Studying business is truly exciting and inspiring. Furthermore, you know that you are going to have a stimulating career ahead of you. In fact, you can’t wait to get started. The only problem is that you have to get a seriously decent degree first and that means writing essays on all aspects of business. You may have some subjects that you can write quite easily on and struggle with others or you simply may have a hard time getting your thoughts down in essay form. If you can’t get to grips with a subject, it is always more difficult to write about than a subject that you enjoy. Similarly, if a subject bores you, this will also make it difficult to write about it. Some students have both of these problems when writing about ethical issues in business; however, it can be an interesting and thought provoking subject and it is not difficult to understand either. You simply need to find the subject that interests you.
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If you read through any newspaper archives, you will find that, in the past, many deaths and debilitating accidents happened in the workplace. Furthermore, they were due to neglect on the part of the employer. For instance, in factories, hands or fingers were often lost due to them becoming ripped off by machinery. People were dragged into machines and mangled. The list of violent casualties is endless. Today, we have laws to keep people safe and, yet, accidents that didn’t need to happen still occur.
Health and Safety is an intriguing subject to research when writing an essay on ethical issues in business. The reason for this is that you can investigate how unethical business people operate today and compare and contrast them with businesses from the Victorian era. This is a particularly interesting area of research because for instance, you might question the ethics of a mill owner that you are researching. The question being where do business ethics stand when the law does not require mill owners to operate in a safe manner? In other words, can business people be considered corrupt if they do not perform humane safety procedures simply because the law does not require it? This type of research and writing is particularly useful if you study Law or History alongside Business Studies.
This subject is rich in a whole range of fascinating topics. For instance:
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