MORAL ISSUES IN BUSINESS, 13E teaches students about the current business climate’s many moral dilemmas, and provides analytical tools to resolve them. Through real-life case studies and conversations about interesting primary sources, this book is a great introduction to the topic of morality and the role of business. It covers topics such as sexual harassment, corporate responsibility, economic justice, and the ethical implications of downsizing, as well as the ethical pitfalls of capitalism.
Part III focuses on ethical dilemmas that face employees, from conflicting obligations and employee privileges to abuse of a company’s position. The book also includes articles on such topics as corporate social responsibility and whistleblowing. The book concludes with a study corner that offers a comprehensive guide to current ethical issues in business. Once you’ve completed this section, you’ll be ready for the next chapter on socially responsible business practices.
The second part of the book discusses the ethical dilemmas that employees face in their work. Included are ethical choices related to remuneration, gifts and entertainment, conflicts of interest, whistle-blowing, and ethics in the workplace. In addition, the book has numerous ethical dilemmas that involve management and the workplace. The authors cover these topics in an accessible manner, which will appeal to students of all levels.
Throughout the text, there is a discussion of ethical dilemmas that face employees, including those related to shareholder primacy and the abuse of official positions. The chapters also cover ethical problems related to whistleblowing, conflicting obligations, and ethics of sales. These chapters address ethical issues and provide solutions for the dilemmas that confront employees. This volume contains a number of case studies, which will help readers navigate the ethical challenges faced by the business world.
In addition to ethical dilemmas, the text covers a range of other practical issues that may affect your work. For example, ethical dilemmas related to the abuse of official position and the use of gifts and entertainment are discussed. The chapter on job discrimination is complex, with various moral issues related to the employment relationship between an employee and the firm. The book also includes chapters on racial discrimination and sexual harassment.
While many cases have ethical implications in business, some are more ethical than others. The book addresses the ethics of hiring and firing. For example, insider trading and whistleblowing can lead to conflicts of interest. Other topics covered in this book include the ethical responsibilities of a manager. Furthermore, this book contains a study corner and a study section. The content is rich with case studies, and readers will find it helpful to make informed decisions.
Part III, BUSINESS AND SOCIETY, has numerous case studies. In Part II, ethical dilemmas related to insider trading and foreign corrupt practices are discussed. In the third part, BUSINESS AND SOCIETY, the book covers ethical considerations related to the conduct of a business. There are also case studies on whistleblowing, and the social responsibilities of multinational companies. Its study corner is an invaluable resource for students.
In Part III, readers will learn about the ethical dilemmas facing employees in the workplace. These issues include conflicting duties, stealing from clients, and the abuse of authority. Moreover, moral considerations in business will help them determine the appropriate conduct for their organization. It is important to note that a person’s behavior can affect the firm’s reputation. A firm’s image and reputation can be affected by a morally ambiguous business decision.
The text covers the ethical choices that employees face in their careers. The authors also discuss the legal and moral issues surrounding whistleblowing, insider trading, and conflicting obligations. While there are some practical implications of these practices, the book highlights the ethical issues that must be addressed to avoid a business’s negative consequences. The text covers these ethical issues and more in Part III, which includes a study corner. This section of the textbook is especially helpful to students who need to learn about social and political values.