Tag: Business ethics

Business Ethics

  The three probable models of conflicts that can occur during the auditing process include the self-interests’ professional standards conflicts. The majority of the motivators that the common model of conflict starting with the self-interests imply that the primary conflict starts with the manner in which an individual benefits and that the conflict demonstrates that individual benefits emanate from the self-interest conflicts (Stanwick, P., & Stanwick,…

Business ethics

A shareholder refers to any person, institution, or company that owns at least one share of the company’s stock. Ethics concerns the examination of actions that constitute moral behavior. It involves assessment of wrong and right, greed and generosity, and fairness and injustice. As unethical actions may harm the stock’s price, the ethical behavior may improve the health, value, and image of the company. In…