I will need assistance with the following: Prepare a response in which you explain the relationship among professional values, ethics, and career success. Address the following items in your explanation: 1. Define values and ethics. 2. Identify at least three sources of professional values and ethics. 3. Describe
What is Tennessee's accounting code of ethics? Does Tennessee's provide for accountant client privilege? What is Tennessee's position on accounting work product? What are at least 4 code violations that may result in criminal and/or civil accountant liabilities? How has the Sarbanes-Oxley Act impacted the professional and e
The milton corporation has 4 divisions: the assembly, processing, machining, and packaging division. All 4 divisions are under control of the vice president of manufacturing. Each division has a manager and several departments that are directed by supervisors. The chain of command runs downward from vice president to divisio
Discuss your thoughts and feelings about ethics and fairness in managerial decision-making. Do you believe we are becoming a less ethical nation? Why or why not.
Is it ethical for a U.S. company to simply comply with the laws of the foreign country in which it is operating? Should U.S. laws be applicable to organizations operating in a foreign country? If so, who should enforce these laws? Explain your answer.
You are a financial analyst in the corporate office of a food processing company, and you own stock in that company. Recently, you worked on an assignment during which you found out the company was going to take on additional debt and start an airline. You are thinking about selling your stock prior to the announcement. a. Wh
Please analyze the attached case Pinto Fires on ethical dilemma in the workplace, and assist with 2500 to 2,800-word paper in which you respond to the questions associated with the case. Determine all the facts: symptoms of problems, root problems, unresolved issues, roles of key players, and ethical issues involved. Analyz
What role do you think the personal morals of a CEO play in the handling of ethical problems within an organization? Do long prison sentences help to deter corporate criminals? In what way does media coverage impact ethical standards at the organizational level? Does a company's reputation impact your purchasing decision?
See the Multimedia activity on Ethics in International Business. Then read the case study about Geletx and Jed's concerns about the office in Lima, Peru. Research the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and then discuss whether this situation would be a violation of FAPA. Does this office violate the FCPA? Support your answer.
Ethics in the Workplace Case Study Action Plan and Presentation Please analyze the attached case Pinto Fires on ethical dilemma in the workplace, and assist with 2500 to 2,800-word paper in which you respond to the questions associated with the case. Determine all the facts: symptoms of problems, root problems, unresolved
Read Bank of America's newly adopted Code of Ethics on its Web site. Debate the adequacy of this code. Prepare an essay on strengths and shortcomings of the code. Also include in the essay an argument about whether or not other companies should adopt similar codes of ethics and explain why. Explain what the impact on companies,
The developement of a learning impact statement is designed to promote reflection, to document current topical importance and to promote consideration of the learning steps. Document 3-5 key areas in ethics and social responsibility that are important to you as you complete this course. Has your original thinking in related areas changed during the course? Summarize the key consideration, document your learning, identify how this area impacts you on a personal level, and project some next steps that you might take to continue learning. Minimum of 800-1000 words. I work in the legal field.
The developement of a learning impact statement is designed to promote reflection, to document current topical importance and to promote consideration of the learning steps. Document 3-5 key areas in ethics and social responsibility that are important to you as you complete this course. Has your original thinking in related
Using the Internet, or other resources locate an article discussing ethics in accounting and financial decision making. Prepare a 350-700-word review of your selected article. Address the following items in your review: 1. Briefly summarize the article. 2. Relate the article to the assigned readings for this week. 3. Discus
Jean Blacklung, president of the Smokeless Tobacco Corporation, is concerned about several large stockholders who have been very vocal lately in their criticisms of her leadership. She thinks they might mount a campaign to have her removed as the corporation's CEO. She decides that buying them out by purchasing their shares coul
Many organizations have established policies to remedy discrimination in hiring of women and minorities. Discuss whether or not you feel that affirmative action programs, reverse discrimination, and criteria of comparable worth are appropriate forms of remedy.
"Drug use is information that is rightfully private and only in exceptional cases can an employer claim a right to know about such use." Defend or oppose this statement. How is your response to this assignment consistent with the moral philosophy (GOLDEN RULE) you described in the Unit 1 discussion board assignment? Explain.
Create a fictional organization that exemplifies business ethics. The organization: Montecito Hotel and Casino. Describe current moral and ethical issues that would be faced by the organization. a) Does a formal code of ethics exist? b) What topics are included in the code of ethics? c) How is the code distributed?
Reading: ? AICPA. (2009). Sarbanes-Oxley - the basics. Retrieved on March 1, 2009 from http://thecaq.aicpa.org/Resources/Sarbanes Oxley/Sarbanes-Oxley %E2%80%93 The Basics.htm ? International Chamber of Commerce. (2009). Corporate governance. Retrieved on March 1, 2009 from http://www.iccwbo.org/corporate-governance/ Th
"When a reporter makes a mistake in a magazine article, you can run a correction; but when a health care worker makes a mistake, someone can die." 1. Reflecting on this statement, should we hold people in certain professions to higher standards of legal accountability and responsibility? 2. What are the advantages and di
Ethic Theory Table Directions: Fill in the brief definitions and sub-theories of each ethical theory, and match the real-world examples listed below the table to the corresponding theories. Finally, come up with your own workplace example that fits each theory.
Please assist with the attached table. Ethics Theory Table. Directions: Fill in the brief definitions and sub-theories of each ethical theory, and match the real-world examples listed below the table to the corresponding theories. Finally, come up with your own workplace example that fits each theory.
Please provide a introduction regarding ethics around the use of corporat resources and what to focus on?
Please assist with the listed questions. 1. How does an individual deal with living under two or more conflicting value systems? 2. What are the points that should be included in an individual code of ethics? 3. How do ethics affect the managerial decision making process? 4. How does the dimension of flexibility affe
Describe the characteristics of at least 2 elements of an ethics program. Define why you chose these aspects as the most important requirements for managing a formal business ethics program.
Why are ethics in business important? Are ethical standards different in different countries - I need at least 2 examples. Can a standard global ethical framework be developed? If yes, what challenges would it face if a firm attempted to implement it in all its global locations. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
1. Why do some countries have more corrupt business practices and lack the integrity found in other countries? What are the underlying reasons for these differences? Please be specific with some discussion. What are possible solutions to bridge the gap in the differences? 2. Facilitating payments or bribery is an accepta
Do you think a business organization in today's society benefits by defining a socially responsible role for itself? Why or Why not? Do you think society's expectations for corporate social responsibility will change in the next decade? Explain.
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
Please see the attachment. ETHICS THEORIES TABLE Directions: Fill in the brief definitions and sub-theories of each ethical theory, and match the real-world examples listed below the table to the corresponding theories. Finally, come up with your own workplace example that fits each theory. Ethical Theory Brief Definiti
9-A1, 9-A2, and 10-A1 attached. Responsibility of a Purchasing Agent Contribution Approach to Responsibility Accounting ROI and Economic Profit Calculations