Chick-Fil-a Chicken with Side of God Essays

2947 Words Oct 17th, 2015 12 Pages

Selling Chicken with a side of GOD

A Positive Ethical Organization

Chasity Wilson

Chick-fil-A: Selling Chicken with a side of GOD
We as Americans tend to focus on companies unethical behavior, lapses of judgement, corporate misconduct or the methods corporations may use to hide unethical business practices from the public view this process leads to national scrutiny. We seldom recognize an organization that displays positive-intentional ethic behaviors that are defined as acceptable by the American people.
The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the ethical standards of the fast food chain Chick-Fil-A and determine if the company establishes a code of
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