Introduction To Business Ethics And Social Responsibility

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  • Introduction To Business Ethics And Social Responsibility

    1. 1. BA 101 Introduction to Business 2. Ethics and Social Responsibility
    2. 2. What is Ethical Behavior? Competing Fairly and Honestly Communicating Truthfully Not Harming Others
    3. 3. Factors Influencing Ethical Behavior Cultural Differences Knowledge Corporate Behavior Reporting Systems
    4. 4. Ethical Situations Ethical Dilemma Ethical Lapse
    5. 5. Early 20 th Century Middle 20 th Century Early 21 st Century Maximize Profits Provide Jobs and Pay Taxes Balance Ethics and Profits Social Responsibility in Business
    6. 6. Balancing Business and Stakeholders’ Rights Business Safe Products Product Choice Consumers Informed Purchase Employees Equity Health & Safety Investors Profits Fair Disclosure Society Clean Environment
    7. 7. Corporate Social Responsibility Social Audits Cause-Related Marketing Philanthropy Recycling Programs Medical Research Worthy Causes Charities Humanitarian Aid Education
    8. 8. Responsibility to Society and the Environment Natural Resources and Pollution Environmental Activism Business Environment Consumers
    9. 9. Pervasiveness of Pollution Industrial Discharges Vehicle Emissions Chemical Spills
    10. 10. Business Efforts to Reduce Pollution Environmental Issues Environmental Staff Performance Expectations Performance Rewards Long-Term Cost Product Development Supplier Expectations Training and Awareness
    11. 11. Responsibility Toward Consumers <ul><li>Freedom of Choice </li></ul><ul><li>Right to Be Heard </li></ul><ul><li>Accurate Information </li></ul><ul><li>Product Safety </li></ul>
    12. 12. Responsibility Toward Investors Fair Profit Distribution Ethical Behavior Social Responsibility
    13. 13. Responsibility Toward Employees Equal Employment Opportunity Affirmative Action Occupational Health and Safety Americans with Disabilities Act
    14. 14. Global Ethics and Social Responsibility Bribery Environmental Abuse Unscrupulous Business Practices

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