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Julia Rawyler
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Fenster schliessen

Please fill in the missing part in a manner consistent with business ethics.

The point at which a lie becomes unethical in business is based on the  _____ of the statement and its _____ to distort the truth.

nature, power

context, intent

content, ability

degree of falsehood, power

length, intent


p. 70
Fenster schliessen

Which of the following was developed in the 1980s to guide corporate support for ethical conduct by establishing a method for discussing best practices?

Federal Sentencing Guidelines for Organizations

Defense Industry Initiative on Business Ethics and Conduct

Corporate codes of conduct

United States Sentencing Commission

MERCOSUR


Chapter 1, p. 12
Fenster schliessen

When a commercial states that a product is superior to any other on the market, the marketer risks accusations of

concealed facts.

false labeling.

deceptive advertising.

concealed facts.

puffery.


Chapter 3, p. 78
Fenster schliessen

Time theft is the most commonly observed type of misconduct.


Chapter 3, Check your EQ
Yes

No


The most observed form of misconduct in Table 3-1 is misuse of company time
Fenster schliessen

Which of the following is not one of the rights spelled out by John F. Kennedy in his "Consumers' Bill of Rights"?

The right to choose

The right to safety

The right to be informed

The right to be ethical

The right to be heard


Chapter 1, p. 10
Fenster schliessen

Key ethical issues in an organization relate to fraud, discrimination, honesty and fairness, conflicts of interest, and privacy.


Chapter 3, Check your EQ
Yes

No


Fraud, discrimination, honesty and fairness, conflicts of interest, and privacy are key ethical issues that businesses face
Fenster schliessen

Please fill in the missing part in a manner consistent with business ethics.

A(n) _____ orientation creates order by requiring that employees identify with and commit to specific required conduct, whereas a(n) _____ orientation strives to develop shared standards.

obedience; values

compliance; values

legal; values

values; compliance

values; obedience


pp. 222-223
Fenster schliessen

The perceived relevance or importance of an ethical issue to the individual, work group, or organization is

organizational culture.

immediate job context.

ethical issue intensity.

leadership.

locus of control.


Chapter 5