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    On Reporting Unethical Behavior within an Army Unit Oliver Stone’s 1986 movie, Platoon, tells the story of a U.S. Army infantry platoon conducting operations in Vietnam. Throughout the film, the soldiers conduct unethical acts such as murdering civilians, threatening children, and attempting rape. Other members of the platoon, who do not agree with this behavior, are faced with a difficult question: do they stand by and allow their peers to engage in this unethical behavior? This paper addresses

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    incidents with employees making unethical decision or partaking in an unethical behavior. Some common examples are the misrepresentation of performance, and theft from one’s organization or employer. According to the US Chamber of Commerce (2012), employees’ stealing from their employers was estimated to be about $40 billion yearly. Values are the motivational construct for what we consider important in our lives (Hannah et al, 2013). It provides a guide for ethical behavior but difference in the values

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    Generally, when companies get bigger such that they serve customers around the globe, they are always in danger of being victims of unethical behaviors (Barsky, A. 2008). This is because their concern is making huge sums of profit forgetting that they ought to be responsible for the welfare of its employees and the world in general. Unethical behaviors in business simply start as a minor crime which seems to harmless to people, but later it grows into a major parody that can upset or harm many people

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    This paper critically looks at unethical behaviors in correctional facilities. It begins by looking at the implication of the behavior, forces that inform the behavior as well as manner in which the behaviors affect the respective institutions. Unethical behaviors undermine ability of correction facilities to achieve its goals and therefore needs to be addressed adequately. Thomas v. Department of Public Safety & Corrections case. Louisiana 2015. Denial of medication for the inmate by the officers

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    Do you know what an ethical and unethical behavior is? Ethical means everything that is related to the moral behavior of the human being and his posture in the social environment. Ethical is the adjective and ethics is the noun. Ethics studies the moral principles that guide humans’ conduct. Ethics has a lot to do with the individual’s choice, that choice can affect others in a good or bad way; we can also say that ethics is like a superior who will evaluate the choice made by the person. This usually

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    day, whether it be on or off duty. Understanding what contributes to law enforcement officers to commit unethical acts is quit difficult. It falls along the lines of understand why serial killer commit their heinous acts of murder. Using the case study of the Kansas City Police Department SCORE unit we will describe the unethical behaviors that took place, what contributed to the unethical behavior, and the leadership role throughout the Kansas City Police Department SCORE. The Department having lost

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    Unethical Behavior in Negotiations The business industry provides people with an environment where deception is not necessarily as harmful as one might be inclined to believe. Individuals involved in negotiations are likely to lie or to change the subject in order to prevent their interlocutors from being able to read them. Even when some negotiations are more complex and the persons involved have a background in doing business together people are probable to employ diverse strategies with the intention

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    protect and serve our community. However, some situations can expose corrupt police officers partaking in unethical behavior while protecting and serving the community. In this paper I will discuss the unethical behavior of a group of police officers from Baltimore, Maryland. This is an ongoing investigation that keeps producing more evidence of other officers partaking in unethical behavior. ISSUES WITH THE OFFICERS ACTIONS Baltimore Police Department had a special unit known as Gun Trace Task Force

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    teach students the financial implications of unethical acts, such as the risk of fines, penalties, lawsuits, and damaged reputations. It is true these actions negatively affect the firms bottom line but more importantly the students need to learn that unethical behavior can actually harm employees in tangible, nonmonetary ways. This harm can also propagate to the family and friends of the victim and other coworkers who whiteness these unethical behaviors such as bullying and discrimination. Business

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    Unethical Police Behavior

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    Police officers have a duty, the power and authority in order to perform their job efficiently. There has been so much unrest between police officers and the African American community. Police officers, not all, have been displaying unethical behavior towards the African American Community. How, by using excessive force when it is not necessary or needed. Why is this? This may be because police officer has an underlying hatred and the absence of care for this racial group. Is it because African American

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