Ethical leadership is essential, and to know the definitions to explain the topic thoroughly, please see the meaning I have added. According to Mirriam-Webster's Dictionary, ethics states three different format uses. One is theories, the second is judgments, and the third is behavioral. 1: of or relating to ethics: ethical theories 2: involving or expressing moral approval or disapproval: ethical judgments 3: conforming to accepted standards of conduct: ethical behavioral To
Today's topic is Carbon Credit and the EPA. Question and topic posted by my professor. "The Environmental Protection Agency sometimes imposes penalties on firms that pollute the environment. But did you know that there is a legal market for pollution? A mechanism that has been developed to limit excessive air pollution is to use carbon credits. Carbon credits are a tradable permit scheme that allows businesses that cannot meet their greenhouse-gas-emissions limits to purchase
Today's assignment regards ethical environment and the moral compass being used by businesses worldwide. Moral VS Ethical Business Practice Do you believe that business has any direct ethical duties to living beings other than humans? Yes, they do. Any company that has any product which could potentially harm the air, water, plants, or animals has an obligation to humanity and the earth to ensure adherence to proper protocols for the safety of the environment that we all shar
Unethical companies are sometimes undetectable until an individual is employed or when a customer becomes a client. When this occurs, depending on the location of the company, the individual must render a decision. For example: Is this a company culture, or is this based upon an individual within the company? Depending on the answer is when actions must occur.
In the case of the company culture behaving unethically, what are the acts? Are the unethical actions regarding int
Large corporations or entities require accounting practices that are unmeasurable in comparison to small businesses. Many entities have several compartments within a single entity, which causes a bit of an upset regarding the stock's valuation or the commodity itself. Many who attempt to evaluate the businesses aren't able to wrap their minds around the companies financials, which is understandable. I've thought about this using Tesla as an example. Tesla has many components
Brain injuries and what happens to me. Brain injuries are not comfortable in any sense. One day I am feeling fine, and the next day I feel pressure in my head. If I have overthought or studied too much, tension builds, which in turn lets me know I need to rest. When reading an article or writing one, I might skip over words by accident and misinterpret what I am reading—a very uncomfortable situation. I've always been a smart person, so feeling dumb weights heavily and is one
Today, I performed an assignment for my BUSI Ethics class in college. The assignment is to write about a company regarding previous and current business ethics in practice or behavior. I chose Tesla, Inc. The article is as follows: Tesla is the company I choose to write about today. Tesla has gone through the longest learning curve I've ever witnessed, even though I entered the witness arena quite late, nevertheless, after performing some research it's quite apparent that cha