Corporate and Social Responsibility Policy

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I need a paper on social Responsibility Policy, I have included a very detailed description of the paper requirements. Please include at least 2 references and a reference page. Please list the references on the last page in APA format. When typing the paper please include a cover page, page numbers and headings. Please have the paper free of grammatical errors and double spaced paragraph format.

Please type the paper in Times new roman 12 font and 3 to 4 pages.

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I have attached a copy of the paper I submitted before this one which includes the standard cover pages etc. I have entered below the instructions:

Evaluate the impact of corporate social responsibility policy on the workplace and the corporate world. Also, assess the ethicality of an organization and identify the related stakeholders and their roles.

By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies and assessment criteria:

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  • Competency 2: Assess the impact of corporate social responsibility policy.
    • Assesses the impact of corporate social responsibility policy.
    • Assess the ethical nature of a selected organization.
    • Identify the major stakeholders and their roles and responsibilities regarding an issue.
    • Assess the impact of the issue on various stakeholders.
    • Assess the potential costs and benefits for various stakeholders in addressing an issue through corporate policy.
    Stakeholders are not limited to directly involved groups and individuals who benefit directly from the corporation. Often, the entire community is affected by an organization's actions, or lack of reactions. For example, board members, regulators, and consumers participate in the business process every day. To what extent should they shape or influence ethical behavior in business?Understanding stakeholder needs, as well as threats to the organization, is a key component of the process of managing ethical issues. It is equally important to learn to identify issues and put them in a context or framework, to facilitate management decision making. One of the challenges of marketplace globalization is creating ethical policies and guidelines that monitor how we do business in the global market.
  • To deepen your understanding, you are encouraged to consider the questions below and discuss them with a fellow learner, a work associate, an interested friend, or a member of the business community.
    • Workplace privacy is a very contentious issue today, because the growth of technology that might threaten privacy is outpacing the development of privacy laws. New technologies for communication and surveillance are not legally restricted because they are not yet addressed in existing laws. What right to privacy you believe an employee should enjoy at work? What right to surveillance should a company have in watching over the employees it is paying, and the property it owns? Where would you draw the line with regard to workplace privacy?
    • Think about a real-world example of whistleblowing with which you are personally familiar, or which you have heard about. Why might you feel pressure not to report what you know in the situation, and to what extent would it affect you? What would you do (or did you do) in this situation? Would a code of ethics you are familiar with, such as a military code that requires reporting of unethical behavior, influence your decision?
    • Analyze an advertisement that was misleading, and did not provide complete and honest information about the product or service. Your example might be from print, television, radio, or the Internet. It might be local, national, or international. How could this deception have been harmful? What action would you recommend to deter this type of deception in the future?
    • Suggested Resources

      The following optional resources are provided to support you in completing the assessment or to provide a helpful context. For additional resources, refer to the Research Resources and Supplemental Resources in the left navigation menu of your courseroom.
      Library Resources
      The following e-books and articles from the Capella University Library are linked directly in this course.
      • Rendtorff, J. D. (2009). Responsibility, ethics and legitimacy of corporations. Copenhagen, Denmark: Copenhagen Business School Press. Retrieved from http://site.ebrary.com.library.capella.edu/lib/cap...
        • Part 4 is particularly applicable to this assessment.
        • Assessment Instructions

          Complete the following:
          • Assess the impact of corporate social responsibility policy on the workplace and the corporate world.
            • Assess how, and to what extent, corporate social responsibility can be coordinated with an organization's obligation to maximize profits for its shareholders.
          • Identify a potential ethical issue at a real-world organization. You may use the organization and issue you used in the first and second assessments.
            • Assess the ethicality of the organization.
            • Identify the major stakeholders and their roles and responsibilities regarding the issue.
            • Assess the potential impact of the organization's choice to address or not address the issue via corporate policy. Address the financial and legal impacts of this choice on the organization, employees, and other stakeholders. In addition, address the potential impact on the organization's reputation.

