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Identify five specific ethical issues that 21st century ethical managers must confront.

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Identify five specific ethical issues that 21st century ethical managers must confront.

1. A big issue with multinational corporations is bribery, and other potential violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Many companies with operations in foreign countries are at a disadvantage, because bribery is the norm in those countries, but is not permitted by US corporations. Domestic companies that operate internationally are bound to the FCPA, and the government actively pursues corporations that violate the FCPA. Many large companies in recent years have been charged with FCPA violations.

See here: http://www.fcpablog.com/blog/2010/11/4/seven-companies-settle-for-2365-million-updated.html

2. HR issues, including discrimination toward specific genders, races, and ethnic backgrounds is more prevalent now more than ever. Employees are starting to speak up about discrimination, and are being encouraged to use all of the possible resources that they can, to report acts of discrimination, ...

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