Ethical business practices

December 2005
Pharmaceutical Representative;Dec2005, Vol. 35 Issue 12, p40
The article discusses the final part of a three-part series which focuses on ethical business practices. Businesses with an ethical incentive system give rewards to employees in proportion to their contributions to the goals of the business. Critical information systems must ensure that managers, directors and owners have access to all critical information. Leaders in within a company must serve as role models to employees.


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