April 16, 2012
Ethical and Moral Issues in Business
In an aggressive business world where employees are to carry, and conduct them self’s in a professional manner. The conduct from an employee can rate on several levels. There is a level of business ethics and morals, and a level within a person’s personal statute. Within a business there is a fine line between personal ethics and personal ethics. Even though personal ethics and morals are related in some way within an individual character, morals, and ethics are also applied in the business world. An explanation of business ethics focuses on the conduct through principles, expectations, and norms, which governs an individual person or group. Ethics also stresses on a level with the social system were morals are applied. Without adequate morals to influence ethical behavior at work employees come upon concerns and issues that affect the way employees will perform and behave at their work (De George, 2010).
The differentiation between moral issues and ethical issues is how a person’s conducts his or her character and behavior in a working environment. As part of a business, moral issues are an employee’s misconduct in the workplace. Business is a part of human activities where employees receive an evaluation on his or her activity. In a business environment a moral background is an activity, which receives an evaluation from the employers. If this moral activity is not a practice an employee is performing in an immoral behavior and can place the employee at risk for termination. Immorality is present in an organization just as it exists in other aspects in a person’s life. When an employee does not follow standards, or disregards ethical guidelines he or she is at level of risk. Ethical issues pertain to when an employee may fall out of the guidelines and perform in an unprofessional way. As a business employers employees these...