Elaine Shumate has been working for GSM, a pharmaceutical research company, for more than seven years. It is her first job since finishing her graduate work in molecular biology, and her performance evaluations have been exemplary. She has received increasing responsibility as opportunities have become available at GSM. Unfortun
Ethics includes the moral values, beliefs, and rules that establish the right or appropriate ways in which one person or stakeholder group should interact with another. Describe how organizational ethics is a product of societal, professional, and individual ethics, and explain what happens when ethical behavior is compromised.
Describe your organization in terms of the following: o How open do you believe communication is? o Do you believe you currently have a supportive or defensive communications climate or some combination of both? In what way is this climate illustrated? o What role do managers in your organization play in determining and
Describe how professional values and ethics can influence career success.
It is the responsibility of management to apply accounting standards when communicating with investors and creditors through financial statements. Another group, auditors, serves as an independent intermediary to help ensure that management has in fact appropriately applies GAAP in preparing the company's financial statements.
Sam invested $100,000 in TechCo, a startup high technology venture. Four years ago Techno declared bankruptcy. Sam wrote off his $100,000 in worthless securities as long-term capital loss. This year, Sam receives a $40,000 from the bankruptcy trustee in final settlement of the TechCo's affairs. Sam now realizes he should n
See attached case file. What responsibilities does the HR department of a company have? What specific actions should Jane Rintoul take? OPERATION MANAGER: IAN HAMILTOM SHIFT SUPERVISORS: BRENDAN WRIGHT, TYSON COLLINS JOB-SCHEDULES PLANNER: TERRY JACOBS JOB SCHEDULES COORDINATOR: PETER VIJUC As Jane Rintoul, attemp
Need a historical example of an ethical dilemma that deals with global business.
The Big Business of the Olympics and Bribery LEAD STORY-DATELINE: The Washington Post, January 15, 1999. Salt Lake City and the state of Utah are considered synonymous with the Mormon Church and the morality that flows from religious pursuits. A recent bribery scandal relating to Salt Lake City's successful bid to host the
Provide an example of an ethical situation you encountered in the workplace and how you reacted. How did your behavior compliment or contradict your Ethical Awareness Inventory?
An upcoming meeting with your new company's chief executive officer (CEO) and other executives is a great opportunity for you to share your knowledge of potentially defective products being sold to customers. You are not sure if others are aware of this issue, and the defective products could possibly lead to serious injuries. T
What is the difference between unethical and unlawful behavior? What does an ethics officer do?
During 2002, Enron corporation hid large liabilities from its balance sheet. Worldcom admitted to recording expenses as assets. Both companies tried to improve their financial appearance by window-dressing their financial statements. Is this an ethical issue? If yes, what is the ethical issue? Do research on these two companies.
If you were tasked with developing a code of ethics for your organization, what process would you use? What things would you include? Explain why you selected these items.
How would you explain the following: 1. Implementing Ethics Code 2. Employee reactions to Ethics Code 3. Impact of Ethics Code on the Organization
What aspects of organizational ethics do you agree or disagree with and why? How might ethics hinder the bottom line? How might ethics benefit the bottom line?
Think of a company with which you are familiar. What issues of social responsibility must that company address? What consequences might company face if those issues are not addressed?
Please see attached case study. Questions 1) Many employees in sweatshops, having come from jobs that pay even less and offer no benefits or security, see employment in a sweatshop as a means to a better life. What rights do human rights advocates from developed countries have to oppose the use of sweatshops by foreign f
Write a recommendation for both the Energy Cooperative and the Clean Power Company. Your recommendations should include: 1. A statement of the ethical concerns in each case 2. How it will affect the stakeholders in each case 3. At least 3 specific references to material to support each rec
What are business ethics? Explain at least three ethical issues within today's business environment that affect your community and organization.
Please see that attached file. Provide some discussion points regarding the analysis of the Ethics Awareness Inventory attached.
This detailed solution consists of 1052 words and 5 references in APA format. Regarding ethics -utilitarian principles, affirmative action, and discrimination.
This response describes in detail the utilitarian principle, affirmative action and employment discrimination.
Ethical behavior, drug use in the work place with examples and stats.
Defining ethical behaviors, specifically bribes with given examples.
Please list 7-10 ethical issues Germany faces with Thermoplastic Elastomers.
1. Heineman, Jr., B.W. (2007) Avoiding Integrity Landmines Harvard Business Review; Apr2007, Vol. 85 Issue 4, p100-108, 9p, 3 Illustrations Article Brief "The author presents his personal experiences serving at General Electric Company as chief legal officer for nearly 20 years in a discussion of corporate ethics. Examples include a GE manager in an emerging nation who was fired for failing to conduct required diligence on dubious third-party distributors. Also cited are two executives who were fired from GE for permitting a culture of ethical indifference to exist in their respective business units, even though neither did anything personallyunethical. The author cites GE's response to the Enron, WorldCom, and Parmalat scandals, and the emergence of the "aiding and abetting" theory that was leading to huge liabilities. The author provides a set of tools that companies should adopt in order to create a climate of high ethical standards. INSET: The Business Case in Brief." (Heineman, 2007).
1. Heineman, Jr., B.W. (2007) Avoiding Integrity Landmines Harvard Business Review; Apr2007, Vol. 85 Issue 4, p100-108, 9p, 3 Illustrations Article Brief "The author presents his personal experiences serving at General Electric Company as chief legal officer for nearly 20 years in a discussion of corporate ethics. Examples i
What is America's global responsibility to help end poverty and disease in other countries? What is our responsibility to deal with the environmental problems across the globe?
1) What types of ethical issues has your company, or a company with which you are familiar, faced in doing business internationally? Include text concepts that relate to your example. 2) How are/were these ethical issues handled? 3) What are ethical and socially responsible issues that may be implied in the global perspec
Provide an example of this principle as applied to your company or a company in the news. Describe how the business code of conduct and/or the Board of Directors mitigate these risks
Some individuals who are engaged in international business transactions have reported a cultural component to ethics. You are working on opening a branch of a food distribution operation in a foreign country, and a local official suggests that a little cash would help your company get started. Research international business