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GROUP NO.3:

GROUP NO.3 DHARMENDRA AGRAWAL MAHESH PARMAR MUKESH PARMAR ASHISH TAILOR ANKIT SHAH

BUSINESS ETHICS:

BUSINESS ETHICS

Business Ethics:

Business Ethics defined as written and unwritten codes of principles and values that govern decisions and actions within a company. It asks what is right or wrong behavior in business and what principles or rules can be used as guidance in business situations. Companies and business people who wish to thrive long-term must adopt sound ethical decision-making practices.

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Continue……. In many cases, doing the right thing often leads to the greatest financial, social, and personal rewards in the long run. In the increasingly conscience-focused marketplaces of the 21st century, the demand for more ethical business processes and actions is increasing. Simultaneously, pressure is applied on industry to improve business ethics through new public initiatives and laws (e.g. higher UK road tax for higher-emission vehicles).

Two Characteristics:

Two Characteristics Tells people what they ought to do Set of principles or rules

FOUR LEVEL OF ETHICAL QUESTION IN BUSINESS:

FOUR LEVEL OF ETHICAL QUESTION IN BUSINESS SOCIETY STAKEHOLDER INTERNAL POLICY PERSONAL

1. SOCIETY:

1. SOCIETY There are some duties/ethics of Business Organisation towards the society Environment Urban blight – excessive development, inappropriate development, use of greenbelt land Waste – land-fill? re-cycling? burning? Energy use – renewable energy, Reduce the use of non-renewable resources Global Warming – Pollution: - try to reduce the following pollution Noise Air Land Water

2. STAKEHOLDER:

2. STAKEHOLDER Responsibilities to stakeholder groups: Shareholders – Generate profits and pay dividends Customers – provide good quality products at reasonable prices. Safety, honesty, decency and truthfulness Employees – health and safety at work, security, fair pay Suppliers – pay on time, pay fair rates for the work done, provide element of security

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Continue…….. Government – abide by the law, pay taxes, abide by regulations Environment – limit pollution, congestion, environmental degradation, development, etc.

3. INTERNAL POLICY:

3. INTERNAL POLICY include Company’s relation with the employees. Fair employment contract with employee. Give some rights to employees. Give motivation, benefits, work rules and perfect leadership.

4. PERSONAL:

4. PERSONAL How people should treat one another within the organisation . Deals with the day-to-day issues of life in organisation .

THE TOOL OF ETHICS:

THE TOOL OF ETHICS VALUES RIGHT AND DUTIES MORAL RULES HUMAN RELATIONSHIP

VALUES:

VALUES When you value something, you want it or you want it to happen. Values are relatively permanent desires that seem to be good in themselves, like peace or goodwill .

RIGHTS AND DUTIES:

RIGHTS AND DUTIES R ight means “sphere of autonomy.” Claims that entitle a person to take a particular action. Rights are rarely absolute; Ordinarily, you have a right to speak freely-until you make false statements about another person Rights correlated with duties.

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Continue….. Whenever some one has right, also has a duty to respect it. Obligation to take specific steps or obey the law.

MORAL RULES:

MORAL RULES Moral rules guide us through situations where competing interests collide. You might think of moral rules as “tie breakers”-guidelines that can resolve disagreements. Moral rules, which are rules for behavior, often become internalized as values

HUMAN RELATIONSHIP:

HUMAN RELATIONSHIP Human beings connected to others in web o f relationships. Relationship exits for mutual supports and achieve our goals. Decisions reflects our values and our concern for ethics.

COMMON MORALITY:

COMMON MORALITY Common morality is the body of moral rules governing ordinary ethical problems. These rules are used to understand managerial problems in ethical terms.

Basic principles:

Basic principles Promise Keeping: - Without the simple convention of promise keeping, social interaction would grind (break up) to a halt; business would be impossible

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CONTINUE….. NONMALEVOLENCE : Among other things, rights and duties provide ways of preventing violent conflict. Morality requires us to avoid violence in settling disputes

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CONTINUE…… Mutual AID : - Human communities are sustained by the recognition that people depend on each other and help each other

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CONTINUE……. Respect for Persons : - Treating people as ends involves taking them seriously, Accepting their interest as legitimate, and regarding their desires as important.

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CONTINUE……. Respect for Property - Underlying the idea of property is the principle that most people, most of the time, should get the consent of others before using their property.

CONCLUSION:

CONCLUSION For the smooth running of business, Ethics is necessary. By the ethics, we can grow our business. Ethics solving problems of business, help to implement them.

THANK YOU:

THANK YOU

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