Business Ethics Mid-term Review .


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. . . . . . . . . BE SWYK!. Show what you know!. SWYK InstructionsEach candidate will pick a classification. (Ex: I\'ll take FLSA for $200)Response must be as an inquiry. (Ex: What are the extra minutes exclusion classifications?) Kick it up a score with SWYK Kick things by multiplying the worth posted on the amusement board.The three contenders with the biggest sum in their $WYK CA$H Pot w
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Business Ethics Mid-term Review Dr. Barbara Lyon, SPHR (Note: Be certain to check the after-the-diversion survey things situated toward the finish of this slide appear.)

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Show what you know! BE SWYK!

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SWYK Instructions Each challenger will pick a classification. (Ex: I\'ll take FLSA for $200) Response must be as a question. (Ex: What are the extra minutes exception classifications?) Kick it up an indent with SWYK Kick things by multiplying the esteem posted on the diversion board. The three candidates with the biggest sum in their $WYK CA$H Pot will play… SWYK SHOWDOWN!

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SWYK Board Instructions Select a classification on the fundamental amusement board (slide 4). On the primary amusement board, tap on the dollar measure of the thing picked. The thing will show up on a different slide. To uncover the right reaction, click in the blue space under the question. To come back to the principle amusement board, tap on the yellow bolt/box.

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Business Ethics Laws/Institution Ethical Leadership What\'s at Stake? Developing Issues $1 00 $1 00 $1 00 $1 00 $1 00 $5 00 $5 00 $5 00 $5 00 $5 00 $10 00 $10 00 $10 00 $10 00 $10 00 $20 00 $20 00 $20 00 $20 00 $20 00 $50 00 $50 00 $50 00 $50 00 $50 00

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A: This is an association\'s commitment to expand its positive effect on partners and to minimize its negative effect. Q: What is social obligation? ($1.00)

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A: This progression alludes to complying with all laws and government controls. Q: What is lawful? ($5.00)

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A: This progression alludes to amplifying partner riches and additionally esteem. Q: What is financial? ($10.00)

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A: This progression takes after measures of worthy conduct as judged by partners. Q: What is moral? ($20.00)

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A: The top stride of social duty, this progression alludes to offering back to society. Q: What is humanitarian? ($50.00)

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A: This gathering incorporates clients, financial specialists, shareholders, representatives, providers, government organizations, groups and other people who have a stake in some part of an organization. Q: What are partners? ($1.00)

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SWYK KICK A: This is depicted as one of an association\'s most noteworthy immaterial resources with substantial esteem. Q: What is notoriety? ($5.00)

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A: These partners are not basic for an organization\'s survivor, as they don\'t commonly participate in exchanges with the organization. Q: What are auxiliary ($10.00) partners?

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A: This is established in exemplary financial statutes, including the objective of amplifying riches for speculators and proprietors. Q: What is the partner ($20.00) model of corporate administration?

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An: In this, there are two-path connections between the firm and a large group of partners. Q: What is a partner ($50.00) cooperation display?

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A: This is any deliberate correspondence that cheats, controls or covers certainties keeping in mind the end goal to make a false impression. Q: What is misrepresentation? ($1.00)

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A: Laws, for example, the Copyright Act of 1976 were intended to secure this. Q: What is licensed innovation? ($5.00)

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A: This might be damaged by separation in light of sex, for example, lewd behavior. Q: What is Title VII of the ($10.00) Civil Rights Act of 1964?

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A: This universal bargain is worried with worldwide cautioning and is focused on decreasing the discharges of nursery gasses. Q: What is the Kyoto Protocol? ($20.00)

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SWYK KICK A: This commission can convey cases to court for the benefit of representatives who confront segregation in view of sexual orientation, race, religion, and so forth. Q: What is the Equal Employment ($50.00) Opportunity Commission (EEOC)?

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A: This office was made to facilitate natural offices required in authorizing the country\'s ecological laws. Q: What is the Environmental ($1.00) Protection Agency (EPA)?

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A: This kind of law characterizes the rights and obligations of people and associations (counting organizations). Q: What is respectful law? ($5.00)

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A: These laws have been passed to keep the foundation of imposing business models and different practices that decrease or confine rivalry. Q: What is star focused enactment? ($10.00)

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A: This law obliges organizations to set up codes of morals for money related announcing. Q: What is the Sarbanes-Oxley Act? ($20.00)

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A: This board screens bookkeeping firms that review open partnerships. Q: What is the Public Company ($50.00) Accounting Oversight Board?

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A: These are the individuals who have impact in a work amass, including peers, administrators, collaborators and subordinates. Q: Who are noteworthy others? ($1.00)

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A: This trademark identified with a man\'s impression of social weights and the damage the choice will have on others. Q: What is moral force? ($5.00)

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A: This sort of pioneer endeavors to raise representatives\' level of duty and to cultivate trust and inspiration. Q: What is a transformational pioneer? ($10.00)

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A: The conditions in an association that cutoff or allow moral or exploitative conduct are characterized as this. Q: What is opportunity? ($20.00)

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A: This identifies with individual contrasts in connection to a summed up conviction about how one is influenced by inner versus outer occasions or fortifications. Q: What is the locus of control? ($50.00)

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Key Terms to Study Business morals Code of lead Corporate secret activities Defense Industry Initiative on Business Ethics & Conduct Ethical issue Federal Sentencing Guidelines for Organizations U.S. Sentencing Commission Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Kennedy\'s "Shoppers\' Bill of Rights" Kohlberg\'s model of intellectual good advancement Philanthropic exercises Reagan/Bush Era center Sarbanes-Oxley Act Social Responsibility (chain of command of measurements)

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Key Terms to Study Agency law Affirmative activity Community duty Competitive technique and business morals Conflict of premium Consumer security Corporate administration Discrimination Honesty Integrity Internal and outer prizes Moral theory Stakeholder collaboration show Stakeholder introduction Trust Egoism Deontology Justice Relativism Teleology Utilitarianism

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Key Terms to Study Civil law Criminal Law Fraud Lying Marketing moral issues (moral measurements) Environmental Protection Federal Water Pollution Act Clean Air Act National Environmental Policy Act Toxic Substances Control Act Title VII, Civil Rights Act Americans with Disabilities Act Pregnancy Discrimination Act Equal Pay Act

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Thoughts Ethical basic leadership starts when the issue is sufficiently critical to straightforwardly talk about it with others Good BE basic leadership is connected to involvement and BE seeing Good BE practice enhances partner fulfillment Trust is a key issue in all individual correspondence

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