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Kovila
HR Consultant, Mauritius
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''? (...) Read more? Sign up for free

  James Townsend
Manager, United States
 

Organizational Versus Individual Ethics

You have identified what I think is one of the biggest issues leaders face. I have experienced a dissonance between organizational ethics and personal - I have voiced my opinion and made my concerns clear. If the organization has a pattern of ethical violations then I would continue to document them and be prepared to change companies (presuming that I am not able to influence a change).

  Charlie Briggs
 

Responsibility to Understand the Foundation of the Ethics of your Organization

I quite agree with you James. That's why the change you desire must start with you. Though organizational ethic varies from company to company, but you have a responsibility to understand the foundation of such organizational ethics before you can think of what step to take in terms of corrective measures on your part if its not favorable to your personality.

  Samir Desai
 

How to Deal with Unprofessional Ethics

I agree with James that keeping a track / record o (...)

  Waseem A. Nisar
Consultant, United States
 

Ethics in Business

I believe the greatest challenge current businesse (...)

  Manjit Chodha MSc
 

Ethical Auditing

An ethical audit is an effective technique that ca (...)

  naomi husein-siregar
 

Different Ethics: How to Proceed

All comments above are very good but note you cann (...)

  Harp Minhas
 

Changing Ethics as Managers

It is true that ethics comes from within. However, (...)

 

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