ethics cacing2 Introduction of business ethics neha16sept LinkedIn Corporation 2018 Share Clipboard Link Public clipboards featuring this slide No public clipboards found for. Name* Description Visibility Others can see my Clipboard. Ethics Contributes to Investor Loyalty Companies perceived by their employees as having a high level ofhonesty and integrity are more profitable than companies with a lowlevel of honesty and integrity Ethical climates in organizations provide platform for: Efficiency Productivity Profitability. Moral judgment and the moral standard3. IntroductionEthical behavior and corporate social responsibility can bringsignificant benefits to a business. Reduced Financial Liabilities, organizations that don't develop policies on ethical standards risk financial liabilities. To retain a positive image, businesses must be committed to operating on an ethical foundation as it relates to treatment of employees, respecting the surrounding environment and fair market practices in terms of price and consumer treatment.
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Ethics Vary by Industry, business ethics differ from industry to industry. Logical reasoning and moral judgment5. Consumer Confidence, an organization can lose consumer confidence very quickly with a few bad online reviews. Organizational and Global EthicalCultureEthical culture:Describes the component of corporate culture that captures thevalues and norms that an organization defines as appropriateconduct Creates shared valuesGoal is to: Minimize need for enforced compliance Maximize utilization of principles/ ethical reasoning. When employees complete work in a way that is based on honesty and integrity, the whole organization benefits. Decisions taken within an organisation may be made by individuals or groups, but whoever makes them will be influenced by the culture of the company. Concluding Remarks An integrity approach to business can yield strengthenedcompetitiveness: it facilitates the delivery of quality products in anhonest, reliable way. If a company is perceived to not operate the Causes and Effects of Prohibition in the 1920s ethically, investors are less inclined to buy stock or otherwise support its operations. Cadbury Schweppes' good practice was recognised when it was voted one of the 'most admired companies for community and environmental responsibility' by Management Today magazine in 2003. Positive Corporate Culture, an organization devoting resources to developing policies and procedures that encourage ethical actions builds a positive corporate culture. Thus, an ethical dilemma is born: To what extent is it appropriate to spy on customers' online lives to gain a marketing advantage?
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