Importance Of Ethics In Business Administration

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Introduction: “In law a man is guilty when he violates the rights of others. In ethics he is guilty if he only thinks of doing so.” (Kant, 1724-1804). The word “ethics” comes from the Greek word ethos meaning “character or fundamental values of a person, people or culture”. Ethics generally refers to the moral principles that govern the behavior of a person or group. And it can also be defined as obligations outside those required by law. Ethics provide general guidelines for how we ought to act towards one another, and without those values and positivity in the work environment we lose our social beings and the respect of others. In this report I will list and further explain the ethical behaviors, importance of ethics and ethical issues in my chosen major Business Administration. Ethical Behaviors:…show more content…
First, you must be dependable and trustworthy in order for you to succeed in any field. Second, you must be fair and just towards others because if we ask ourselves what kind of society we want to live in, the natural answer would be: a just society. Third, you must be responsible and always submit your work on time. Four, you must be willing to forgive whoever has wronged you of your colleagues and give people second chances. Five, you must be respectful towards your fellow colleagues and when dealing with customers. Six, you must be a team worker in order for you to help the company achieve its goals more efficiently and effectively. Seven, you must be flexible and be willing to offer more time for the company you work for. Eight, you must be humble towards others. Nine, you must have patience when dealing with colleagues or machines and lastly, you must be honest which achieves a very safe and trusting work

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