Questions related to Corporate Ethics
In some companies, managers increasingly take into account the expectations of employees, including the needs of employees in the development and identification of their self-realization with the company in which they work.
Such changes in personnel management are an important factor of corporate social responsibility.
On the other hand, this type of pro-social approach in personnel management usually increases its scale in the situation of low unemployment and high income of employees.
In addition, this type of pro-social approach in personnel management and good governance and good business practices should be correlated with the concept of effective development of countries operating in the model of social market economies.
In view of the above, the current question is: Does corporate social responsibility develop to a greater extent in social market economies?
Please, answer, comments. I invite you to the discussion.
This is the argument I made in a presentation at the 2008 “Business Ethics Olympics” of the International Society of Business, Economics, and Ethics (ISBEE), which was held in Cape Town, South Africa. Does this argument indicate too much faith in rules, regulations, and “law and order” trumping the culture of self-interest and profit-maximization that prevails in most for-profit entities – a culture that is expected and rewarded in capitalistic societies?
For more on my faith in “law and order” see my paper here on RG, “Legislative Excess or Regulatory Brilliance? Corporate Governance after SARBOX” : https://www.researchgate.net/publication/236980618_Legislative_Excess_or_Regulatory_Brilliance_Corporate_Governance_after_SARBOX?ev=prf_pub.
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What is the relationship between corporate governance and international Anti-money laundering regimes? At which stage of money laundering can corporate governance operate to break the laundering chain? Is there statistical evidence of the connection between the two. I currently searching for dissertation ideas and am majoring in this field. Please excuse the vagueness of the question.
A number of texts and articles make the assertion that ethically run organisations are more profitable. There is to my knowledge no evidence of this. In fact if i consider the behaviour of the major banks and investment companies in Australia it is quite the opposite. I am considering this as a research project.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Land and other natural resources are the common property of the society. The state, say the government of India, should not become its arbitrary dispenser. If it takes on the role of the natural resource dispenser a large number of people belonging to native communities and productive systems will surely be marginalized and alienated in the near future. Neo-liberalism in India is poised to create conditions resembling 'internal colonization'.
I am currently working on the value of carrotmobs for companies and did a research on the stakeholders but need to compare their value for the success of the Carrotmob. Any suggestions would be helpful.
I am going to write my PhD thesis on corporate social responsibility in tourism context. More precisely, I would like to investigate corporate ethical values and the perceived importance of ethics and social responsibility of employees in travel agencies as well as what CSR behaviors are exhibited by travel agencies in a developing economy (in Serbia).
Could you please advise an efficient measurement tool to use?
Any reference will be helpfull. Thanks.
Corporate greed, disgruntled employees, increased diversity, accelerating change, major layoffs, increased shareholder pressure, globalization, widening income discrepancies: these and many more factors can be seen as morally laden challenges in business performance. What is your opinion about the most important moral challenges that trouble for-profit and non-profit organizations now and in the near-future?
When a student who has earned a grade of "C" (average grade on a F,D,C,B, and A grading scale) in your course has asked you to write a letter of recommendation for employment or a scholarship, is it ethical to write a glowing letter of support? What is the best way to address this issue if a college or department has a normal distribution grading policy?
Many companies have adopted codes of ethics and joined the UN Global Compact on Corporate Ethics, many after having a dubious track record on 'right and wrong'. Is this an indication of responsible business or just another PR strategy?
Whistle blowers in the organizations bring into limelight, the organizational actions that are not in conformity with the social and ethical norm. Their actions certainly expose the, otherwise hidden, wrongdoings.