- BUSINESS ETHICS COURSEBUSINESS ETHICS COURSE
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- Why Ethics MattersWhy Ethics Matters
- Why Ethics Matters - Final AssessmentWhy Ethics Matters - Final Assessment
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- Ethics from Antiquity to the PresentEthics from Antiquity to the Present
2.1. The Concept of Ethical Business in Ancient Athens
2.2. Ethical Advice for Nobles and Civil Servants in Ancient China
2.3. Comparing the Virtue Ethics of East and West
2.4. Utilitarianism: The Greatest Good for the Greatest Number
2.5. Deontology: Ethics as Duty
2.6. A Theory of Justice
- Defining and Prioritizing StakeholdersDefining and Prioritizing Stakeholders
3.1. Adopting a Stakeholder Orientation
3.2. Weighing Stakeholder Claims
3.3. Ethical Decision-Making and Prioritizing Stakeholders
3.4. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
- Three Special Stakeholders: Society, the Environment, and GovernmentThree Special Stakeholders: Society, the Environment, and Government
4.1. Corporate Law and Corporate Responsibility
4.2. Sustainability: Business and the Environment
4.3. Government and the Private Sector
- The Impact of Culture and Time on Business EthicsThe Impact of Culture and Time on Business Ethics
5.1. The Relationship between Business Ethics and Culture
5.2. Business Ethics over Time
5.3. The Influence of Geography and Religion
5.4. Are the Values Central to Business Ethics Universal?
- What Employers Owe EmployeesWhat Employers Owe Employees
6.1. The Workplace Environment and Working Conditions
6.2. What Constitutes a Fair Wage?
6.3. An Organized Workforce
6.4. Privacy in the Workplace
- What Employees Owe EmployersWhat Employees Owe Employers
7.1. Loyalty to the Company
7.2. Loyalty to the Brand and to Customers
7.3. Contributing to a Positive Work Atmosphere
7.4. Financial Integrity
7.5. Criticism of the Company and Whistleblowing
- Recognizing and Respecting the Rights of AllRecognizing and Respecting the Rights of All
8.1. Diversity and Inclusion in the Workforce
8.2. Accommodating Different Abilities and Faiths
8.3. Sexual Identification and Orientation
8.4. Income Inequalities
8.5. Animal Rights and the Implications for Business
- Professions under the MicroscopeProfessions under the Microscope
9.1. Entrepreneurship and Start-Up Culture
9.2. The Influence of Advertising
9.3. The Insurance Industry
9.4. Ethical Issues in the Provision of Health Care
- Changing Work Environments and Future TrendsChanging Work Environments and Future Trends
10.1. More Telecommuting or Less?
10.2. Workplace Campuses
10.3. Alternatives to Traditional Patterns of Work
10.4. Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, and the Workplace of the Future
- Epilogue: Why Ethics Still MatterEpilogue: Why Ethics Still Matter
11.1. Business Ethics in an Evolving Environment
11.2. Committing to an Ethical View
11.3. Becoming an Ethical Professional
11.4. Making a Difference in the Business World
11.5. End Notes
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