The Thesis That Common Moral Agreement About Right And Wrong Actions And Behaviors

Companies that implement a compliance mode usually do things such as A) make the company`s code of ethics a visible and regular part of communication with employees. B) Ethics training programs and the awarding of ethical distinctions to employees for outstanding efforts to create an ethical climate and improve ethical performance. (C) appointment of a head of school or an ethics mediator to provide ethics advice and/or establish formal procedures to investigate allegations of ethical breaches. D) conduct ethics audits to measure and document compliance. E) All of this. Has. The concepts of what constitutes ethical behavior and unethical behavior are dictated by subjectively demonstrable moral principles, but not by objectively demonstrable moral principles. B. The concepts of good and false are universal within countries/societies, but not transnational or cultural. C. The concepts of what is ethical and what is unethical are universal and absolute and leave no room for deviation from one country to another or circumstances. D.

As there is a common moral consensus on right and wrong actions and behaviors in several cultures and countries, there are a number of universal ethical norms according to which all societies, corporations and individuals can be brought to justice. E. All societies and countries have an obligation to apply ethical principles of good and evil universally defined in the Global Code of Ethics of 150 nations of the world. Answer The strength of the beliefs that gave the moral argument for an ethical strategy A. leaders who have a strong character themselves (for example, who are honest, who have integrity, and who really care about how they run the affairs of a company). B. starts with leaders who show the company`s stated values. C. includes leaders with high ethical principles and standards who uphold a code of business ethics and strong ethical compliance and who are genuinely committed to certain business values and practices.

D. starts with managers who understand that there is a big difference between accepting statements of values and ethical codes that only serve as window decoration and those that really draw the white lines of a company`s actual strategy and business behavior. E. All of this. Which of the following points is not a particularly valid or valid reason why a company`s strategy should be ethical? One. An unethical strategy poorly reflects the character of the employees involved in the company. B. Most shareholders think it`s honorable for their company to adopt an ethical strategy (even if it usually means less profit) and are discouraged by the company`s efforts to make greater profits through unethical means. C. An ethical strategy is in the interest of shareholders, on the one hand because an unethical strategy can damage a company`s reputation and, on the other hand, because unethical behaviour in terms of fines and penalties, legal and investigative fees, customer delay and lower employee morale can be very costly.

D. Customers avoid companies known for their shady behavior and ethically upright corporate employees are rejected by a work environment in which unethical behavior is tolerated. E. A totally or partially unethical strategy is morally wrong. . . .