By Jacek Sojka, Jacek Sójka, Johan Wempe
Increasingly businesses' stakeholders require organizations to monitor foreign criteria prescribed through overseas legislation, treaties, conventions, concepts, and/or codes of behavior. The papers chosen for this quantity discover 1) the moral pressures on overseas enterprise to satisfy the demanding situations of variety, 2) prompt equipment of dealing with variety, and three) the demanding situations required to beat company self-interest within the look for new tools. jointly those articles mirror scholarly insights and company responses to variety in foreign company, an issue of broad curiosity in modern enterprise ethics.
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38 Andre NijhoJ et al. Monological approach The first alternative builds on the assumption that people can, and should, determine for themselves what is right and wrong. An ethics program that takes this assumption as a starting point should be designed to enable and encourage employees to reflect on their own values in taking decisions. This is reffered to as a monological approach for determining ethical behaviour. The advantages and disadvantages of a monological approach are listed in Table II.
Respondent: Particularly if it is some old boy or some old girl that comes in . . I find I end up offering them more because you feel so awful. It is a case of ethics and I think it is quite a difficult one to balance. I was saying to someone the other day it is between where's the line between making a reasonably good profit and getting to the point that you are cheating someone. Only you can make that decision. They can make it but they might not have the knowledge to base it on. Most people are beginning to know, they have got an idea.
2000 Kluwer Academic Publishers. Andre Nijhof Olaf Fisscher Jan Kees Looise In a dialogical approach, the communications between decision makers and other stakeholders involved are the foundations for determining a responsible solution. Because each approach is appropriate for certain issues, a well-chosen combination is justified. Such an ethics program should be strict on certain issues but leave room for reflection and interaction on other issues. KEY WORDS: code of conduct, ethical decisionmaking, ethics program, indoctrination of employees, resistance Introduction The process of developing an ethics program is a well-discussed topic in the literature on business ethics (see for example Paine, 1994; Weaver, Trevino and Cochran, 1999).