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Ethics Inventory

YOUR ETHICAL PERSPECTIVE CHARACTER:You tend to base your ethical perspective on what it is good to be, rather than what it is good to do . You believe that attention to ethics should focus on the achievement of moral excellence. When asked to judge whether an individual's actions are ethical, you look beyond the actions to the

Ethics and Safety

Discuss the Role of Ethics in Creating a Safe Work Environment (200 words or more and 2 reources)

Business Ethics

Discuss in detail: 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?

Attorneys' Ethical Responsibility

Situation Your first big case is a multiple murder. As defense attorney for Sy Kopath, you have come to the realization that he really did break into a couple's home and torture and kill them in the course of robbing them of jewelry and other valuables. He has even confessed to you that he did it. However, you are also aware

Deontological and Consequential ethics consider what we ought to do.

Please discuss whether you feel that as of now your ethical position tends toward Deontological or Consequentialist Ethics. Remember that "Relativist Ethics," in which anything goes as long as the mass amount of people believe a value is good, is a radical extreme of Consequentialist Ethics, and one that would be rejected; just

EEO Regulations, Compliance, Values and Ethics

Please help me get started on this assignment. Any help will be appreciated. Thank you. a. Identify at least five EEO regulations with which your organization must comply. b. Explain how your HR department manages compliance with these regulations. c. Analyze challenges that HR faces in complying with regulations d.

Managerial Implications

OTA, Please answer the following International business law inquiries: A) You subcontract most of your manufacturing to suppliers in developing countries. What responsibility, legally and ethically, do you have to monitor conditions there? Is there any accountability? B) You are a CEO of a small privately held organiza


Dear Rahul, I assign it to you. As I have done work with you before. Pls confirm. Discuss ethical issues, legal issues, and criminal motives. In particular, discuss the differences between an unethical act and an illegal act, as well as the motivations for these acts. 300 words with proper and direct references.

ETHICS CASE: Anita is Dorchester Stores new assistant treasurer

I need help with this scenario. Anita Zurbrugg was just hired as the assistant treasurer of Dorchester Stores. The company is a specialty chain store with nine retail stores concentrated in one metropolitan area. Among other things, the payment of all invoices is centralized in one of the departments Anita will manage. Her pr

Ethics article - Employee discriminated against

In this paper, identify the ground rules manifested in the situation, as well as which ethics theories apply. What seems to be the basis of the issue? What ethical change, deficiency, or conflict brought it about? How did the organizational leadership come into play? Then, propose a plan for revising the ethical standards and th

Organizational Ethics Issue Resolution

Please help me with this assignment: Select an organization ethics issue. Based on the selected issue, apply each of the six ethical decision-making steps to your selected issue. Be sure to discuss the six distinct parts that correlate to the following items: a. Issue clarification b. Stakeholder analysis c. Values id

John Smith opened Smith Reality in January.

John Smith opened Smith Reality in January. A CPA friend advised John that the accrual basis of accounting was the most widely used method and suggested its use for Smith Realty. John decided that the accrual basis was too complicated and unnecessary for his business. John decided to use the cash basis for preparing financial

Ethics Program - Kellogg Company

Please help me with obtaining information for the Kellogg Company: Evaluate the organization's ethics program based on the following elements: 1) Code of ethics 2) Training 3) Monitoring 4) Enforcement Please provide your own input not just a list of references. Please use APA format. Th

Ethics relativism

Personal ethics are expressed in decisions and actions. Personal morals are the values that form the basis of the ethics expressed in decisions and actions. Do these definitions support or contradict the theory of ethics relativism? Explain how you have arrived at your determination. Develop an argument with premises and a

Ethics and Compliance

Obtain a copy of Walmart's annual report and SEC filings for the past two years. Prepare a 1,400-1,750-word paper in which you analyze the data in thier annual reports and SEC filings. In your analysis, be sure to address the following: 1) Assess the role of ethics and compliance in walmart's financial environment. Describe t

Specificity of a Code of Ethics

Is this Code of Ethics specific enough to identify wrong behaviors? Why or why not? Law Enforcement Code of Ethics As a Law Enforcement Officer, my fundamental duty is to serve mankind; to protect the innocent against deception, the weak against oppression or intimidation, and the peaceful against violence or diso

Difference between ethics, morals, beliefs and values

a) What is/are ethics? b) What is the difference between ethics and morals, beliefs, or values? c) What are your ethics? d) What influenced the development of your ethics? How? e) How do you manifest your ethics? Specifically, how do you manifest your ethics in your professional life? (i work in

Ethics and Audit Questions

- Write one additional audit question for each of the categories (board, staff, donors and fund raisers, clients/customers, volunteers, society) listed in the sample audit in Appendix B of your text. - Explain why each question you wrote is important to assessing an organization's ethical performance.

Accounting Philosophy - Sally and Ed

Sally and Ed are aware that discussion of the company's accounting philosophy will come up in the next board of directors meeting, and they want to have some answers. Suppose that One-Hundred-Percent Vitamin Co. is privately owned. What accounting philosophy would you recommend (conservative, lower profits or aggressive, high

Ethics, Business and Totalitarian Countries

Debate the ethics of doing business in countries with totalitarian governments. Comment on opposing arguments, looking for holes and inconsistencies. Attempt to answer any arguments that are presented against your side of the argument. Explain the impact of culture on business activities around the world.