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University: Iberoamericana, Mexico City.
1. Will you take the raffle prize? Why or why not?
If the company where I work for doesn't have a code of conduct that impede it I obviously would accept the price but with some restrictions... always keeping a professional relationship with suppliers, If the price can change the outcome of…
You are the Purchasing Manager of a small hospital. Your main task is to research, negotiate, and buy all the necessary supplies that are required for the administration and operation of the hospital and its staff. It is December and you are attending the company Christmas party of one of your suppliers, who fulfills all the computer requirements of your hospital. There was a raffle, but you know yourself not to be lucky in winning such games, so you decide to leave after…
I see two options here: You can sign the forced bills of landing or you can not sign the bills of landing. You…
Analysing the situation, I would do the right thing, not signing the shipping records, without thinking of my economic situation and my needs, just thinking about the correct thing to do, because signing them would be fraud and unethical and could bring to me problems; I would try to talk with a higher person in charge and try to solve this the right way.
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By Richard Trevisan, Management Department, Santa Clara University.
After years of experience in industry, and more recently teaching business ethics, I believe that there is an urgent need to teach business ethics to students who will soon be entering the work force. We need to provide tools to the students to help them be able to recognize ethical issues as they start to unfold; take ownership of the emerging problem; and analyze them for the purpose of dealing with them…
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