ASHFORD BUS 201 Week 1 Managing Ethically

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ASHFORD BUS 201 Week 1 Managing Ethically

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Ethical StandardsNameBUS 201 Prof. Stacey Taylor December 17, 2012Some of today's most promising careers require a devoted individual who can travel extensively without complaint or work extensive hours and if they are unable to do so their position could be in jeopardy. Many corporations feel if an important employee cannot travel or work the required hours, business operations could suffer and would probably find a person who is available to fill all the necessities required of the position. However, not everyone can travel or work long hours to that extent due to personal responsibilities such as children or other family members who rely on them. Therefore, corporations have learned how to consider ethical standards for employees who have families or other demanding responsibilities to better their relations with employees (Jones, 2011). Many valuable employees would be loss and ethical implications would occur to those corporations who chose to ignore the importance of personal time. For example, employees who are required to overwork themselves may start to show signs of stress and dissatisfaction with their career and home life. Problems at home may

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