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ii) Activities in order to create awareness
Business ethicists always ask, ‘’what is right and wrong, good and bad, harmful and beneficial regarding decision and actions in organisational transactions?” Ethical solutions to business and organisational problems may have more than one alternative, and sometimes no right solution may seem available. Learning to think, reason, and act ethically can enable us to first be aware of and recognize a potential ethical problem. Then we can evaluate values, assumptions, and judgement regarding the problem before we act. Ethics concern an individual moral judgement about right and wrong. Decisions taken within an organisation may be made by individuals or groups, but whoever makes them will be influenced by the culture of the company. Ethical behaviour and corporate social responsibility can bring significant benefits to a business. Due to this reason, ethic is important. We must to create among all staffs regarding the importance of ethics at the workplace through some activities. Firstly, we should create training. Training is an organised activity aimed at imparting information or instructions to improve. People can learn new information, relearn and reinforce existing knowledge and skills, and most importantly have time to think and consider what new options can help them improve their effectiveness at work. This training must be considered about important of ethics. For example, the advantages of ethical behaviour and disadvantages of unethical behaviour. Moreover, through some cases of the other companies, we can know what is the success and failure of doing ethical behaviour or unethical behaviour. This is good for remind them ethic is important. Furthermore, we shall be added work activity in this training. Created 3 to 4 groups are needed. Each group write their own definition of work ethics and share with the rest of the group. Discuss the similarities and differences between group definitions as well as a...