Business Ethics For Dummies
Part I: Discovering What Ethics Is and Where It Fits in Business.
Chapter 1: Putting Ethics to Work in Business.
Chapter 2: Exploring Religion-Based Ethics.
Chapter 3: Examining the Study of Ethics.
Part II: Exploring Common Business Ethics Issues.
Chapter 4: Identifying (And Handling) Conflicts of Interest.
Chapter 5: Mixing Marketing and Ethics.
Chapter 6: Understanding Public and Government Relations.
Chapter 7: Spreading the Wealth: Executive Pay, Bonuses, and Incentives.
Chapter 8: Managing People: Discrimination, Privacy, and Safety.
Part III: Looking at Corporate Citizenship and Social Responsibility.
Chapter 9: Identifying the Stakes and the Stakeholders.
Chapter 10: Contributing to Charity.
Chapter 11: Protecting the Environment.
Chapter 12: Treating Competitors Fairly.
Part IV: Applying Business Ethics in the 21st Century.
Chapter 13: Establishing a Company’s Ethical Culture.
Chapter 14: Examining the Relationship between Ethics and Profits.
Chapter 15: Cooking the Books: Accounting after Enron.
Chapter 16: Gathering, Using, and Protecting Information.
Chapter 17: Going Global: Ethical Issues for the Multinational Company.
Part V: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 18: Ten Ethical Issues That Most Businesses Face.
Chapter 19: Ten Common Obstacles to Ethical Business Behavior.
Chapter 20: Ten Ways Managers Can Keep Their Companies Ethical.
Chapter 21: Ten Universal Ethical Guideposts.
Appendix: An Interfaith Declaration: A Code of Ethics on International Business for Christians, Muslims, and Jews.