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by , 11-06-2019 at 02:23 AM (133 Views)
[COLOR=#000000][FONT=Arial]Ethics is basically an area dealing with moral judgment regarding voluntary human conduct by [/FONT][/COLOR][URL=""][COLOR=#000000][FONT=&amp]writing services online[/FONT][/COLOR][/URL][COLOR=#000000][FONT=Arial]. Moral Judgment requires moral standards by which to judge human conduct. Every person has moral standards that he/she uses to judge others, in something they did by their choice. In relation to that, people in society have common shared standards that they use to judge the actions of organizations and each other, as well.[/FONT][/COLOR]
[COLOR=#000000][FONT=Arial]The society also judges organization’s actions for unethical behaviors. For instance, manipulation and dishonesty are two key problems that can be commonly found in business nowadays. Unfortunately, some businesses do not employ business ethics and do not care about it, as long as they are making profits. Business ethics plays a significant role in the development of a business and its success. All types of business require the right business ethics to improve their performance and make their business grow in the market. Moreover, business ethics entails behaviors that a business is using to deal with the world. It is defined as the principles that decide the acceptable behavior in business organizations, which includes consumers, competitors, government, and interest groups. Three main areas that business ethics deals with are social responsibility, reputation, and values.
Social responsibility can play an important role in business ethics affecting the success of the company. After all, it is believed that when a business organization is working justly by following the morals and ethical code, then its business will improve. At any rate, every company will have an adaptable style that it uses in its business to succeed. However, those business organizations have a duty of choosing the right actions and decisions that will improve the welfare of society, as well as benefiting the organization itself. In the past, organizations viewed ethics and social responsibility as following a country’s legal standards. Nevertheless, nowadays organizations realize that to succeed they do not only need to follow the rules of a country, but to gain their customers trust and respect, and thus, the society’s respect. Employees, corporations, and society view business ethics in different ways. As a result, business often conflicts between two parties or more as some business deals might be beneficial for the business itself but undesirable to society.[/FONT][/COLOR]
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