Table of Contents
- About the Author
- What Is Business Ethics?
- Theories of Duties and Rights: Traditional Tools for Making Decisions in Business When the Means Justify the Ends
- Theories of Consequence Ethics: Traditional Tools for Making Decisions in Business when the Ends Justify the Means
- Theories Responding to the Challenge of Cultural Relativism
- Employee’s Ethics: What’s the Right Job for Me?
- Employee’s Ethics: Getting a Job, Getting a Promotion, Leaving
- Employee’s Ethics: Making the Best of the Job You Have as You Get from 9 to 5
- Manager’s Ethics: Getting, Promoting, and Firing Workers
- Manager’s Ethics: Deciding on a Corporate Culture and Making It Work
- The Tense Office: Discrimination, Victimization, and Affirmative Action
- The Aroused Office: Sex and Drugs at Work
- The Selling Office: Advertising and Consumer Protection
- The Responsible Office: Corporations and Social Responsibility
- The Green Office: Economics and the Environment
- The Domination Office: The Star System and Labor Unions
The Business Ethics Workshop, v. 1.0
by James Brusseau
Chapter 1 What Is Business Ethics?
Chapter 1 "What Is Business Ethics?" defines business ethics and sketches how debates within the field happen. The history of the discipline is also considered, along with the overlap between business and personal ethics.