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Under the U.S. Corporate Sentencing Guidelines,
if a firm has developed a strong ethics program, corporate executives found
guilty of criminal activity may have their sentence:
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As business becomes increasingly global:
Which statement characterizes the moral reasoning
typically found in a child?
According to a 2009 opinion poll, Americans hold
a dim view of:
At the core of rights reasoning is the belief
All of the following values are present in most
ethical decisions except:
In a 2010 study of 400 companies, what percentage
of firms said the benefits of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act outweighed its costs?
Cross-cultural contradictions arise due to:
As an additional employee benefit to promote
spirituality, companies have begun to provide employees with the services of:
A bottom-line mentality in business is reflected
in which statement?
Business executives are finding that a trusting,
ethical relationship with a business partner is:
Which of the following examples best illustrate
an ethics issue based on cross-cultural contradictions?
A just or fair ethical decision occurs when:
People’s ethical beliefs come from:
A conception of right and wrong is:
In the United States and Latin America, ethics
policies were found to be primarily:
If a manager approaches ethical issues with a
self-centered approach, emphasis will be on:
The unspoken understanding among employees of
what is and is not acceptable behavior is called:
Integrity-based ethics programs:
One of the most widespread and potentially
powerful efforts to combat bribery was initiated by:
Building ethical safeguards into a company’s
everyday routines is called:
A company that channels employee behavior in a
lawful direction by emphasizing the threat of detection and punishment is:
Which ethical criterion is described by the idea
that a company should strive for efficiency?
The critical component in installing an effective
ethics program is:
Ethisphere Magazine recognizes and rewards
ethical leadership and business practices worldwide according to their:
If a manger approaches ethics with benevolence in
mind, he or she would stress what?
Which U.S. Act prohibits executives representing
U.S.-based companies from paying bribes to foreign government officials,
political parties, or political candidates?
Which of the following is not an example of a
A giant step is taken toward improving ethical
performance throughout the company when:
Typically, ethics training is offered to: