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Ethical Issues on Toyota

By | Jan. 2011
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M. Rahim Ejaz

Learn How to Conduct Business Ethically

What is the importance of business ethics?
Business ethics reflect the behavior of a business firm with rest of the world. The dealing of a business house with its consumers, rivals, associated firms and every other body defines its business ethics to be good or bad. The history has many instances, where renowned business brands lost their reputation and were fined for following undesirable business manners. These ethics can help a business to grow and remain in healthy competition, though today’s competitive world is discouraging small and big business brands to remain ethical. With WSI business opportunity, you can learn methods of becoming sue.

What we have learnt from the course of Business Ethics?
Course Description: Business ethics is an important part of any industry. Students or managers, unfamiliar with many ethical challenges, behaviors, or regulations will find themselves struggling in business industries that include finance, accounting or human resource management, marketing and retail. Today's managers must necessarily concern themselves with ethical issues, because unethical behavior creates legal risks and damage to businesses as well as employees and consumers. Business ethics have become an integral part of business education in general. A student or manager who is well-versed in ethical behavior in practices, not only in the domestic market but internationally, will find him or herself better prepared to deal with issues or situations that may arise that don't always involve easy answers or decisions. Each one of us, from the individual consumer to the CEO of an international corporation, is affected in some way by business ethics during the course of his or her life. Therefore, everyone has a stake in the ramifications resulting from unethical business decisions. This business ethics course offers an introduction into the concept of values, morality, as well as cultural beliefs...

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