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Emerging business ethics issues. Chapter three. Emerging business ethics issues. Recognizing an ethical issue Ethical issues and dilemmas in business The challenge of determining an ethical issue in business . Recognizing an ethical issue.

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emerging business ethics issues1
Emerging business ethics issues
  • Recognizing an ethical issue
  • Ethical issues and dilemmas in business
  • The challenge of determining an ethical issue in business
recognizing an ethical issue
Recognizing an ethical issue
  • Not recognizing an ethical issue is very dangerous for business orgs if business is treated as a game in which ordinary rules of fairness don’t apply.
  • When you think of just making profit and increase sales then.
  • “Business is business” mentality.
  • Check table 3-1 and tick the most observable issues in the table.
recognizing an ethical issue honesty
Recognizing an ethical issuehonesty
  • Honesty: truthfulness or trustworthiness.
  • To tell the truth and nothing but the truth.
  • Business is not a game to play.
  • Business is not a warfare.
  • Jiff skilling of Enron was dishonest because he thought of business as a game and warfare. For him business is a game. In the game of business the smart business man does what he can to make money. Less smart people think of ethical issues.
  • Being just equitable, and impartial
  • Equity
  • Reciprocity- give an example
  • Optimization not maximization by selecting the right people into the right job- discrimination is unfair game to play.
  • Being whole, credible, honest and reliable.
  • Its uncompromising adherence to ethical values. Integrity is a very important value for business people in the 21st century org.

Do you know why?

ethical issues and dilemmas in business
Ethical issues and dilemmas in business
  • Abusive or intimidating behavior. Very bad for employees.
  • It begins by physical threat to false accusation, insults, harshness, roundness, profanity(curse), swearing.
  • Intent at the center.
  • Watch bullying. It could be illegal now.
  • Distorting the truth, some is related to joking
  • Lying be commission- like gimmicks in advertising
  • and lying by omission
conflict in interest
Conflict in interest
  • To avoid it you need to separate your private interests from your business dealings.
  • Separating managing from ownership.
  • Offering something in order to get illegal advantage.

Bribery is forbidden not only by law but also by religion.

Which do you get afraid of more the law or the religion?

corporate intelligence and marketing intelligence
Corporate intelligenceand marketing intelligence
  • CI is a legitimate inquiry into meaningful information that can be used for staying competitive.
  • Is it legal or illegal?
  • What is the role of technology and internet?
corporate intelligence
Corporate intelligence
  • Spying or espionage

hacking: is an internet method for obtaining trade secrets

  • System hacking when the attacker has access to a user account.
  • Remote hacking: attempting to remotely penetrate a system across the internet
  • Physical hacking: entering a facility personally.
corporate intelligence1
Corporate intelligence
  • There is more into the topic when:

hackers or spy agents try to enter into the military and national secrets of one country in espionage and spying purposes for another country.

  • Social engineering: when a hacker deceives you or trick you to reveal your password or other corporate or individual information.
  • Race, gender, and age discrimination are a major source of ethical and legal debate in the workplace. I think that discrimination is a social, cultural and psychological problem. Discrimination in some cultures is more severe than other cultures- what do you think?
  • EEO
  • Affirmative action programs
sexual harassment
Sexual harassment

Sexual harassment: is any repeated, unwanted behavior of a sexual nature committed upon one individual by another one. Did you read the ethical dilemma at the start of the chapter? What do you think?

Hostile work environment. Can you work right under a hostile work environments? Discuss?

environmental issues are emerging ethical issues
Environmental issuesare emerging ethical issues
  • Kyoto protocol: international and global treaty in a world commitment to reducing emission of carbon dioxide in an attempt to reducing the global warming and pollution(USA did not sign the treaty).
  • Water pollution
  • 30 million plastic bottles are thrown daily for a total 11 billion a year in the US
  • is nuclear power a green energy? See figure 3-2 for green practices
  • And see beyond greening article at http://faculty.yu.edu.jo/melhem

Fraud: any intentional communication that deceives, manipulates or conceals facts in order to create a false impression.

Selfishness is the primary cause, and self centeredness

It’s a crime.

Costs US 400 million a year.

List any unethical practices that are related to our local culture and their impact on our business.

types of fraud
Types of fraud
  • Accounting fraud
  • Marketing fraud: communicating misleading marketing information or marketing in general. Specifically via the communication and promotional side of the 4ps.
  • Consumer fraud: is when consumers attempt to mislead or deceive businesses for their own gain- shoplifting, price tag switching, lying …etc
  • What do you think about “the customer is always right?
  • Consumer protection organizations.

Gimmicks in advertising is an example.

other ethical issues
Other ethical issues
  • Insider trading
  • Intellectual property rights: the legal protection of intellectual property such as journals, periodicals, music, books, and movies.
  • Privacy issues
  • The Challenge of Determining An Ethical Issue In Business.
  • Next chapter five and the next case study (Arthur Anderson, page 178)
  • Nepotism