Provides an overview of the general legal responsibilities of an organization. Analyzes the current employment laws in the U.S. and their impact on employer/employees. Examines the supervisor's role in dealing with harassment in the workplace. Compares how appeals can be addressed in both union and nonunion environment.
Addresses changes taking place in the workforce and their effect on the supervisor and the organization. Explores a broadened view of diversity, including values, age, gender, disabilities, education, and culture. Provides an action framework for the supervisor to gain advantage by blending and capitalizing on the different skills and perspectives of people and creating an organization where everyone gives his or her best.
This course will focus on business practices from an ethical point of view. The student will examine such topics as morality/ethical theory, utilitarianism, Kantian ethics, justice and the market system, whistle blowing, trade secrets/conflict of interest, privacy, advertising, product safety, corporate social responsibility, international business.
Total: 9 Credits
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