Gas and Oil Industry
1. How does managing ethical risk in the oil and gas industry
relate to reducing accidents?
2. Compare the risks that BP, Exxon, and the fracking industry
continue to fa
Identify the three stages of the bargaining process. Discuss the stages with your class and describe in
general what happens in each stage.
4.1 Wages and other economic benefits for employees are undoubtedly at the heart of
collective bargaining in labor
When it comes to collective bargaining strategies, normally it is seen to have one of the
two strategic approaches distributive or integrative. In these approaches we have bargaining
strategies of distributive bargaining and interest
Union Election Process
A union election process can be considered a very complicated process. There are a
handful of steps that one needs to take in order to start this process. The union election process
have changed numerous of times often to work with
I believe the position Todd was put in was not fair and he did what he thought was right. He accepted
the donation with a promise of it will go where the donor wants. By seeing that and knowing he is part
of the organization maybe he doesnt know they cann
U.S. Labor laws might have started off slow, however in the 20th century the U.S. took
Labor laws very serious with many states passing the same laws to help the people. By 1974 over
11 Federal legislations that were passed to help create the