The Ethics and Values of New Gen Health Science Essay

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DISCUSSION BOARD FORUM 1 CASE STUDY
INTRODUCTION:
I want to begin with my one of my favorite verse in the Bible. “Therefore everyone who hears these words of mine and acts on them, may be compared to a wise man who build his house on rock. Everyone who hears these words of mine and does not act on them, will be like a foolish man who build the house on the sand; the rain fell, and the floods came, and the winds blew and slammed against that house; and it fell and great was its fall.” [Published by Zondervan, Grand Rapids, 2000, P.1077]. Based on tis verse I want to evaluate the business ethics and values, Integrity, and the corporate culture of New Gen Health and Science and why Benji should take advantage of the opportunity and sign the
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Integrity
“Selling success is more an issue of who you are not what you know; while knowledge is necessary, sustainable success comes to the person who is driven by strong values and ethics.” [Published by Double lady, division of Random House, Inc. 2003].
New Gen Health Science sounds like a company that cares about people strive to make their life better. But you see the bluff when the infant started to cry and disrespectfully told the mother of the infant; who can be strong future customer, to leave the house. New Gen health Science a company runs with no integrity. “At its core, integrity begins with a company leader who understands the qualities of integrity which then filters down throughout the company into every department and every member’s approach and attitude.” If the person in charge is luck of integrity so does the business.
Corporate Culture
“Corporate culture is a virtue that describes and directs the ways company owners and employees think, feel and act.” The corporate culture of New Gen Health Science is so corrupt and unethical. Bribery rules the ins and outs of the company. To begin with, you can see how New Gen showers his employees with expensive gifts like apple ipad 4 to morally obligate its employees so that they

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