Ethics Across Culture

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Cultural diversity in the workplace is a challenge, and a job that the very people the rules are supposed to protect misuse. People hired will always have different cultural and ethical backgrounds. More the than the color of an individual’s skin form their culture and ethics. They arrive from dissimilar countries, states, regions, and neighborhoods. They will be of different genders and social backgrounds. Cultural diversity in the workplace can help progress the company’s aggressive spot in the marketplace. Promotional agenda presently gears toward individual ethnic groups. For example, the changes that have come to large box supplies such as Wal-Mart and Target, believed that what sold well in places like Green Bay, Wisconsin and Seattle, Washington would sell just as well in San Antonio, Texas, and San Diego, California. They did not think about the real customers in those areas. (Miller, Business Training Media, Inc.) Each person wants the same possessions right? So all their stores were shipped the similar possessions. Well they have since woken up to the truth. Diverse cultures demand different products! Many of the largest chain stores in the world have given stores the capability and assets to buy in the vicinity. Cultural diversity in the workplace is a response to the need to recognize value and capitalize on the special backgrounds in our society in terms of race, ethnicity, and gender. Cultural diversity in every day exposes us whether conscious or not, from what you watch on TV, where you shop, and the places you vacation. (Miller, Business Training Media, Inc.)

Personal Values

Personal values are those values that are most significant to you, those values that must be true for you to lead a happy and fulfilled life. Your values are also those morals that truly inspire you. When living in accord with personal values, life is rewarding and enjoyable. (John, 2006)

Morals are not set in stone, they usually do not change...
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