CBK Business Ethic quiz GBA398

CBK Business Ethic quiz GBA398

When a judge must recuse themselves from a case due to a financial relationship with one of the parties.

Answer: Recusal (Conflict of interest)
Question 2 0 / 10 points

Combining ethical criteria and loci of analysis produces a matrix of

Answer: two dimensions (Ethical Climate)
Question 3 0 / 10 points

This landmark civil rights and U.S. labor law in the United States that outlaws discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.

Answer: The Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Civil Rights Act of 1964)
Question 4 0 / 10 points

This source of power comes from a belief that the leader has the authority to make demands and can expect compliance from others.

Answer: Legitimate (Legitimate Power)
Question 5 0 / 10 points

Calling attention to wrongdoing that is occurring within an organization.

Answer: Whistle blowing (Whistleblowing)
Question 6 10 / 10 points

A problem or situation that requires a person or organization to choose between alternatives that must be evaluated as right or wrong.

Answer: ethical issue
Question 7 10 / 10 points

A written collection of the rules, principles, values, and employee expectations, behavior, and relationships that an organization considers significant and believes are fundamental to their successful operation.

Answer: Code of Conduct
Question 8 10 / 10 points

Used to help enable employees to identify and deal with ethical problems developing their moral intuitions, which are implicit in everyday choices and actions.

Answer: Ethics Training
Question 9 10 / 10 points

___Unintentional Discrimination___

involves that which many not appear biased on the surface, but may still create an unbalanced and unfair work environment.

Question 10 0 / 10 points

What are the five types of ethical climates?


___law and code___(Caring)

___rules___(Law and Order)




Question 1 10 / 10 points

A situation in which an individual has competing interests or loyalties.

Answer: conflict of interest
Question 2 10 / 10 points

The reactions of organizational members to the values and beliefs of that make up organizational culture.

Answer: Ethical climate
Question 3 10 / 10 points

Any negative job action that occurs as a result of an employee making discrimination or harassment complaints or participating in workplace investigations.

Answer: Retaliation
Question 4 10 / 10 points

This source of power is based on fear of the leader and the belief that the leader can punish others for noncompliance.

Answer: Coercive power
Question 5 10 / 10 points

Established standards of conduct that are expected and maintained by society and/or professional organizations.

Answer: Norms
Question 6 10 / 10 points

A deterioration of mental efficiency, reality testing, and moral judgment that results from in-group pressures.

Answer: Groupthink
Question 7 10 / 10 points

A type of ethical theory which defines moral judgments in terms of their logical form (e.g., as “laws” or “universal prescriptions”) rather than their content (e.g., as judgments about what actions will best promote human well-being).

Answer: Ethical formalism
Question 8 10 / 10 points

Lying by omission involves intentionally:

Answer: withholding material facts
Question 9 10 / 10 points

Targeting a specific group for discrimination by setting an unfair standard for employment.

Answer: Intentional Discrimination
Question 10 10 / 10 points

This individual serves as the organization’s internal control point for ethics and improprieties, allegations, complaints, and conflicts of interest and provides corporate leadership and advice on corporate governance issues.

Answer: Ethics Officer