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Question 1 1. Which type of information must you collect and consider in ethical decision-making before making a decision?
Question 2 2. Why does an individual use the process of ethical decision making?
Question 3 3. What is the best explanation of ethics?
Question 4 4. The rules of behavior that illustrate what people _____ in the workplace are _____
Question 5 5. All of the following are examples of the way Enron and its senior executives violated the code of business ethics, EXCEPT?
Question 6 6. Which type of ethical code is often referred to as taking the 'high road?'
Question 7 7. One who believes that people are relational beings and require care is a(n) _____.
Question 8 8. How are vendor relations and investor relations similar?
Question 9 9. How is a compliance-based code of ethics different from integrity-based ethics ?
Question 10 10. The Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) is a law that enforces proper reporting and oversight for publicly traded companies. What type of ethical climate will this create?
Question 11 11. Who can formally change a workplace standard of law?
Question 12 12. Who believes the end justifies the means?
Question 13 13. What is a stakeholder?
Question 14 14. Who are the three most important stakeholders according to most companies?
Question 15 15. An employee of a large multinational firm makes a mistake with a client's account. Company policy dictates that he immediately contact the client and let them know what happened. However, he knows he can fix the mistake easily, without worrying the client. What would the ethical course of action be?
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