Introduction to Business Ethics
Simply put, ethics involves learning what is right or wrong, and then doing the right thing -- but "the right thing" is not nearly as straightforward as conveyed in a great deal of business ethics literature. Most ethical dilemmas in the workplace are not simply a matter of "Should Bob steal from Jack?" or "Should Jack lie to his boss?"
Many ethicists consider emerging ethical beliefs to be "state
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poor in U.S. standards, but in other countries this could be above par.
Many of the workers employed by the garment industries are children. At least 250 million children between the ages of five and fourteen work worldwide. Many human right activists along with politicians have heavily crusaded against the use of child labor in the world economy. The use of child labor is abundant in third world countries, where labor laws are quite relaxed.