Archive for January, 2008

Ethics or Bust.

Posted on23. Jan, 2008 by .

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Michael Mifsud asked: ETHICS OR BUST How can one forget the business of those scruples and the perplexed looks in peoples faces when asked as to what they had done with them. The same goes with ethics except that it does not sound as close to other hidden possibilities as the other word does. The […]

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Business Ethics: Three Tips to Stay in Integrity with Yourself

Posted on23. Jan, 2008 by .

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Sally Rhys asked: Wow — every day seems to bring us a new story about business ethics wrongdoing! Is America headed to hell in a hand basket because of a serious lack of ethics at the highest level in American business? Or, it is just that ethical transgressions are more visible now? Or is it […]

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Business Ethics and Unethical Practices

Posted on22. Jan, 2008 by .

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Verena Veneeva asked: The study of business ethics and its implications for different stakeholders have seen tremendous growth in the past few decades. There has also been a rise in the use and development of codes of ethics and announcements for ethical practices by many firms; however companies are still criticized for their unethical practices […]

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Moral Law, Justice, and Evolution

Posted on21. Jan, 2008 by .

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Jerry Richard Boone asked: We already mentioned intelligence. Remember in the article: How Do We Account for Instinct? we divided it up into two broad categories, one of which we call instinct and the other a type of decision-making ability? We grouped the lower forms of animals into the first category and humans into the […]

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What are Business Ethics and What is Their Importance?

Posted on15. Jan, 2008 by .

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William King asked: Business ethics are a matter of much debate. Every MBA entrant is taught the meaning of them, and yet many will never follow these guidelines in their real life careers. It has become a vast and complex field, and is the subject of much research. Business ethics encompass a large and significant […]

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Ethical Search Engine Optimisation Services

Posted on12. Jan, 2008 by .

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Pradeep Gupta asked: Concerned about not getting an adequate amount of traffic to your site? Want to boost your visibility on net? One answer to all such questions! Your site needs SEO services. SEO (search engine optimization) means optimization of a site to increase its visibility & usability to search engines like google. SEO services […]

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Ethics in the Workplace

Posted on11. Jan, 2008 by .

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Natalie Rhoden asked: We’ve all heard these rules to live by: Don’t hurt, don’t steal, don’t lie, and the more famous “Do unto others as you would have done to you.” In our personal lives most people try to follow these rules. Ethics are often thought of by many as something that is related to […]

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Blue Collar Business Ethics For Your Small Business Will Provide Global Oppurtunities

Posted on07. Jan, 2008 by .

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Nick Bauer asked: I started FCP Groton in 2001 with a simple goal, to sell auto parts on EBay and our website. I had no business plan, no direction, no employees only the sources to obtain the parts and the knowledge of where to sell them. I had been selling some auto parts via my […]

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Improve the Ethics of Law Enforcement Through Ethics in Policing

Posted on01. Jan, 2008 by .

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Vikram kuamr asked: There is such a thing as improving the ethics of law enforcement within the country. This is possible through Ethics in Policing Ltd, a non-governmental and non-profit organization. EiP or Ethics in Policing has been established with the ideal to supply and support the philosophy of transparency and openness in the law […]

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