Running Head: Parameters of Ethical Decision Making Tiffany Powell Capella University Parameters of Ethical Decision Making June 26, 2018 1|Page Parameters of Ethical Decision Making There are 5 different approaches in ethics, and in a business you cannot consider using just one. To run a business using the right ethics it makes since to implement a plan and measures that utilizes all 5 approaches. If only one approach is utilized, treatment wont necessarily be considered unethical but, the employees could run over those in charge and without guidance. There will be no structure! Utilitarian standards are surrounded by doing the most-good and little to no harm to every person. The rights approach is the most common that should be used but often over looked the most in organizations. The employees in a company are most impacted in the decisions that are made, but when a company makes a decision it’s not in consideration of how it will help the employee or their rights. Its more on the lines of whatever will make the company better and increase the most revenue. In a company, they often promote people from within which is what was used as leverage in the previous company I worked for “Agency Soup”. The supervisors that were full of good ethical standards and abiding by the companies’ rules worked with the employees on their team and made sure they were building what they needed to be promoted. Verses the other supervisors who were only out for themselves and making sure they always looked good. Those were selfish and took every measure to make sure that no one on their team advanced. This is an example of how unethical they supervisors were. In these types of ethical dilemmas there are few things that could have been done to fix the problems within. To start employees could not be afraid to speak up when doing anonyms surveys that ask about your experiences as an employee. This would be exploring the rights approach, as in every situation we all have rights but just need to know how to use them. There were also surveys that asked about management. Part of the issue was even though the seniors 2|Page Parameters of Ethical Decision Making and executives in the company knew of these problems they didn’t do much about them other than watch everyone watch a few videos and read some material. This often doesn’t help because they expect everyone to just do the right things but those who are being unethical because they haven’t been directly reprimanded. Often, they are so used to doing the wrong thing they don’t even know it’s wrong. The rights approach can also make things confrontational if not handled the right way because in this case everyone is standing up for themselves. In this approach, upper management should pay more attention to the teams who have the highest turnover rates and find out why. They should want to know why the people have such a negative approach about the company or a department and cannot wait to leave it. The approach Agency Soup promoted and stood by are as follows: “We live and breathe by these Core Values: Integrity, Golden Rule, Objectives, Excellence, and Profit. These values aren't just a poster on the wall—they guide our business decisions and define how we treat each other, our customers, our business partners, and our investors.” “Staying true to these values is what sets our culture apart from others. We believe that how we achieve something is just as important as what we achieve. And we know that cultivating a diverse, inclusive, and flexible work environment is critical to our achievements. That's why we promote from within, work hard and get rewarded for it, win the right way, and keep our doors open.” “We encourage everyone to bring their entire self to work. We celebrate people for who they are, the ideas they bring, and the energy they invest.” “We encourage employees to take ownership of their careers, and we have a history of and commitment to hiring from within. In fact, more than 5,000 people make internal job moves each year. Progressive continually invests in a variety of career development resources” (Progressive. 2018) This approach is the most ethical approach to me and that is virtue. Virtue says “the quality of morale in excellence, righteousness, and responsibility… a specific type of morale excellence or other exemplary quality considered meritorious a worthy practice or idea.” (Thiroux, J. P., & Krasemann, K. W. 2012) 3|Page Parameters of Ethical Decision Making Agency soup has a great idea of how things should be run, I just think they should try harder to make sure that management is being fair. I also think that more people should be open to speaking up for themselves. If more people were to speak up for themselves and voice their actual experience without the fear of losing their job. More people will start to listen and peruse making a change. It can be easily determined that the person, or few people complaining are not telling the truth or just don’t like who their working with when its only one or two people complaining. Which the leaves it open for HR and others to be biased. In conclusion if more people spoke up and forced management to have to do the right thing or move on. Then the company would save more on training, licenses, new hires, and lawsuits. This results in a hire revenue for the company and more in bonuses for the stakeholders within the company. The turnover rate would be lower, and the company would be able to retain more employees. Why should someone have to work doing something they have grown to hate because of poor guidance and unethical behavior have to loose time by quitting a career with great potential. There were others who quit but then reapplied to another department just to get from under the manager they had. If the approach of virtue that is perceived is practiced it would be a perfect and ideal world, along with the company itself can reach its goals a lot faster as less would have to be invested in new employees learning what the current ones already know. 4|Page Parameters of Ethical Decision Making References Our Culture. (2018). Retrieved from https://www.progressive.com/careers/working-atprogressive/our-culture/ Thiroux, J. P., & Krasemann, K. W. (2012). Ethics Theory and Practice (11th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson. 5|Page

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Running Head: CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

Corporate Social Responsibility
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CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

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Impacts Corporate Social Responsibility
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), this is a self-regulating activity model that assists
a firm to be integrated socially. The model gives an opportunity to various stakeholders to interact
socially. For instance, different stakeholders such as the directors, workers, and customers interact
socially with the entire organization and the public at large. Corporate Social Responsibility has
various impacts to the workplace and to the entire world. Its effects either positively or negatively
affect the operations in the workplace and the entire world. The following are some impressions
of Corporate Social Responsibility.
Firstly, Corporate Social Responsibility allows employees to be creative in the workplace.
A good social environment gives employees a chance to try and innovate new ideas in the
workplace. For instance, the generation of new, practical ideas and skills will be introduced in the
workplace through the introduction of corporate social responsibility (Schwartz, 2017). Thus,
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