issues a business needs to consider in its operational activities. P2 Explain the implications for the business and stakeholders of a business operating ethically. P3 Describe the social implications of business ethics facing a selected business in its different areas of activity P4 Examine the ethical concerns of the communities in which a selected business operated M1 Assess how a selected business could improve the ethics of their operations M2 Assess the social implications of business
Understanding Business Ethics Unit 37: National Diploma Assignment brief TASK 1: Scenario: Business ethics - a study of a selected company With growing interest among consumers regarding the business ethics of the businesses brands that consumers buy, Westminster council wants to conduct an independent review of some of the organisations that sell their goods and services in the borough. You have been asked to select one of the following brands and conduct research into their business ethics.
Unit 37 – Assignment 3 Social implications of business ethics Introduction In this assignment I have been asked to describe the social implications of business ethics facing a selected business in its different areas of activity. I have then been asked to assess these social implications of business ethics. The business organisation I have chosen for this assignment is ‘Boots’. Social implications (P3) Social implication is a term used to describe the actions of a business that will have an impact
a handful of anonymous referees who assisted in the selection of articles for this book. GNG KLN xi This page intentionally left blank Notes on the Contributors The Editors Greg N. Gregoriou is Professor of Finance in the School of Business and Economics at State University of New York (Plattsburgh), USA. He obtained his joint PhD in Finance from the University of Quebec at Montreal, which pools the resources, with Montreal’s three major universities (McGill University, Concordia University