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Categories of ethical dilemmas in business

The first Exchange is the magazine of Brigham Young University Magazine, the twelfth twelve categories that cover the roots or causes of most ethical business dilemmas that you may encounter during their work. I summarized them to be short and simple

1. Adding Things That Are Not To You

Everything that has been postponed from subscribers, a personal postal item sent to your inbox, is required to download an unauthorized game to play on your computer. A financial corporation's chief executive officer took a taxi from the airport to the city. When he asked the cabbie to receive the bill, they took over the total number of blank entries. Obviously, the dilemma of accurate business costs accounts for more than just one employee

. Saying Things You Know That Are Not True

When a carmaker insists a customer that a used car was not in a previous accident, if there is such an ethical breach occurred. If an agent in the store provides the customer with a money back guarantee for a product, if only trading is permitted, then another ethical breach has occurred (and possibly a violation of the law). Entering or Disabling False Impressions

There is a city legend in which 2 CDs were sold on a television record, claiming that all of the 1980's hits were on CDs. The infomercial repeatedly emphasized that all the songs were made by the original artists. When they got the CDs, looking closer, they found that every song was presented by the band "Original Artists". While technically true, infomercial impressions were false.

4th Acquisition of a Conflict of Interest or Conflict of Interest

When a company grants a building contract to a body owned by the attorney-general's brother or when a county committee commissioned to elect a new road construction company travels around the state at the expense of one of the bidders, conflicts of interest arise the results of the election.

Hiding or Delivering Information

Failure to publish the results of a study on the safety of a new product or to consider their companies on product features for a new job are examples that fall into this category. . Use of unfair advantage

Have you ever wondered why there are so many product safety rules and procedures? It is primarily the result of legislation adopted by government institutions to protect consumers from companies that have been unfairly exploited by them for lack of knowledge or complex contractual obligations. The Persecution of Personal Decadent Actions

Over time, it became clear that non-working employees could have a negative impact on the image of businesses. This is one of the primary reasons why companies minimize social relationships or events outside the office so that drug or alcohol related events can not be tracked down to the company.

8th Keeping Abuse of People

This group of ethical bad behavior focuses on abusing employees by sexual harassment, verbal ligation, or public humiliation by the company's leader. Abuse Organizational Abuse

When an organization decides to work in another country, it sometimes conflicts with social culture where child labor, a humane work environment or excessive working time are needed. This point is that the management of the company can choose … whether to abuse or alleviate this abuse

. Violent Rules

In some cases, people or organizations violate the rules to speed up the process or decision. In most of these cases, the results would be the same, whether they violated the rules or the procedures required for doing so, or they might be the reputation of their organization.

eleventh Eliminating Unethical Actions

Suppose you are working one day and noticed that a colleague uses small businesses for personal purchase and has not reported it. You may know that a new product under development has security issues, but you do not speak. In these examples, if we do not do it right, we create a bad one.

12th Balancing Ethical Dilemma

What is a situation that is not considered right or wrong? What to do here? When does Google or Microsoft do business in China when human rights violations have been committed daily? Sometimes an organization needs to balance the need for business dealings with ethical dilemmas that may arise from business.

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