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Pay packages for CEOs of U.S.-based companies continue out of control, writes columnist Gael O’Brien, with boards often succumbing to “fear-based” compensation practices that undermine the potential for collaborative leadership and sustainability. She notes new research which disputes conventional wisdom that CEOs can easily move to the next company if not paid well. “Tackling excessive CEO...
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The Pioneering Organization in Applied Global Business Ethics Welcome to the International Business Ethics Institute, the first organization dedica. Welcome to the International Business Ethics Institute, the first organization dedicated to transnationalism in the field of applied business ethics, and specializing in global ethics training. Since 1994 the Institute has pioneered the most...
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Emmas, values, and decision-making in the world of commerce. This website is an independent, non-affiliated source of information, authored and administered by business ethics scholar,. Hansmann's The Ownership of Enterprise is absolutely essential reading for anyone who wants to understand the...
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The Council for Ethical Leadership at Capital University's mission is to promote ethical leadership and accountability through advocacy of best ethical practices and applied ethics education. This mission will be accomplished through 1) encouraging ethical dialogue, 2) promoting best ethical...
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The NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) is pleased to announce the launch of its Student Ethical Leadership Certification Program. Regarded as the first of its kind, the program is designed to creatively teach ethical leadership to students on college campuses across the country. The program...
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A blog about Business Ethics by Chris MacDonald, Ph.D. (by Chris MacDonald). Just what are corporate boards obligated to know? More precisely, what lengths are they obligated to go to in order to get to know the things they ought to know? The topic came to mind when I read today’s story about how the salary of the CEO of Canada’s biggest banks, RBC, had gone up 44 per cent to $10.9 million...
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Welcome to 2016, and to Volume 4 of the Business Ethics Journal Review. Volume 4 signals that we are now in our 4th year of publication. The fact that our experiment in shaking up academic business ethics publication is still running at this point is encouraging, in an era in which online publishing still hasn’t entirely taken hold in academia. 2015 saw a number of exciting events for BEJR. In...
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Nominations for the Awards Program may be submitted by any customer, client, employee, consultant, vendor or private citizen who is impressed with a company’s ethics program and demonstration of its practices. Your business can participate in this prestigious program through Sponsorship Opportunities, which provide visibility and recognition for your company's commitment to sound business...
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Business ethics and integrity are important to all parties dealing with the business. Employees will know that they will be paid on time, creditors will be confident of being paid, government authorities will be aware that the business respects authority, all parties transacting business with the organisation will tend to be more cooperative and helpful. In addition the business is likely to be...
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A few months ago Google and Facebook seemed invincible, but with the news of a possible take over of Yahoo! by Microsoft, this could change the face of social media and only swift and smart action will prevent a major problem for these young web giants. The role of the International Charter is to ensure that business meet the requirements of its certification programs. Privacy can come at a...
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However, the consumer is not the only one that businesses must act ethically towards. It is equally important that they have their employees’ best interests in mind. Let's look at the grocery store again. During the buyer's market, when profits are presumably down and the store may be having trouble attracting new customers or keeping the old, the store may need to lay off a number of...
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As time has gone by the United States has entered into treaties like NAFTA, the North American Free Trade Agreement. This agreement like many other trade agreements limits the sovereignty of participating nation states and gives power to international tribunals that are not answerable to the people. These tribunals have not gained a great deal of public attention. That’s probably wise. The idea...
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This website contains business tips and all sorts of things about your financial plan, you will find a wide variety of articles on business planning, business. Everyone will want to be successful in life. Success in family life, social and cultural as well as the success in the world of work. The world of work is a world that is full of challenges. A successful person is one who dared and...
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The Project on Public Trust in Business (the Project) is a major and ongoing effort—initiated by the Business Roundtable Institute for Corporate Ethics and the Arthur W. Page Society—to engage leading organizations in developing and implementing a long-term strategy to build public trust in business. Find out more. “Transparency is the critical principle for corporations and their financial...
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National Ethics Association is committed to helping businesses service their customers with Transparency and Trust. We’re in a new reputation economy, based on transparency and trust. To succeed, business owners need to share more information with prospects. And consumers must do more research before buying. National Ethics Association (NEA) facilitates this process. We bring companies and...
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Ethicsworld.org links to business ethics articles and new articles on corporate social responsibility, basic corporate governance and corporation corruption. Students, business owners, researchers and all avid news readers will find something fresh, relevant and interesting on the pages of ethicsworld.org. Our site links to the latest articles on corporate social responsibility, basic corporate...
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Click on one of the links above to find books in the category of your choice. Ethics is the careful study of right and wrong. None of the books featured here will give you easy answers to hard questions. But the best of them will help you to explore complicated issues more carefully, and to…. The EthicsWeb Bookstore is an Amazon-affiliated store. It has been edited and managed by me (Chris...
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The Rochester Area Business Ethics Foundation promotes and supports ethical business cultures in the Greater Rochester NY area. We also educate and celebrate ethical behavior in business. Announcements - Rochester Area Business Ethics Foundation Announces New Chair The Rochester Area Business Ethics Foundation (RABEF) today announced Vicki M. James as the organiz... The Rochester Area Business...
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Business Ethics Training - Save Time and Money - Help and Motivate your employees to make better decisions and meet legal compliance laws in the workplace. There’s been proliferation of online business degree programs. We’ve seen both extensive bachelor and emba’s (or online mba programs) that are being offered to students and executives alike. If you’re an executive or a manager where your...
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The BBB business ethics training program is completely customizable for virtually any company. The program comes with two versions – for management and for employees – to help staff members at all levels better understand the importance of ethics and values in their particular workplace. Yes! I want to start educating my employees about business ethics. Ethical businesses are successful because...
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