1.As a university student, your institution’s social principles and practices reflect on you, as a stakeholder, in the organization. Therefore, it is your right to question how these practices should be evaluated in relation to the social issues that your school is addressing. If your university was paying minimum wage when necessary and applying the minimum legal standards to its employees’ work environment, it would be said to have fulfilled its ________.
2.As a university student, your institution’s social principles and practices reflect on you, as a stakeholder, in the organization. Therefore, it is your right to question how these practices should be evaluated in relation to the social issues that the school is addressing. If your university provides job-share programs, builds a day-care facility, and only uses recycled paper, it could be said to be ________.
A.fulfilling its social obligation
D.socially image conscious
3.An organization with a ___________ perspective on social responsibility is focused on maximizing profits.
4.The process of applying social and environmental criteria to an investment decision is known as ________.
5.Managers who consider the impact of their organization on the natural environment are said to be practicing ________.
6.In which of the following approaches of going green does the organization exhibit the least environmental sensitivity?
A.Light green approach
B.Deep green approach
7.At the ________ level of moral development, a person’s choice between right and wrong is based on personal consequences from outside sources.
8.At the ________ level of moral development, ethical decisions rely on living up to the expectations of others.
9.In which of the following stages of moral development do individuals value the rights of others and uphold absolute values and rights, regardless of the majority’s opinion?
10.________ represent basic convictions about what is right and wrong.
11.A ________ is a formal statement of an organization’s primary values and the ethical rules it expects its employees to follow.
B.code of purpose
C.code of ethics
12.Organizations create an ethical code that exemplifies the values and morals they want to uphold in conducting business. One category of an ethical code typically consists of being a dependable organizational citizen. Activities that can be included in this section are
A.complying with antitrust and trade regulations
B.complying with accounting rules and controls
C.providing high-quality products or services
D.demonstrating fairness and honesty
13.___________________ evaluate management practices related to the organization’s ethical code.
D.Independent social audits