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HC2121 Comparative Business Ethics Assignment Brief
This assignment is relevant to comparative business ethics and social responsibility which is defined the social accountability, respectfulness, confidentiality, compliance and adherence to the law,team work, commitment, honesty, transparency
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Detailed Information Of Subject Assessments
Task 1: Individual Essay
“Imagine yourself in a situation where you are a manager in a government establishment. A bid has been submitted to your office for supply of new computers and your best friend’s company (Radax) is one of the bidders. Your friend has spoken to you about the bid and you have realized that Radax does not really have the best bid. Describe the ethical concerns that have arisen from this scenario. Do you think your choice would be most affected by your individual moral development or by the cultural values of the organisation for which you work? Explain”
Students are required to write a critical analysis essay based on the above topic. It is expected that student should write approximately 1,500 words. A minimum of 8 references from reputable sources are required.
Format: Essay format, times new roman, 12 point, 1.5 line