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Company name
Level of ethical
behavior ratings
Policies that hinder or promote ethical
behavior.
Coca-Cola
(Customer)
Medium
Egoism ethical theory- the company policies
require the company employees to decide right
from wrong based on the self-interest of the
company. Their decisions leads to earning
misrepresentation, monopolistic practices, and
problems with distributors (Hunt, 2018).
Misrepresentation of company profits and tax
avoidance.
Amazon
(Customer)
Low
Low wages and poor treatment of workers, for
example, in 2018, there were reports on the
mistreatment of Chinese employees.
Lack of policies on toxic chemicals and the
disposition of hazardous substances produced
during manufacturing (Hunt, 2018).
ASDA Walmart
(Customer)
Low to medium
Employee discrimination, where employees are
not paid equally.
Failure to observe animal rights. Meat and dairy
products were sold without organic or free-range
labels and lack of policies on animal testing
despite selling brands that test on animals (Hunt,
2018).

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Running Head: ORGANIZATIONAL ETHICS Organizational ethics Name Institution ORGANIZATIONAL ETHICS Company name Coca-Cola 2 Level of ethical Policies that hinder or promote ethical behavior ratings behavior. Medium Egoism ethical theory- the company policies (Customer) require the company employees to decide right from wrong based on the self-interest of the company. Their decisions leads to earning misrepresentation, monopolistic practices, and problems with distributors (Hunt, 2018). Misrepresentation of company profits and tax avoidance. Amazon Low (Customer) Low wages and poor treatment of workers, for example, in 2018, there were reports on the mistreatment of Chinese employees. Lack of policies on toxic chemicals and the disposition of hazardous substances produced during manufacturing (Hunt, 2018). ASDA Walmart (Customer) Low to medium Employee discrimination, where employees are not paid equally. Failure to observe animal rights. Meat and dairy products were sold without organic or free-range labels and lack of policies on animal testing despite selling brands that test on animals (Hunt, 2018). ORGANIZATIONAL ETHICS Patagonia Medium to high (Customer) 3 Clear labor policies on employee treatment like paid leave on paternity and maternity leave and safe working environment (O'Brien, 2018). Clear policies on reducing environmental risks which involve recycling most of its fabrics and reuse programs of their products. Starbucks (Customer) High T ...
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