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    Personal ethical standards at work in leadership

    It's great that you have set your own personal ethical standards higher than the company, because it helps you become more efficient and effective in all you do at work with helping others. And when a group is used to a leader who spoke up for them in the past, I can see where they may leave or get frustrated. Explain

    Ethical Dilemma

    You are quitting a job to take another better paying position elsewhere. The owners have hired an individual to replace you. It has come to your attention that this individual has been fired from her last job at the bank for embezzling $20,000. She has paid it back and is now on probation (you have all of the documentation to

    Legal and Ethical Issues Simulation

    Please see attachment. 400 to 430 word count . Addressing International Legal and Ethical Issues Simulation a. Using the link provided on the rEsource page, access and complete the Addressing International Legal and Ethical Issues simulation. b. Prepare a 1,050-1,750-word APA formatted paper addressing e

    Ethical Issues involved with spam mail

    Under the ethical issues I find it interesting that you mention the ability to unsubscribe to spam mail. As a company, we have been using an application in our email to filter out spam and it sends it to a holding area for us to review for any possible real email. It makes me wonder how involved some of these software programs a

    Energy Cooperative

    I would really appreciate any help that you could give me with the questions for this case study. Case # 1 - The Energy Cooperative is a non-profit organization (501C3) dedicated to: 1) Providing education to the public regarding energy information, new technology updates, monitoring viable new start-up energy com

    Supplier Relationships & Unethical Behavior: long term relationships

    1) Why would an organization be interested in developing longer-term relationships with selected suppliers? Why would a supplier be interested? What sort of activities can you conduct or encourage to foster long-term relationships? How can an organization further develop its suppliers? 2) What are the risks associated with u

    Effectively deal with multiple choice on an exam

    I am a student of the Chartered Institute of Taxation and have been trying to complete my exams. The syllabus changed this year and for the Law and Ethics exam, this has to be completed on a computer and the questions are multiple choice. There are a couple of problems with this that I do not feel multiple choice to be a g

    Legal and Ethical Implications

    Some DWI employees have opposed proposed changes in FCC regulations that will allow for more mergers overall in the print media and TV industry, permitting consolidation of up to 45% control in a geographic market prior to the FCC prohibiting further consolidation of media assets. The Editor of Consumer Reports magazine has rece

    Ethical decisions in Accounting

    The Adams Brothers have decided to obtain the loan from the bank for the $1,000,000 to start the adventure camps. Analysis of Adams Brothers Outdoor Adventures operating cash for the year shows an increase in Accounts Receivables. Further analysis reveals that a couple of the businesses' corporate clients have been very slow in

    Cardinal Technology: Firing nonvested Employees

    (Nonvested Employees?An Ethical Dilemma) Cardinal Technology recently merged with College Electronix, a computer graphics manufacturing firm. In performing a comprehensive audit of CE's accounting system, Richard Nye, internal audit manager for Cardinal Technology, discovered that the new subsidiary did not capitalize pension as

    Ethical Question

    Bad Smell Cigar Manufacturing holds a large portfolio of debt and equity securities as an investment. The fair value of the portfolio is greater than its original cost, even though some securities have decreased in value. I.M. Stinky, the financial vice president, and Irene Totheright the controller, are near year-end in the pro

    Self-esteem in the workplace

    One of the important personality factors is self-esteem. Each of us values him/herself and makes positive or negative conclusions based on his/her own self-esteem results. They affect the person's further decisions and behavior (e.g. his/her aspirations for promotion). At the same time, not all societies accept open expressio

    Unethical Business Behavior

    1. When is a company's behavior unethical but legal? 2. Further, how much information should be divulged to employees when a company knows that it will take a major, adverse action against the interests of the employees such as layoffs, reduction in salaries, outsourcing of jobs to foreign corporations, etc.? 3. Is a company

    Scott Paper Company's Root Problems and Ethical Issues.

    COMPANY: Scott Paper Company INDUSTRY: Consumer Paper Products SITUATION In late 1993, Scott Paper had tired product lines, some extraneous business ventures, and a lagging revenue stream and stock price. Scott's board of directors wanted to breathe some life into the slumbering giant. In April 1994, Albert J. Dunlap, a self-

    Leadership Impact to Unethical Behavior Among Salespeople

    Prepare a paper analyzing the factors that may lead to unethical behavior among salespeople. Specifically, please discuss ways in which company leadership can safeguard, monitor, and manage unethical behavior among its salespeople.

    Leadership and Ethical Decision Making: ECG

    It is now time for you to develop standardized ethics policies for ECG, seeking input from your peers on the Ethics Review Committee to finalize this critical document. It is important that a code of conduct be developed that comprehensively covers expected or potential ethical and other compliance matters. Key areas to be cover

    Anthem Blue Cross Ethical Issues

    In 450 to 500 words: Summary of ethical issues in article Identify basis of issue in the article http://articles.latimes.com/2009/feb/11/business/fi-bluecross11

    How to Eliminate Unethical Behavior in Reward Systems

    Your organization has a reward system for reducing safety incidents in the workplace. The system gives everyone in the company a $25 gift certificate for each month that there are no reported injuries on the job. Unfortunately, this is leading to some unethical practices. Employees are not reporting injuries and unsafe situation

    Power of Public Relations

    How can the power of Public Relations influence and change the point of view of the publics for your organization? Is the use of that power ethical?

    Issues in global procurement

    What legal and ethical issues has your organization or an organization of your choice encountered in moving to a global procurement environment? How were these issues handled? Do you agree or disagree with these choices? Why or why not?

    BSSL: Legal and Ethical Environment of Business in South American countries

    For the past ten years, BSSL has wanted to develop lucrative South American oil reserves for its exploration, drilling, refining, and transport division; BSSL's Oil Division has been limited in prior years to Siberia and the South China Sea and was precluded from entry into the oil business in Iraq by United States law and U.N.

    Describe moral and ethical issues faced by managers in terminations

    Termination Analyze the ethical and legal aspects associated with your chosen topic, addressing the following topics in your paper: 1) Describe the current moral and ethical issues faced by managers involving your selected topic. 2) Explain how the relationship between social issues and ethically responsible management pr

    Workplace Ethical Dilemma

    Examine a workplace ethical dilemma that you have either experienced personally, or that you are otherwise familiar with. You must address the following: a. The essential points of the dilemma, as you understand them; b. How this dilemma intersects with your personal values; c. How you did/would solve the dilemma and why?