The Good, the Bad, and Your Business: Choosing Right When Ethical Dilemmas Pull You Apart

Seglin (department of Writing, Literature and Publishing, Emerson College) shows managers how to navigate everyday moral business dilemmas regarding pay, hiring and firing, and other issues, using real-life examples to demonstrate the difference between a “gray area” and an outright misdeed. He discusses the line between lying and posturing, addresses the question of spying on competitors, and tells how to align personal beliefs with business practices. Seglin is an editor-at-large at magazine and a columnist for the Sunday business section. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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