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Business Ethics And The Nigerian Factor by Reference(m): 5:12pm On Sep 30, 2010
Fellow Nairalanders, will you offer goods and services (particularly high networth services) to those you know or are widely known in society to have corruptly enriched themselves; Is this a moral or economic challenge and how do you evaluate the risks/rewards. On the other hand if you have done so inadvertantly do you feel you are part of the nation's problems and wish to seek restitution. Can you live with it.
Re: Business Ethics And The Nigerian Factor by knice(m): 8:24am On Oct 07, 2010
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Re: Business Ethics And The Nigerian Factor by gajidele: 11:56am On Oct 07, 2010
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Re: Business Ethics And The Nigerian Factor by omolayo1(m): 7:43pm On Oct 24, 2010
@poster
Deriving Business Ethics from the Profit Motive/Nigeria factor. Some business people argue that there is a symbiotic relation between ethics and business in which ethics naturally emerges from a profit-oriented business. There are both weak and strong versions of this approach. The weak version is often expressed in the dictum that good ethics results in good business, which simply means that moral businesses practices are profitable. For example, it is profitable to make safe products since this will reduce product liability lawsuits. Similarly, it may be in the best financial interests of businesses to respect employee privacy(oneside), since this will improve morale and thus improve work efficiency etc.

Alot of things can be said about ethics but most important is that ethics to any business person/persons is a culture/standard the business follow which will favour whoever involve in it.

in nigeria contest: do whatever its take to make sure your company is at the saver side at all cost.
Re: Business Ethics And The Nigerian Factor by ecabbage1: 1:08pm On Oct 29, 2010
hai friends,
Good business ethics should be a part of every business.Many major brands have been fined millions for breaking ethical business laws. Money is the major deciding factor. Billion dollar profits blind the companies to their lack of business ethics, and the dollar sign wins.so every business should follow business ethics for the development of their business.
Re: Business Ethics And The Nigerian Factor by marcchardy: 1:30pm On Oct 29, 2010
hi,
We should follow the Ethics for the developmentbusiness without following proper ethics many business have failed. first we should follow and maintain a good ethics to come over in the business sector
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Re: Business Ethics And The Nigerian Factor by bobis: 5:19pm On Nov 18, 2010
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Re: Business Ethics And The Nigerian Factor by iice(f): 4:44pm On Dec 02, 2010
omolayo1:

@poster
Deriving Business Ethics from the Profit Motive/Nigeria factor. Some business people argue that there is a symbiotic relation between ethics and business in which ethics naturally emerges from a profit-oriented business. There are both weak and strong versions of this approach. The weak version is often expressed in the dictum that good ethics results in good business, which simply means that moral businesses practices are profitable. For example, it is profitable to make safe products since this will reduce product liability lawsuits. Similarly, it may be in the best financial interests of businesses to respect employee privacy(oneside), since this will improve morale and thus improve work efficiency etc.

Alot of things can be said about ethics but most important is that ethics to any business person/persons is a culture/standard the business follow which will favour whoever involve in it.

in nigeria contest: do whatever its take to make sure your company is at the saver side at all cost.

Interesting
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Re: Business Ethics And The Nigerian Factor by Nobody: 10:23am On Feb 06, 2011
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Re: Business Ethics And The Nigerian Factor by JohnNgene: 10:00am On Jan 04, 2018
Your intelligent comment on that N300,000 thread led me here.

If I understand your question well here, you're asking, for example, that if Diezani (who is widely assumed to be corrupt) walks into my shop will I agree to do business with her? Or if she employs me to be her fitness-coach will I agree?

My answer is:
Why not? She is simply paying for my goods or service. If she were to gift me the money, that will be another question.

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