In this age of information overload, any regular person has more access than ever to see and evaluate the morality of a company. Mistakes and immoral decisions do not stay hidden, and high-ups in big companies are often faced with opportunities to lie and ignore morality in order to increase profits. This decisions comes down to greed, but also a responsibility to shareholders and employees. Should the company lie and make more money for the shareholders, or would the shareholders prefer honesty?
- Taking the morally questionable route for the sake of improving the bottom line
- Business decisions made from a personal ethical conviction leading to unwanted consequences
- Weighing the options to make the best choice possible for your business
“there’s a much tougher set of decisions to be made for entrepreneurs who wouldn’t dream of doing something blatantly immoral, but have to reckon with those who do.”
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