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American Red Cross

The American Red Cross (ARC) Apinya Rakklang Professor Afraa Al Bahrani Ethics and Advocacy for HR Professionals-HRM522 January 27, 2013 Determine the impact of this event on ARC’s “benefit of business ethics” (employee commitment, investor loyalty, customer satisfaction, and bottom line). The American Red Cross is classified as a not-for-profit charitable organization whose mission is dedicated to providing services to those in need. It plays important roles in society by placing...

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The American Red Cross

The American Red Cross English 1A The American Red Cross provides care and hope to those in need. Gracious volunteers and donors have helped victims in disasters such as earthquakes, tsunamis, tornadoes, hazardous material spills, floods, transportation accidents, and hurricanes, as well as provided blood to those who desperately need it, and given hope and love to families with a member in the military. People rely on The Red Cross to help them in their time of great need. Suffering is the...

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The American Red Cross (ARC)

The American Red Cross Dr. Siri Haveni Human Resource Management Ethics and Advocacy for HR Pro January 20, 2014 Determine the impact of this event on ARC’s “benefits of business ethics” (employee commitment, investor loyalty, customer satisfaction, and bottom line). The American Red Cross was founded by Clara Barton in 1881. Barton, a civil war nurse, was credited with establishing the early works of what is currently known as the American Red...

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American Red Cross

 Assignment #1- The American Red Cross (ARC) Brittany Jackson April 28, 2009 Ethics and Advocacy - HRM 522 Dr. Stone Assignment #1 - The American Red Cross (ARC) 1. Determine the impact of this event on ARC’s “benefits of business ethics” (employee commitment, investor loyalty, customer satisfaction, and bottom line). This event has had a major impact on the American Red Cross Association’s business ethics. Often times, employees join organizations because...

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American Red Cross - 1

Abstract As part of a worldwide movement the American Red Cross offers care and hope to victims of war, poverty and natural disasters, and, as such it is with great anticipation that I will undertake the task of researching from various sources, and presenting its history, philosophy, mission, vision and value statement. Among this, I will briefly describe the culture of the organization, noting whether the organization’s espoused values align with its enacted values. I will also address the...

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The American Red Cross (ARC)

 The American Red Cross (ARC) Tyneca M. Allen Dr. Jack Huddleston HRM 522 January 26, 2014 Determine the impact of this event on ARC’s “benefits of business ethics” (employee commitment, investor loyalty, customer satisfaction, and bottom line). The impact of this event on ARC’s “benefits of business ethics” (employee commitment, investor loyalty, customer satisfaction, and bottom line) in short, a stakeholder obligation to fulfill its charter’s expectations and deliver these...

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The American Red Cross

1. Explain the possible problems in the ethical culture of the Red Cross that created the issues discussed in this case. Ethical culture can be viewed as the character or decision making process the employees use to determine whether their responses to ethical issues are right or wrong. Ethical culture is driven by top management. The problems began with American Red Cross when the organization started to see a high rate of turnover in the executive level. The frequent executive turnover significantly...

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American Red Cross

The American Red Cross Summary The American Red Cross (ARC) is an independent organization, supported by public financial donations and volunteerism. It provides relief to victims of disasters and help people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies. The company has been widely criticized for the way it handled 9/11 in 2001 and Hurricane Katrina in 2005 as being inadequate and poorly managed. The company has allegations of fraud, bribery and even theft on the part of volunteers and employees...

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Red Cross

Running head: THE AMERICAN RED CROSS The American Red Cross Dr. Victor Oladapo Ethics and Advocacy for HR Professional The American Red Cross 1. Determine impact of this event on ARC’s “benefits of business ethics” (employee commitment, investor loyalty, customer satisfaction the, and bottom line). Ferrell and Fraedrich (2011) states that, “business ethics relates to rules, standards, and moral principles regarding what is right or wrong in specific...

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American Red Cross- Basic History/Overview

The American Red Cross is a non-profit organization supported solely off of financial donations and volunteers (community). Red Cross mission is to “provide relief to victims to victims of disasters and help people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies. Red Cross was founded in 1881 by Clara Barton. Who was inspired by the Red Cross during the Prussian War. She first implemented what she had experience over in Europe in the U.S. during the Spanish American War in the 1898. The Red Cross...

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