Business Ethics For Dummies

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John Wiley & Sons, Feb 9, 2011 - Business & Economics - 384 pages
The tools you need to deal with ethical dilemmas in business

In today's world, it's increasingly important for all businesses and government agencies to implement ethical conduct in the workplace. Therefore, business ethics has become required coursework for most students in undergraduate and postgraduate business programs.

Mapping to a business ethics course, Business Ethics For Dummies examines ethical theory and discusses the moral issues facing corporate America. It covers topics such as conflicts of interest, trade secrets and insider trading, product safety and product liability, hiring, drug testing, sexual harassment, diversity, and much more.

  • The basics of ethics and making ethical decisions
  • How-tos on incorporating business ethics in the workplace
  • A discussion of moral issues facing corporate America

Packed with easy-to-understand explanations and examples, Business Ethics For Dummies is a helpful resource for students, professors, business owners, managers, and CEOs who seek a clear understanding of the importance of ethics.

 

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Norman E. Bowie is Professor Emeritus at the University of Minnesota. He received the first lifetime achievement award in scholarship from the Society for Business Ethics. Meg Schneider is an award-winning writer who has experience in television, radio and print journalism, and public relations.

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