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Define Business Ethics

Comprises organizational principles, values, and norms that may originate from individuals, organizational statements, or from the legal system that primarily guide individual and group behavior in business

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When do ethical decisions occur?

when accepted rules no longer serve and decision makers must weigh values and reach a judgment

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Define these 3 words:
a) Morals

b) Principles

c) Values

a) Refer to a person’s personal philosophies about what is right or wrong

b) Specific and pervasive boundaries for behavior that should not be violated

c) Enduring beliefs and ideals that are socially enforced

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Name examples for misconduct inthe workplace.

Misuse of company resources

Abusive behavior

Harassment

Accounting fraud

Conflicts of interest


Defective products

Bribery

Employee theft

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Name the 4 principles of JFKs Consumer Bill of Rights.

Right

to safety

to be informed

to choose

to be heard

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What was the goal of the Corporate social responsibility?

an organization’s obligation to maximize positive impact and minimize negative impact on stakeholders

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Name three goals of The Federal Sentencing Guidelines for Organizations (FSGO) in 1991 and name on which initiative it was founded.

- Set tone for compliance

- Preventative actions against misconduct

- A company could avoid/minimize potential penalties

 

Defense Industry Initiative on Business Ethics and Conduct (DII)

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What was the goal of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (2002)?

Increased accounting regulations