Business Ethics And Corporate Social Responsibility
Arvind Dewangan 1 Rekha Gupta 2 R. K. Mittal 3
1 Department of Civil Engineering, Haryana College of Technology and Management Kaithal, Haryana, India. Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
2 Rekha Gupta, Department of Management, Haryana College of Technology and Management Kaithal, Haryana, India. email: email@example.com.
3 R. K. Mittal, Department of Commerce S. D. P. G. College Muzaffar Nagar, U.P.
Today the attention to business ethics is on the rise across the world and many companies realize that in order to succeed, they must earn the respect and confidence of their customers. Now corporations are being asked, encouraged and prodded to improve their business practices to emphasize legal and ethical behavior. This is the age of big businesses and people are living in a global economy. Business ethics are important to protect individual rights, and encourage human rights, abide by the law, and protect the environment. Ethics is the principles, norms, and standards of conduct governing an individual or group (Trevino & Nelson, 2006). Business ethics is the written and unwritten rules, standards and policies in which businesses control the actions that occur daily within the organization. Business ethics looks at ethical ideology and moral or ethical problems that occur in a business. Business ethical issues are about fairness, honesty, and respect for others. Three ethical issues within today’s business environment that affect communities and organizations are conflict of interest, privacy of personal information, and harassment:- sexual and otherwise.
Key words: 1. Ethics, 2. Human Values 3. Corporate, 4. Social, 5. Results.
Sub Area: - Technical Education.
Broad Area: -Management as a whole.
International eJournal of Mathematics and Engineering
Volume 2, Issue 2, Pages: 967 - 970