Ethics in business

Ethics, Compliance & Business Responsibilities

FGL considers ethics and compliance integral to the way we do business. To complete the contracting FGL considers ethics and compliance integral to the way we do business. To complete the contracting process, you signed an acknowledgment that you read and agreed to abide by three core documents: Code of Ethical Conduct Market Conduct Guide Insurance Producer Agreement As a company, we are committed to treating our customers fairly and ethically. The Code of Ethical Conduct makes that commitment by the Company and its employees. We expect our producers - the individuals and firms authorized to sell and distribute our insurance products - to share this commitment. The Market Conduct Guide provides a framework for meeting regulatory responsibilities. Because of the complexity and frequent changes in regulation it is sometimes only a summary and does not provide definitive guidance. The Insurance Producer Agreement contains important terms and agreements regarding your business relationship with FGL. Questions? Contact us by phone 800-445-6758 or email. Length: 00:02:41

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Money Matters: Jewish Business Ethics

myJLI.com Join us this January for myJLI.com Join us this January for "Wisdom of the Ages on Today's Economic Crisis," a new six-week course on Jewish Business Ethics from the Rohr Jewish Learning Institute. Money Matters, presents timeless Talmudic wisdom on real-world ethical quandaries. This course will call into question your business theories, challenge your assumptions, and help you gain clarity on the values that matter to you. Topics include insider trading, living wages, personal bankruptcy, CEO compensation, and freeloading. Sign up today for a truly remarkable experience. Visit myJLI.com Length: 00:02:24

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Diana Henriques: What Bernie Madoff Can Teach Us About Business Ethics

UNE's Paul D. Merrill Business Ethics Lecture hosted Diana B. Henriques, the author of the best-sell UNE's Paul D. Merrill Business Ethics Lecture hosted Diana B. Henriques, the author of the best-selling The Wizard of Lies: Bernie Madoff and the Death of Trust, and a contributing writer for The New York Times, where she has worked since 1989. Length: 00:58:22

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Teaching Business Ethics

R. Edward Freeman of the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia gives insights into R. Edward Freeman of the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia gives insights into "Teaching Business Ethics". This video is part of the Masters Seminars in Business Ethics video series. The series features thought leaders in business ethics addressing topics in their particular fields of expertise, including their approach to teaching business ethics. The purpose of the series is to make the best thinking in business ethics globally available free-of-charge for educators, students, and managers interested in embedding ethics into business practice. This series is a partnership between the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia and the Business Roundtable Institute for Corporate Ethics. Length: 00:36:57

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Botwinick Prize in Business Ethics: Mikael Ohlsson

Mikael Ohlsson, president and CEO for the IKEA Group, received the 2011 Botwinick Prize in Business Mikael Ohlsson, president and CEO for the IKEA Group, received the 2011 Botwinick Prize in Business Ethics, an annual award presented by the Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. Center for Leadership and Ethics at Columbia Business School. Ohlsson was awarded with the Botwinick Prize for his commitment to ethics, sustainability, and transparency. IKEA's business model aims to make functional, quality design accessible to all consumers, while utilizing the world's resources in a sustainable way. Length: 00:44:17

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euronews learning world - In business

www.euronews.com Running a company requires a variety of skills and abilities which increasing numbe www.euronews.com Running a company requires a variety of skills and abilities which increasing numbers of young business people are learning via management courses. But chosing the right one is not easy, and it is also important to remember ethics. Even the best business ideas can be sabotaged by bad practice. *Spain: mastering management* Richard Midikira from Kenya is studying in Madrid at the IE Business School, ranked in the World's Top Ten by the Financial Times: "The MIM programme is very intense, it gives you knowledge in different areas of business from operations and supply management to finance to marketing and accounting. So it makes you understand business from a very broad perspective and it puts you in a better position to give solutions to businesses from a broader perspective." The 'Master in Management' or MIM course is an international business programme for graduates with up to two years of experience. 93% of graduates from the course are employment within three months, many with large companies like Mackenzie, Google and Facebook. There are students of more than 40 nationalities currently enrolled on the course but this kind of education does not come cheap. The tuition fee is 30000 euros. *Ireland: kids in the boardroom* In Tralee, in Ireland, they are experimenting with one of the country's most ambitious educational schemes - the Junior Entrepreneur Programme. The idea is to talk about business with children aged between eight and 12 years old ... Length: 00:07:22

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Bethlehem Tilahun Alemu meets Jorgen Vig Knudstorp - Ideas Exchange - BBC

The Ideas Exchange is a series from the BBC exploring the minds shaping global business. It pairs up The Ideas Exchange is a series from the BBC exploring the minds shaping global business. It pairs up business leaders from around the world to discuss today's business landscape and their secrets to success. Ethiopian entrepreneur Bethlehem Tilahun Alemu is the founder and managing director of SoleRebels, which makes shoes out of recycled materials. Based in Addis Ababa, the company was created in 2004 to utilise the skills of the local community and create an eco-sensitive product. Ms Alemu was named African Businesswoman of the Year by African Business Magazine in 2011. Lego boss Jorgen Vig Knudstorp joined the company in 2001 and was named chief executive in 2004, taking over from Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen, whose grandfather founded the Danish firm in 1932. Mr Knudstorp has returned the failing family business to profit and transformed the way the company approaches industry. Subscribe to the BBC Worldwide channel: bit.ly BBC Worldwide Channel: www.youtube.com Length: 00:18:58

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Ethical Tourism (excerpt)

For more information on the complete resource: www.classroomvideo.co.uk This excellent resource is s For more information on the complete resource: www.classroomvideo.co.uk This excellent resource is suitable for teaching both GCSE Geography and BTEC Level 3 Travel and Tourism. It discusses ethical tourism practices and their benefits and costs for host communities, business and travellers. It contains interviews with both subject specialists and travel and tourism organisations including Tourism Concern and Tribe Travel. PLEASE NOTE: Embedding our clips in other pages is allowed for non-commercial reproduction - on condition that credit to Classroom Video Ltd is included, along with a link to our site www.classroomvideo.co.uk Length: 00:01:39

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Sheikh Hamza Yusuf - Business Ethics

Islamic business ethics. Taken from the series Purification of the Heart available for purchase on r Islamic business ethics. Taken from the series Purification of the Heart available for purchase on rumibookstore.com Length: 00:08:16

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