Ethics Of Business Ethics

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Business Ethics (also known as corporate ethics) is a form of applied ethics or professional ethics that studies the ethical principles and moral or ethical problems that arise in a business environment (source: Wikipedia). This applies to all aspects of business conduct and is relevant to the behavior of individuals and organizations overall business. Applied ethics is a field of ethics dealing with ethical questions in many fields such as medicine, engineering, law and business ethics. Business ethics can be a discipline both normative and descriptive. As the practices of the company and a career specialization, the field is primarily normative. The scope and quantity of business ethics reflects the degree to which its business is considered contrary to the social values of non-economic. , For example, today most major corporate sites put pressure on the commitment to promote social values of non-economic under various posts (eg code of ethics, social responsibility). In some cases, companies have to reformulate their core values in the light of considerations of business ethics.
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CSR is closely linked to "sustainable development", in which there is an argument that a company in carrying out its activities must base their decision not solely based on financial factors such as profits or dividends but also must be based on social and environmental consequences for now and for the long term. Business ethics and corporate social responsibility are two issues that are often overlooked by business people because it is in this article will discuss how business ethics relationship with corporate social
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