Company employees must be careful that their conduct cannot rationally be construed as a bribe or other inappropriate enticement to perform a business act or improperly influence the recipient.
A. (2.) Analyze the ethical issues at stake in the scenario and distinguish from legal matters.
c) Other sources that I would read are journals of those that were involved in incidents similar to these so that I get a better perspective of their thoughts, opinions, and what they think should be done.
If any client or persons that has any financial interest in a company is offered a gift or entertainment and accepts the offer, they are in the risk of complying with the “Integrity and Objective Rule.” A client should have a firm understanding of what is acceptable when accepting a gift. There are limitations on gifts such as the price of the gift. The occasion is a factor of whether the gift is acceptable or not, and how many gifts were given or how often gifts were given is taken into account when considering acceptable gifts.
The anthropology of gifts is also crucial to economics. Entire businesses and industries rely on gift giving as it helps understand the relationships in economy as a cultural system that is not just
Glenn Grouse from CO Springs Utilities has helped Randy and I in developing our DOT pre trip/post trip training as well as coached us with the driver’s evals. Glenn volunteered his time and has come to Penrose at 7 am four times. I talked with Alan and we are planning to send a letter to Springs Utilities complimenting Glenn. In addition we had talked about purchasing a restaurant gift card. Is that permissible and are there stipulations on the amount?
My view on giving cash as a gift is a good idea for someone. It allows the person that is receiving the present the opportunity to get what they want. The gift is to show that, I thought of the person and got them a gift for the special occasion. People who receive money can buy what they prefer instead of what I would like for them to have. I want to make the person happy. As I watch the gift being opened, I would rather a smile on their face, instead of them pretending like they liked the gift. I want to leave the person I’m giving a gift to satisfied with what they can get with the cash. It can also be a nice gift if you can be creative with it. In the book, Sandel states, “From the standpoint pf market reasoning, it is almost always better to give cash rather than a gift” (99). I look at it as I might think I have good taste in gifts I pick out and the person who I’m giving the gift to may not think that. Sandel also explains, “So if you really
a. Identify the ethical dilemma faced by the CIO in this situation using the three normative theories of business ethics. Identify all stakeholders involved. How will each stakeholder group be affected by the decision taken by the management?
D. Now days, I have often met and discussed something with many people, including prosecutors, my supervisor, colleagues, prisoners etc.