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A Case Study of an Unethical Business Practice of a Private Manufacturing Company Regarding Entry-Level Workers and Customers
From an outside perspective, one can observe that the work environment Angela is involved in is unethical to both its workers and its customers. They don’t seem to be caring about their worker’s content nor their customers’. This is evident through a few factors. The customers are obviously not happy since they’re calling i...
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A Study on the Health Hazards of Working with Home Building Materials at True Home Dreams
Issue identification: True Home Dreams is group of companies which produce home building
materials, paints and plastering products. Manufacturing of these products in majority of cases involve hazardous
toxic materials, which in many cases have impact on employees. Company
follow all safety procedures, to preven...
2,816 words
10 pages
Mike O'Brien's Ethical Dilemma in Weighing the Benefits Against the Ethical Costs of the Sale of Construction Equipment in Africa
It is said that “A salesperson’s ethics and values contribute more to sales success than do techniques or strategies.”(Willingham, 2003). As a salesman your job is simple, sell a given product, and maximize profits. But with this sales people are often confronted with situations where they must question the ethics involved...
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2 pages
Sway, a New Product in Microsoft Office That I Worked On This Summer as a Software Engineering Intern at Microsoft
I spent this summer as a Software Engineering Intern at Microsoft in Redmond, WA. I worked with another Software Engineering Intern on a core feature for my teams product: Sway, which we expect to appear in their product a few weeks after we leave. Sway is a new product in Office, preview-released last October and releasin...
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The Different Types of Nonprofit Fraud
Abstract In today’s society full of scandal and lies, it is difficult to know who to trust. Although nonprofits are intended to help the less fortunate and to better our community as a whole, many are corrupt and merely parade around so as to receive tax exemptions and public donations. The author addresses several of the...
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Blood, Sweat, and Tears in Working in a Sweatshop
Sweatshop Controversy Paper Blood, SWEAT, and Tears Trends are constantly changing in the fashion industry. It is difficult to keep up with the demand that the greedy corporates are faced with to make profit. However, they have found that they can often hire people from third world countries to do the intensive work that...
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A Study on the Ethical Issues in Increasing the Price of Daraprim
Ethics are a “code of moral principles and values that govern the behaviors of right or wrong” (Fox, 2015). From the managerial viewpoint, however, ethical issues in practice can arise a complicated situation. A 62-year-old drug, named Daraprim, that is used to treat a life-threatening parasitic infection has just gone up c...
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3 pages
Application and Interview Processes Should Be More Intense in Order for Companies to Find Good Workers
In the past couple of years, companies have begun to ensure that they are hiring good employees by making their applications and interviews more intensive. It is becoming more and more prominent to have personality questions involved in the application process to make sure that they are hiring people that will be a good fit...
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4 pages
Religious Practices Should Be Allowed in the Workplace
The issue of allowing religious faith in the workplace is increasing, and majority of these issues could have been handled properly if both employer and employee have an open mind and try to understand other people’s religious upbringing. It is not a surprise that every employer or corporation, big or small are aware that t...
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An Analysis of the Mission, Vision, and Firm Stakeholders of Tyson Foods
Tyson Foods is amongst the leading American multinational
corporation located in Springdale, Arkansas. The corporation was
established in 1935 and operates within the food industry. Currently, Tyson
Foods Inc. employs approximately 107,000 people working in close to 300
facilities in different regions across the world. Th...
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9 pages