Competition in Energy Drinks, Sport Drinks, and Vitamin-Enhanced Beverages
Question 1 | | 1 / 1 point |
Integrative social contracts theory maintains that
Question options: | there is no such thing as "moral free space"�all ethical standards are determined by societal norms, and individuals have an implied social contract to live up to these standards. | | few nations or cultures have common moral agreement on what is ethically right and wrong. | | there should be no absolute limits put on what actions and behaviors fall inside the boundaries of what is ethically or morally right and which actions/behaviors fall outside. | | "first-order" universal ethical norms take precedence over "second-order" local ethical norms. | | each country/culture/society has commonly held views …show more content…
Good corporate citizens
Question options: | go beyond meeting society's expectations for ethical strategies and business behavior by fostering social benefit and balancing the interests of all. | | are active participants in the political process. | | identify up-and-coming managers who have a future in local- or state-level politics. | | create a democratic workplace whereby the voices of lower-level employees are heard through representation on the board of directors. | | All of these | Question 5 | | 1 / 1 point |
Which of the following is not generally on a company's menu of actions to consider in crafting a strategy of social responsibility?
Question options: | Actions to ensure that the company operates in an honorable and ethical manner | |