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Download e-book for iPad: Business Ethics Now by Andrew Ghillyer

By Andrew Ghillyer

This e-book presents assistance to staff through taking a trip during the tough international of industrial ethics on the floor point of the association instead of flying throughout the summary ideas and philosophical arguments on the treetop point. by means of studying concerns and situations that relate on to their paintings setting (and their measure of autonomy in that environment), staff can boost a clearer feel of ways their company code of ethics pertains to operational judgements made each day.

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6. What kind of restrictions, if any, should there be on assisted suicide? Source: Jessica Pierce, Morality Play: Case Studies in Ethics (New York: McGraw-Hill, 2005). indd 20 1/25/11 6:58 PM Confirming Pages LEARNING OUTCOMES After studying this chapter, you should be able to: 1 Define the term business ethics. 2 Identify an organization’s stakeholders. 3 Discuss the position that business ethics is an oxymoron. 4 Summarize the history of business ethics. 5 Identify and propose a resolution for an ethical dilemma in your work environment.

It was a close call once or twice when she was making things to order, but the customers were never kept waiting. At the end of the week, she had all the information she needed. Sales were up—way up—the new items were a big hit. She had been able to sell everything she had made without affecting the sales of their traditional items. Now all she had to do was confess to Rick. QUESTIONS 1. Did Nancy make the right choice here? 2. What do you think Rick’s reaction will be? 3. What would the risk have been for the restaurant if they had implemented Rick’s plan and deliberately run out of the new items?

I’m in decent health—for the moment. But things are slipping. I have prostrate cancer, like just about every other man my age. It probably won’t kill me . . but having to get up and pee four or five times a night, standing over the bowl for long minutes just hoping something will come out, this might do me in. My joints are stiff, so it doesn’t really feel good to walk. I’ve got bits and pieces of skin cancer here and there that need to be removed. These things are all treatable, or so they say (there are pills to take and procedures to have done).

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