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Many corporations are emphasizing green technology in their operations. This often costs the company more money in terms of expenses. What are the legal and ethical implications of this?

Federal laws mandate equal opportunity employment practices. What is an example of how these practices have been either successful or unsuccessful in meeting their desired objective in the workplace?

Many states have prevailing wage laws that require government contracts pay premium wages to workers who would otherwise work for 20% to 30% less. What is the rationale for such laws? In your opinion, what is their effectiveness?

In making day-to-day business decisions, professional standards and personal ethics often complement each other. Provide an example where this is not the case. What is an example of when following professional standards could actually violate ethics?

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Many corporations are emphasizing green technology in their operations. This often costs the company more money in terms of expenses. What are the legal and ethical implications of this?

The main legal implication is that it allows the organization to comply with environmental laws and regulations and prevent any penalties or fines due to non compliance. The main ethical implication is that it allows the organization to contribute towards the betterment of society and human beings by minimizing the negative impact on the environment via its actions or activities.

Federal laws mandate equal opportunity employment practices. What ...

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Many corporations are emphasizing green technology in their operations. This often costs the company more money in terms of expenses. What are the legal and ethical implications of this?

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