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Ethical and Socially Responsible Perspectives in an Organization

1.) What must an organization consider from an ethical and socially responsible perspective before deciding to expand operations in other countries? How might an organization be considered ethical and socially responsible in its home country but not in the new country where thay expanded operations? How might an organization balance varying views of ethical standards across cultures? Provide an example of a business currently addressing this issue.

2.) If your company plans to expand operations in a country known for its human rights violations and sweatshop labor practices, what might you do to assure the media that the organization is committed to fair wages an running an honest, ethical factory? Would you coinsider choosing to open the factory elsewhere to prevent the media attaching the company's name to other companies that have abused and exploited the workers for cheap labor? Why would you make this choice? hide problem

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What must an organization consider from an ethical and socially responsible perspective before deciding to expand operations in other countries? How might an organization be considered ethical and socially responsible in its home country but not in the new country where thay expanded operations? How might an organization balance varying views of ethical standards across cultures? Provide an example of a business currently addressing this issue.

2.) If your company plans to expand operations in a country known for its human rights violations and sweatshop labor practices, what might you do to assure the media that the organization is committed to fair wages an running an honest, ethical factory? Would you coinsider choosing to open the factory elsewhere to prevent the media attaching the company's name to other companies that have abused and exploited the workers for cheap labor? Why would you make this choice?

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What must an organization consider from an ethical and socially responsible perspective before deciding to expand operations in other countries?

There are several points to take into consideration. Based on the nature of the operations, management needs to almost begin ...

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What must an organization consider from an ethical and socially responsible perspective before deciding to expand operations in other countries? How might an organization be considered ethical and socially responsible in its home country but not in the new country where thay expanded operations? How might an organization balance varying views of ethical standards across cultures? Provide an example of a business currently addressing this issue.

2.) If your company plans to expand operations in a country known for its human rights violations and sweatshop labor practices, what might you do to assure the media that the organization is committed to fair wages an running an honest, ethical factory? Would you coinsider choosing to open the factory elsewhere to prevent the media attaching the company's name to other companies that have abused and exploited the workers for cheap labor? Why would you make this choice?

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