Energize an introductory ethics course with ETHICS IN THE WORKPLACE 3e, a text that combines a strong foundation in classic and contemporary theory, examples and analysis drawn from the workplace, ethical decision-making models, and a constant focus on self-reflection and moral reasoning. Learning becomes interactive with this completely revised edition that urges users to examine ethical situations in the workplace through the lens of ethical decision-making models. ETHICS IN THE WORKPLACE 3e bridges the gap between theory and reality by focusing on ethics in the workplace and offering real-world examples of ethical situations workers face.
ETHICS IN THE WORKPLACE 3e users explore current American values and establish models by which to analyze them as they apply to accounting, finance, marketing, human resource, and management dilemmas. Drawing from news headlines and cases based on well-known people, there's never a shortage of relevant topics and applications. The text is a balanced combination of theory, examples, role plays, class discussion, and self-reflection activities that make studying ethics rewarding, interesting, and effective.
Former Director of the Applied Ethics Program at St. Petersburg College, Mr. Goree taught professional ethics and ethics education at conferences and workshops for teachers, school administrators, law enforcement officers, and other professional groups throughout the country. In 1997, the Florida Association of Community Colleges named Mr. Goree as a semi-finalist for the Florida Professor of the Year Award. He was also awarded the Carol Burnett Award for Ethics in Journalism. In September 2005, Mr. Goree was named National Community College Faculty Member of the Year by the Association of Community College Trustees. Currently in his fifteenth year on the faculty of the University of Texas, Professor Bredeson specializes in business ethics, business law, and discrimination law and has received several rare teaching awards including the Lockheed Martin Excellence Award for three years running. He is also among the youngest recipients of the Board of Regents Teaching Award and was UT's nominee for the Carnegie Foundation's United States Professor of the Year Award in 2010. Professor Bredeson recently published the STUDENT GUIDE TO THE SARBANES-OXLEY ACT with Robert Prentice and is the co-author of BUSINESS LAW AND THE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT with Jeffrey Beatty and Susan Samuelson. He earned his undergraduate degree from the McCombs School of Business and J.D. from the School of Law at the University of Texas.
1. Welcome to Ethics. 2. Ethical Principles. 3. Personal Ethical Development. 4. Shareholder Theory and Stakeholder Theory. 5. Ethical Selling, Marketing, and Advertising. 6. Technology, Testing, and Workplace Privacy. 7. Ethics and Diversity. 8. Ethics for Employees. 9. Ethical Lending and the Great Recession". 10. Two Global Issues: The Environment and Sweatshops. 11. Critical Thinking in Ethics."