Ethics in Corporate America. By: Katie, Catherine, Alexander, Emery, and Michael. Unethical Workplace Romance. What is Workplace Romance?. Unethical Romance. Effects on the Workplace Include: Loss of interest Misunderstandings Misguided decision-making Tension Division. The McCourt’s.
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By: Katie, Catherine, Alexander, Emery, and Michael
Effects on the Workplace Include:
-Accused of affair with her driver
-Fired as CEO of Dodgers
-Over $20 million in legal costs
Paid $130 million in settlement costs to keep ownership of Dodgers
Gave three properties (estimated $50 million value) to Jamie in settlement
Forced by MLB to sell the Dodgers this Spring in order to cover incurred debts
-Loss of sales
-Cuts in team salary
-Inability to sign free agents
-Inability to resign players
-Turmoil in front office
Establish their credibility by:
- Creating a Credo
-Making a Company Code of Conduct
Videos and pictures of the aftermath led to what is now referred to as the First Battle for Fallujah, a movement led by the US Army and Marines to retake the city.
The intensity of the siege and the number of Iraqi civilians killed led to building resentment against US troops, who did not distinguish between soldiers and civilian security contractors.
Part of the bridge where the burnt bodies of the four Blackwater guards were hung after US Marines retook the bridge.
-Blocked Fire exits
End to End Consulting. GE's Vitality Curve. Digital image. The Organisation as an Organism. End to End Consulting, 2007. Web. 8 Feb. 2012.
Healy, Paul M. and Krishna G. Palepu. "The Fall of Enron.” Journal of Economic Perspectives (2003): 3-26. Document.
Sims, Ronald R. and Johannes Brinkmann. "Enron Ethics (Or: Culture Matters More than Codes)." Journal of Business Ethics (2003): 243-256. Document.