Business Ethics: A Stakeholder and Issues Management by Joseph W. Weiss

By Joseph W. Weiss

Moral judgements could be complex, yet ethics classification does not must be! company ETHICS: STAKEHOLDER AND matters administration strategy, 5th version, is helping scholars "get concerned and be ready, simply because ethics is everybody's business." This easy-to-follow consultant addresses company ethics in a fashion you could comprehend. through the use of attention-grabbing, present, real-world examples and concentrating on stakeholders, this textbook can help define your individual company ethics for years yet to come, providing you with the sensible instruments you must deal with ethical dilemmas within the place of work and the area.

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Is file sharing, without limits or boundaries, stealing other people’s property? If not, what is this practice to be called? On the other hand, if file sharing continues in some type of form, and if it does help sell large numbers of labels for many artists, will this “practice” become legitimate? While the debate continues, individuals (15 years old and younger in many cases) who illegally share files also have rights as private citizens under the law, and recording companies have rights of property protection.

The dominance of AT&T before its breakup is an example of how one powerful conglomerate could control the market. Microsoft and Wal-Mart may be other examples. S. market environment can be characterized best as a “mixed economy” based on free-market mechanisms, but not limited to or explained only by them. Mixed economies rely on some governmental policies and laws for control of deficiencies and inequalities. For example, protective laws are still required, such as those governing minimum wage, antitrust situations, layoffs from plant closings, and instances of labor exploitation.

Evidently, from the findings of the National Business Ethics Survey, size matters: • Risks associated with abusive behavior and lying to employees increases with the number of employees: small companies include 2–99 employees in the survey; large companies include 100,000 or more employees. 16 These findings suggest that any useful definition of business ethics must address a range of problems in the workplace, including relationships among professionals at all levels and among corporate executives and external groups.

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