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Business Law And Ethics

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Supervisors blend the role of a leader and manager in guiding a team of employees to achieve the goals of an organization. In this role, supervisors are expected to act both legally and ethically and are expected to provide an example for their team. This course will explore the relationship between law and ethics and set the stage for the importance of conducting oneself in a legal and ethical manner to protect the organization. Students will complete an ethics self-assessment to guide them in decision making when faced with ethical situations. This course provides 0.6 continuing education units in one, 6-hour workshop.

This non-credit course is 1 week To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 0
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 1 week

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    Ethical Decision-Making in the Legal and Regulatory Environment

    • Determine ways that legal and ethical decision-making can benefit an organization
    • Identify the sources of laws and regulations that affect business
    • Contrast the difference between laws and regulations, considering ethical issues
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