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Superiors have Different Ethics
Kovila, HR Consultant, Mauritius, Member
Hi everyone, managing ethics in business has become a must nowadays... But sometimes whatever is ethical for me might not be ethical for someone else... What do we do if we come across such a situation where in your work some practices are unethical and your superiors face "moral myopia and muteness''?
 

 
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