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From the point of view of maximizing profits or the theory of individualism, each company must take into account human rights and the law when recording profits. In this … Moral arguments for why a company should actively promote the betterment of society and act in a way that benefits all its stakeholders Claims that (1) many of the same standards of what is ethical and unethical, resonate among the peoples of most societies despite local traditions and cultural norms and (2) to the extent that there is a moral convergence Common on fair and false acts, common ethical standards can be used to assess employee behaviour in companies operating in many country markets, and cultural circumstances define the beliefs of an environmental sustainable development strategy consisting of the conscious action of a company in favor of the ethics of executives and the way they are influenced by their morale plays an important role in the decisions of the company. Ethical Relativism Standards and ethical beliefs of… Conceptions of good and evil, just and unjust, moral and immoral, ethical and unethical D) Principles of good and evil in assessing the ethical correctness of corporate behaviour. E) principles enshrined in international law, which all societies and countries must respect. A. the penetration of immoral and amoral businessmen. For example, the excessive pursuit of personal profit, wealth and other selfish interests.

C. a corporate culture that puts profitability and good business performance above ethical behaviour. D. strong pressure on business leaders to meet or exceed earnings targets. E. All of this. A) Standards of what constitutes ethical and unethical behaviour in sometimes universal business situations, but essentially governed by local business standards. Visible costs incurred by businesses and imposed for ethical misconduct may include A. starting with managers who are themselves strong (for example, who are honest, have integrity and who really care about how they run a company`s business).

B. begins with executives discussing the company`s stated values. C. involves managers with high ethical principles and ethical standards, who are committed to a code of ethics and high ethical compliance, and who feel genuinely committed to certain corporate values and practices. D. Starts with managers who understand that there is a big difference between the adoption of values and codes of ethics that simply end as a window washer and those who actually feel the white lines of a company`s actual strategy and business conduct.

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