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  • Business Ground Rule
    568 words
    Decision-making skills in a business environment are critical for continued company growth and progress. Personal or business ethics can have a substantial impact on how decisions are made. In order for decisions to be ethically defensible it must contain specific elements. The basic elements in ethical decisions are ground rules. Ground rules can be composed of informal ethical believes of business ethics. The determining factor of an ethical decision will be based on which ground rule is used....
  • Good Bridge Between Beliefs And Actions
    2,231 words
    Over the course of years, the ethical insights that we human beings have tend to become "rules,"norms,"principles". These are the "tried-and-true" concepts which we know in such forms as "Honesty is the best policy"; "Don't lie, cheat, or steal"; or "Let your word be your bond". These nostrums amount to the moral currency with which we deal every day, and it would be foolish to ignore the accumulated experience of our forebears in deliberating about how to act. Indeed, this experience, and our u...
  • Last Three Rules Of The Code
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    I Believe: A Code of EthicsbyPHIL 301 Fall Semester, 1996 I believe in the power of Mind... I believe pitchers should bat... I believe Oswald was a patsy... I believe everything is a conspiracy... I believe that people are responsible for their own actions... I believe that The Who is the greatest rock band of all time... I believe in tolerance... I believe in capitalism... I believe we are who we want to be... I believe in choice... I believe in love... I believe that Bert and Ernie are televis...
  • Chase Worldwide Rules Of Conduct
    791 words
    An Assessment of Business Ethics in My Workplace Ethics in business is fast becoming a major focus and need for most major corporations today. There is everything to gain in having ethics, and for companies that do not have ethics there is everything to lose. Ethics involves knowing right from wrong and then making the decision to do the right thing. "Virtually every professional organization and every corporation has a code of ethics that specifies the behaviors that are required or forbidden" ...
  • Ground Rules In The Decision
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    The impact of ethics on decision-making is paramount. Ethics is the very fiber that we use to compass our decision-making. It is the very context, the heart and the soul from which all decisions have their basis derived from. In order to form an ethically defensible decision, one must takes great pains to make sure all the angles have been covered. Among the questions that should be asked are: Are all of the stakeholders are being considered in the process? Are all of the moral issues are being ...
  • Codes Of Ethics For Auditors
    2,095 words
    Professional Ethics Introduction An effective code of ethics succeeds in influencing people to behave ethically. In contrast, an ineffective code of ethics serves little purpose and merely provides an illusion that the employees or profession would actually abide by the code. This paper will first discuss an appropriate conceptual framework that guides the design of auditors' codes of ethics. An assessment of the merits and flaws of the accounting profession's Code of Professional Conduct and Et...
  • Standards Of Critical Thinking And Ethical Conduct
    1,358 words
    If decision-making requires that we employ the basic standards of critical thinking, mainly, perception, assumptions, emotion, language skills, arguments, fallacies, logic and problem solving, then, would it be correct to assume that if we employ the standards of ethical behavior to such decision-making processes the chosen alternative to the problem may create a dilemma between critical thinking and ethical conduct? At times it may. Many issues have to be taken into consideration. Some of these...
  • Sex And Religion At The Workplace
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    What are ethics? Ethics is the discipline of dealing with what is good and bad and with moral duty and obligation, a set of moral principles or values (Webster Dictionary, 426). Is it ethical to talk about sex and or religion at work? A lot of people would agree that it is unprofessional and unethical to discuss sex or religion at the workplace. Sex and religion are two topics, which are morally based and far too personal. What are the ground rules? Where do you draw the line? It's simple; the H...

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