Ethics in Corporations

In Ruth Chadwick (ed.), Encyclopedia of Applied Ethics, 2nd ed. Academic Press (2012)
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In response to recent scandals in the business world, many corporations have adopted various kinds of ethics programs for their employees: ethical codes, ethical training courses, compliance officers, ethical committees, and social audits. This article outlines some of the most common points of discussion pertaining to corporate ethics programs in particular and ethics in the workplace in general: whether corporations should adopt ethics programs in the first place, how such programs should be designed more exactly, and what specific values of workplace ethics such programs should include.
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