Workplace Ethics are the application of moral principles, a set of values and standards of behaviour to be followed by all the employees in an organization. Be it Personal or Professional, Ethics help us differentiate right and wrong behaviours. In the context of Workplace ethics, there are two important elements – Workplace Policy and Business Ethics. The former includes all the rules, regulations, laws governing business operations whereas the latter is about actions with respective customers/ client. Equal employment opportunity is an example of workplace policy and use of marketing campaigns to communicate their customers can be an example of Business Ethics.

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