Evaluation of the Impact of My Selected Business's Ethical Behaviour on Stakeholders and He Business.

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D1 - Evaluation of the impact of my selected business's ethical behaviour on stakeholders and he business.
From: Remigiusz Chodorowski
To: BP's executive manager
Purpose: Evaluation of the impact of BP's ethical behaviour on stakeholders and he business.
Date: 20/03/2013
There were always contorversries related to BP's operatons. People were divied into those, who treated BP as a company providing petrol of good quality and wiling to purchase petrol from Britsh giant, and to those thinking that BP is one of those big companies which doesn't care about anything but profit and acting unethical on their way to that profit.
Back in 2010 Gulf of Mexico accident happened, and then even more people started to hate BP. This
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All these companies are rivals, and BP while competing for contract needs to be sure that there is no corruption or bribery taking place. However, back in July 2012 BP was facing a Serious Fraud Office investigation relating to work the company has been involved with in Azerbaijan. The oil giant was understood to have been in contact with SFO investigators over the bribery allegations relating to engineering projects one of its contractors is undertaking in the west Asian state. BP declined to comment on the investigation into the latest bribery allegations. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/energy/9385312/BP-is-dragged-into-SFO-bribery-investigation.html#[->1] Human Rights – These are the basic rights and freedoms to which all humans are entitled, often held to include the right to life and liberty, freedom of thought and expression, and equality before the law. BP is familiar with this issue as back in 2011 UK Government said that BP is violating human rights rules.

Villagers living along BP's flagship oil pipeline been struggled to hold the companies accountable for alleged human rights abuses associated with its development. The pipeline brings up to one million barrels of oil a day from the Caspian Sea, across Azerbaijan and Georgia, to Turkey from where supertankers ship it to Europe.
The ruling states that BP failed to investigate and respond to complaints from local

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