BUSINESS MIDDLE SCHOOL

Select the correct answer. Peter has worked at a software company for many years. His company offers only the minimal benefits prescribed by law to its employees. What kind of business is this? A. moral business B. amoral business C. immoral business D. green business

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer:

Peter has worked at a software company for many years. His company offers only the minimal benefits prescribed by law to its employees. What kind of business is this?

the type of business offered by Peter's company is moral business

Explanation:

Such organization follow due process and work ethics which supports the law of establishment of such organization as well as the welfare of the employees

Answer 2
Answer:

Answer:

It is a Moral Business.

Explanation:

The morality in Business world refers to how ethical.a company behaves when it comes to their relationship with their employees, stakeholders, investors and the general public.

In this scenario, the company adheres to the minimal benefits the law has prescribed, without trying to avoid them. Practices like this should be admired as there are many corporations that even disregards this minimum standards.

However, it is better if this company do more for their employees as they are the backbone of a service oriented company.


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Answer:

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