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    Provide your actual ethics policy proposal for GreatestColas' Eastern Europe division, as well as your strategy for ethics education for your division. Set forth legal/ethical international business practices.

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    Ethics Policy Proposal Now it is time to put all of your research and analysis together for the Board of Directors of GreatestColas and provide your actual ethics policy proposal for GreatestColas' Eastern Europe division, as well as your strategy for ethics education for your division. This should be a succinct 3-4 pages, but it needs to set forth legal/ethical international business practices and be applicable to all areas in the Scenario.

    Business ethics is the branch of ethics that examines ethical rules and principles within a commercial context; the various moral or ethical problems that can arise in a business setting; and any special duties or obligations that apply to persons who are engaged in commerce. (Indiainfoline) Some of the variables considered by Business Ethics are:
    ? Environment
    ? Community relations
    ? Employee relations
    ? Share holders
    ? Customer relations
    ? Minorities and Women
    The Greater Colas can apply business ethics by having good corporate governance.
    Corporate Governance is all about promoting Corporate Fairness, Transparency and Accountability. Self-regulation for the industry is an important step towards becoming more efficient and socially responsible. All parties to corporate governance have an interest, whether direct or indirect, in the effective performance of the organization. Directors, workers and management receive salaries, benefits and reputation; whilst shareholders receive capital return. Customers receive goods and services; suppliers receive compensation for their goods or services. In return these individuals provide value in the form of natural, human, social and other forms of capital. Hence it is clearly good that businesses should seek to minimize their negative social and environmental impact resulting from their ...

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    1010 words sets forth legal/ethical business practices for a global company.

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