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  • McGraw-Hill © 2004 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. .Chapter 3 Managing Social Responsibility and Ethics McGraw-Hill © 2004 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. .After reading this chapter, you should be able to: Learning Objectives Apply the four key ethical criteria that managers and employees should use when making business decisions. Understand why businesses establish codes of ethics as a method of guiding employee conduct. Recognize ways to encourage ethical behavior in business. McGraw-Hill © 2004 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

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  • This book is based on a series of papers and other material that the author (occasionally in co-authorship with others – see Acknowledgements) has written during the last decade or more. Several of these papers were from the very outset intended to be integrated in this book, but no chapter is identical to any previously published material. Other chapters are new and exclusive to this book.

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  • As a student of Business Research Methods, you will be wearing two hats. One hat or role is that of a student who wishes to pass exams in this area, so you will need to learn enough about research methods to write an assignment of appropriate standard and/or to pass the examination. This is your academic role, and this means we must look at research methods from an academic point of view. All academic work, as you already know, must take account of published literature (textbooks, journal articles, professional articles, relevant website information, company literature etc). ...

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  • Selection of chemical markers is crucial for the quality control of herbal medicines, including authentication of genuine species, harvesting the best quality raw materials, evaluation of post- harvesting handling, assessment of intermediates and finished products, and detection of harmful or toxic ingredients. Ideal chemical markers should be the therapeutic components of herbal medicines. However, for most herbal medicines, the therapeutic components have not been fully elucidated or easily monitored.

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  • The Documentary Film Makers Handbook features incisive and helpful interviews with dozens of industry professionals, on subjects as diverse as interview techniques, the NBC News Archive, music rights, setting up your own company, the Film Arts Foundation, pitching your proposal, the Sundance Documentary Fund, the Documentary Channel, the British Film Council, camera hire, filmmaking ethics, working with kids, editing your documentary, and DVD distribution.

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  • In assembly, the principle impact relates to the use of glues and adhesives. The main issue associated with the use of adhesives is related to the solvent content of glue and the consequent emissions of VOCs, although other hazardous substances may also be present in certain glues. Therefore, in order to minimise the negative environmental impacts of certain glues, criteria shall be set to limit the content of VOCs in adhesives and the content of hazardous additives.

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  • The Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART) is an affiliate of ASRM. Its membership includes more than 90% of American fertility clinics. SART has strict membership requirements. As a condition of membership, clinics must report their outcomes to the CDC as well as to SART, have accredited embryology laboratories, adhere to the Ethics and Practice Committee guidelines of ASRM, and have appropriately trained staff. Failure to adhere to these criteria can result in revocation of membership.

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  • The concept of aesthetic labour is partly seen from the perspective of ethics. There may be strictly applied selection criteria for the recruitment and selection of new employees. For an appointments panel such a situation could cause conflict between organisational requirements and personal private views on what is moral or fair. The ethical problem concerns the Human Resource manager, who wishes to appoint someone, but who needs professional reasons for appointing a less attractive person.

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  • If the Evaluation Council requires an HEI to undergo a re-audit of its quality system, the targets that are in essential need of development and will be subject to the re-audit are recorded in the Council’s decision. In the re-audit, the institution is expected to present evidence showing that it has improved its quality system so that the audit targets evaluated in the re-audit as a whole have progressed to at least the level of ‘developing’. Re-audits use the same criteria as the actual audits (see Appendix 1).

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