Corporate Bill of Responsibilities: Creating a Culture of Accountability

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Jodere Group, 2003 - Business & Economics - 221 pages
Recently, our attention has been drawn to business failings and scandals. Now, Stephen Smoke offers employers, employees, and the general public a template for being part of the solution instead of part of the problem. Past generations of Americans understood the connection between rights and responsibilities. Unfortunately in recent years, whether through the outbreak of corporate scandal or the false sense of entitlement professed by many, that link has been broken. Yet because the relationship between rights and responsibilities is inextricable, the understanding of their connection is integral to the survival of our rights. These timely new books from Stephen Smoke list many of the rights we have come to expect as Americans, along with their corresponding responsibilities. Stephen poses thought-provoking questions throughout, which encourage readers to create their own belief system based in the recognition that with our rights come responsibilities.

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