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Are corporations putting ethics and transparency ahead of profits? Are you aware of one?


 

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    Mary Norton (aesta1) 2 years ago

    Some businesses are changing, again, it is because it is good business to take care of the environment and the community. When you look at the Vision and Mission of corporations, they are all for the good of the community but are they really?

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    Mary Norton (aesta1) 2 years ago

    Eric, yes there are corporations who are ethical and try to be. It is difficult been in the consulting business where to get contracts, companies have often to resort to facilitation fees (bribery).

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    Mary Norton (aesta1) 2 years ago

    Well said win-winresources. Ethics is situational. Unless you have the facts of the situation, you can't really make a judgment.

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    Mary Norton (aesta1) 2 years ago

    I think corporations now are realizing the uselessness of these managers and are changing their structure but these practices really make employees feel cheated.

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    Mary Norton (aesta1) 2 years ago

    You are right. Sometimes, for businesses to exist or get contracts, they have to pay many regulators or government people. Sad, but it happens.