The Running Head: Ethical Behavior Of The Company JDT2 Task 2 Course Mentors: Rebecca Melton, Jimmy Jewell, Colleen Mills, Tracie Shepherd January 30, 2014 Ethical Decisions Of The Company Report To: CEO of the company From: Antra Hood, Elementary Division Manager Date: January 29, 2014 In Reference: Matter and ethical decision pertaining to the toy metal whistle test Business ethics is a combination of moral behavior between an individual and a company conducting business on daily basis. Business ethics are focused on various moral or ethical problems that may arise at any time in the business environment. Recently the quality assurance department discovered a problem with a toy metal whistle. The quality assurance department identified that the traces of lead (Pb) in whistles are slightly higher than legally acceptable limits in the U.S. A large shipment of the product is ready to be sent to a school in South America. To reproduce and repackage whistles to meet the U.S. standards will cost company $100,000.
Every one of my shipmates' lives depends on my personal integrity in ensuring that our civil engineer support equipment are squared away. And even when they are ready for any sort of mission, be it a convoy or ftx, they are second-checked to guarantee their ability to run efficiently so us as a part of naval mobile construction battalion eleven can safely complete the mission at hand. I say all of this to illustrate the importance of integrity on our civil engineer support equipment. Every member of
To follow the code of ethics are the basic duties of the employees. For those reasons, to adopt the code of ethics in the County of San Diego is important to keep the county’s public good and goals. G.M Financial Corporation The main purpose of ethics in the G.M Financial Corp. guide principle of business conduct rule for employees with customers, vendors. The G.M’s ethics are basically all G.M employees and they follow the ethics for their business, behavior and conduct. According to the G.M Financial Corp.’s of code of ethics, GM Financial’s mission is to create value for our stakeholders by constantly improving our services, investing in innovative solutions and information-based strategies, and promoting a culture of teamwork, excellence and integrity
Mandatory, in-person, ethical classes should be held every year for employees and volunteers to help reinforce the ARC’s claim that they are fixing their internal issues. Also, executive leadership needs to be held accountable for their actions and not given monetary compensation upon their dismissal or resignation. Each of these things would help mend the American Red Cross’s image and help show the public that they have truly learned from past mistakes. The American Red Cross needs to market itself as a prominent, ethical, and transparent nonprofit organization” (Ferrell, Fraedrich, & Ferrell, 2011, p. 333). They need to implement and adequate screening and management process for volunteers.
A code of conduct is a one of the major key factors in keeping a business in good ethical standing. Ever company should have a code laid out for all employees to view and understand. Code of Conduct: I. The success of our company is built on trust and credibility that we obtain by following through with commitments, and showing integrity and honesty. II.
According to SNC-Lavalin's Gadhafi disaster: The inside story, SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. has committed to ethical behaviour and good corporate governance as it awaits the outcome of investigations involving former employees, including its previous chief executive officer. With regard to the school of ethical universalism, the same standards of what's ethical and what's unethical resonate with peoples of most societies regardless of local traditions and cultural norms; hence, common ethical standards can be used to judge the conduct of personnel at companies operating in a variety of country markets and cultural circumstances. Ben Aissa had negotiated an unusual deal with his old bosses at Lavalin: he, with at least one of his new wife's relatives, would together earn a 2% commission on any SNC contracts in Saudi Arabia, regardless of whether they performed any work, and this arrangement is considered unethical and conflicted. This constitutes unethical business behaviour regardless of the country or culture in which a company’s personnel are conducting activities. In terms of school of ethical relativism, different societal cultures and customs have divergent values and standards of right and wrong and thus, what is ethical or unethical must be judged in the light of local customs and social mores and can vary from culture or nation to another.
In preparation for a training program for supervisors and managers, identify at least three common errors in the performance appraisal process and describe them. In addition, describe steps to minimize these errors. (Points : 30) Spellchecker I 7. (TCO H) You are the HR VP for the Carringten Auto Brake Lining Company. A recent economic downturn has seriously affected the auto industry and your company, as well.
To deliver and execute quality operations and projects in an ever complex business environment. c. Forming investments for the future, while also generating returns for shareholders. d. Increase response, sustainability, and diversity of energy by applying developments in science and engineering. BP’s top priority in its corporate strategy is the health and safety environment, this is also supported by the huge number of investments in this area, according to BP’s 2006 annual review, BP spent $7 billion to upgrade safety aspects and infrastructure in US refineries and Alaska respectively (BP Annual Review, 2006). BP has been criticized and put under pressure by critics regarding corporate social responsibility, as Mother Jones Magazine listed BP as one of ten worst corporations in 2001 regarding environmental and human rights issues (Mokhiber & Weissman, 2001).
Objective/s: To maintain company product standards without compromising the family tradition establish by company founder John Andrews. To make the workplace safe without endangering the welfare of the employees and consumers. IV. Areas of consideration: 1. John Andrews has developed this family tradition towards his employees.
I must report any danger that I think can cause harm to myself or others, I have a responsibility to follow company procedures and policies always within my own role. 2/ The standards that influence my job role are:- * Code of Practice * Health and safety at work act 1974 * Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992 * Management of Health and Safety at work Regulations 1999 3/ Ways to ensure that personal attitudes or beliefs do not obstruct the quality of work is to remain professional at all times, if there were any concerns then report back to manager immediately. Ensure that a client with person centred value needs are met and that they are comfortable and promote independence at all times Outcome 2 Be able to reflect on own work Activities 1/ Reflecting on work activities enables myself to have an understanding of my skills, competencies, knowledge and professional outcome. This will help me learn and identify new constructive or different approaches in future practice. This will also help with problem solving.