If the majority of companies strive to conduct their business ethically, why is there a need to create laws? How are ethics different from the law? ...
How are ethics and the law the same? Support your answer with real-world examples.
Ethics are a personal or social standard that other's "should" live by. These are effected by environmental and influential experiences and what one ...
If the majority of companies strive to conduct their business ethically, why is there a need to create laws? How are ethics different from the law? How are ethics and the law the same? Support your answer with real-world examples.
Most of the time laws are written, approved, and then enforced by the level of government where they were written. For example, a State law is enforced by the state. A Federal law is enforced by the Feds. [
In other words; State Laws and Government Laws go through a process to get approved, written into law, and then are enforced.
Ethics are like rules of conduct. For example, Doctors have unwritten ethical rules or practices that they adhere to just because it's the right thing to do. They have the responsibility to take care of you to the best of their ability. It's ethically correct for a Doctor to do his best to help you with your medical malady, but it's not a law that he has to
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