Is it possible for an individual with strong moral values to make ethically questionable decisions in a business setting? Business Ethics is a form of the art of applied ethics that examines ethical principles and moral or ethical problems that can arise in business environment. One of the biggest aspects of business ethics is human resource management. The short term adjustments made by the companies such as bribes and cartels will only be for a short period of time, it will never achieve a long time sustainability the organizations attitude towards the environment in which it is embedded.
The job profile involves introducing various insurance policies of a company to potential customers, according to their needs. Modern ethics is first and foremost, the science that allows to consider human relationships, as well as to evaluate the behavior of people in terms of generally accepted norms.
Ethical companies not only make profit but also overcome their competitors and other turbulent changes happening through out the years and have contributed to social welfare. It applies to any and all aspects of business conduct, from boardroom strategies and how companies treat their suppliers to sales techniques and accounting practices.
In his new book Ethics and Excellence: Cooperation and Integrity in Business, University of Texas philosopher Robert C. Solomon writes that such theorizing isâ€¦utterly inaccessible to the people for whom business ethics is not merely a subject of study but is (or will be) a way of lifeâ€”students, executives, and corporations.â€ Unfortunately, academic insecurity is causing business ethicists to direct their work away from addressing the real needs of managers and toward satisfying the perceived rigors of academic science in their field.
Many times business owners are worried that having textbook business ethics will cause their business to fail because of reduced profits, when actually the opposite is true. Running our businesses based on Christian standards doesn’t mean letting people walk all over us. I think we can look at Jesus for our example in this.