You are the assistant controller in charge of general ledger accounting at Riverside Bottling Company. Your company has a large loan from an insurance company. The loan agreement requires that the company's cash account balance be maintained at $200,000 or more, as reported monthly. At June 30 the cash balance is $80,000, whi
9-A1, 9-A2, and 10-A1 attached. Responsibility of a Purchasing Agent Contribution Approach to Responsibility Accounting ROI and Economic Profit Calculations
Please help with the following problem found in the textbook: Business Law: The Ethical, Global, and E-Commerce Environment 13th edition written by Jane Mallor, A. James Barnes, Thomas Bowers, and Arlen W. Langvardt (2007). Please answer question in detail.
How leaders handle ethics in the organization and what they must do to ensure that the stakeholders in the workplace act in an ethical manner.
Discuss the guidelines for tackling downsizing within an organization. Also, explain the legal considerations when deciding who to include in a downsizing effort.
Are U.S. ethical standards applicable worldwide? Explain your answer and provide examples. What are the consequences of failure to incorporate ethical considerations into global planning?
In approx. 700 to 1,050-word paper in which you explain the relationship among professional values, ethics, and career success. Address the following items in your explanation: Define values and ethics. Identify at least three sources of professional values and ethics. Describe how professional values and ethics can impact
Jerry is one of two partners who owns a chain of twenty-four family style restaurants in the Northeast. The restaurants have a reputation for serving high quality food at reasonable prices. Since the opening of the first restaurant thirty-five years ago, the restaurants have built up a loyal clientle. However, many of the cus
A. Choose one of the following topics with which you have had experience: 1) Hiring 2) Work assignments 3) Performance evaluations 4) Discipline 5) Termination 6) Diversity 7) Harassment 8) Family and personal issues 9) Manager as a role model b. Prepare a 1,050- t
Please help me explain at least four ethical issues within today's business environment that impact your community and healthcare. Please include any references used.
How are business ethics developed? Explain your answer...
1. If the predetermined overhead allocation rate is 85% of direct labor cost, and the Polishing Department's direct labor cost for the reporting period is $20,000, the following entry would be made to record the allocation of overhead to the products processed in this department: Factory Overhead 1
Former WorldCom CEO Bernard Ebbers, as is the fashion among indicted chief execs nowadays, tried to paint himself as hopelessly clueless about the $11 billion accounting scandal that engulfed his company and devastated shareholders. In the end, jurors placed more stock in the testimony of Scott Sullivan, WorldCom's former chief
1. Generally speaking, why is business ethics important? 2. What should be the primary focus of business ethics, and why is this so? 3. Is it necessary for everyone in a business organization to fully understand and practice sound business ethics all the time? Why or why not? Professional Development 1. Set forth
Explain the following key concepts and terminology: 1) Organizational culture and behavior 2) Diversity 3) Communication 4) Business Ethics 5) Change Management
Determine the most important responsibility of the detective in a criminal investigation. It is difficult to identify one aspect of the job as the most important because of the diversity and complexity of duties in an investigation. Post your thoughts and rationale on the Discussion Board. What are your thoughts regarding
The Promotion and Advertising Department at JeffStreet Corporation coordinates point of purchase promotions for its distributors. Employees of this department are graphic arts or marketing majors who develop campaign materials and conduct market research. The department does not collect any revenue for these services. The depart
Analyze the importance of ethics in the workplace. Examine ethics in general and ethics in the workplace.
You have researched ethics and identified determinants that influence the decision making process. Choose a current event that displays ethical behavior and another current event that displays unethical behavior.You are required to provide a thorough discussion for each current event and explain why the behavior was ethical and/
Two four-year-olds are playing in a sandbox. The little boy says to the little girl, "I'll give you a pear if you take off your panties." The girl doesn't quite know what to do about that, so she goes into the house to tell her mother. Mother asks what she did when he said that, and the little girl said, "I didn't take off my pa
Can you help me get started with this assignment? Name some research practices that are of questionable ethics. Explain why you think they are questionable. Be sure to focus on Research Ethics. Important Note: Please support your answer with external sources. The support must include all of the appropriate elements as ide
Would you agree with Global Standards not American Standards regarding ethics in the global business environment? Elaborate your answer.
As you begin to develop standardized ethics policies for ECG, it is important to fully understand the regulatory environment in which the organization operates. You should keep the following factors in mind: - the industries served by ECG (now and potentially in the near future) - its practice areas - the detailed insider
1. Define ethics. 2. Define business ethics. 3. Define Code of Ethics. 4. How can ethics be maintained in the workplace? 5. State some examples of ethical and unethical business practices.
Please visit the following website (hold down the CTRL key to open the link in a new tab or page): http://www.businessweek.com/managing/content/feb2008/ca20080212_394828.htm?chan=search Briefly describe what this article says about ethics in the global business environment. Define the term "situation ethics." Do you beli
(1) Do you advise your present employer? (2) Do you go with your boss when he leaves? (3) Is there any middle ground here? Provide a detailed evaluation of the possible alternatives and explain any assumptions made with regard to the scenario. Hypothetical situation: You work at Allegiance Commercial Real Estate Servic
18. A competitive environment means that organizations will be a. producing increasingly high-volume, low-variety products and services. b. focused internally on efficiency. c. viewing their actions independent of competitors, suppliers and customers. d. managing cause and effect linkages to customer satisfaction. 21. W
Mobile Computer Company: When should the advance convention-related payments be recorded as expense in the accounting records. The discussion centers around the ethics of recording the expenses in July as opposed to September when the convention is held.
In less than a generation, technology has changed the way we think, how we spend our free time, how we learn, and how we do our jobs. These changes have come about primarily because of the low cost of technology and the emergence of high-speed data communication. These rapid changes have had significant impact on societal custo
Code of Ethics Paper Perform an Internet search for your state's accounting code of ethics. Prepare an evaluation of the code. Answer the following questions in your evaluation: a. Does your state(Illinois) provide for accountant client privilege? b. What is your state's position on accounting work product? c. What a