26. A bottom-line mentality in business reflected in which statement?
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26. A bottom-line mentality in business is reflected in which statement?
A. “I want it.”
B. “We have to beat the others at all costs.”
C. “Help yourself and those closest to you.”
D. “Foreigners have a funny notion of what’s right and wrong.”
27. A purchasing agent directing her company’s orders to a firm which she received a valuable gift, is an example of:
A. Conflict of interest.
B. Ethical relativism.
C. Moral development.
28. Cross-cultural contradictions arise due to:
A. The emergence of a developing country’s economic power.
B. Religious differences practiced by business executives.
C. Differences between home and host countries’ ethical standards.
D. All of the above.
29. Which of the following examples best illustrate an ethics issue based on cross-cultural contradictions?
A. Legally marketing a pesticide abroad that has been banned in the U.S.
B. Circumventing government regulations to ensure company profits.
C. Hiring child workers in violation of civil law.
D. False and misleading advertising claims.
30. As business becomes increasingly global:
A. It must turn to national laws for guidance.
B. Ethical issues become issues of free trade.
C. A global code of conduct will emerge for businesses.
D. Cross-cultural contradictions will increase.
31. According to a 2009 opinion poll, Americans hold a dim view of:
A. Organized labor.
B. The Supreme Court.
D. Wall Street executives.
32. Scholars found that spirituality:
A. Negatively affects employee and organizational performance.
B. Positively affects employee and organizational performance.
C. Has no affect on employee and organizational performance.
D. Only affects the employee performance of not for profit organizations.
33. As an additional employee benefit to promote spirituality, companies have begun to provide employees with the services of:
C. Financial advisors.
34. Which statement characterizes the moral reasoning typically found in a child?
A. “When in Rome, do as the Romans do.”
B. “I’ll let you play with my toy if I play with yours.”
C. “Seek the greatest good for the greatest number.”
D. “Respect the rights of others.”
35. Mature adults typically base their ethical reasoning on broad principles and relationships such as:
A. Human rights and constitutional guarantees of human dignity.
B. Universal principles of justice.
C. Customs and traditions show by their peers.
D. Both A and B, but not C.