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Resultaten voor tag: Ethical Judgement

Corporate Social (Ir)responsibility in Times of Crisis

Corporate Social (Ir)responsibility in Times of Crisis

Datum:29 september 2020
Auteur:Peer Stiegert

Recently, the Netherlands-based travel agency Booking.com announced that it will lay-off around 25% of their global workforce due to the ongoing Corona crisis - despite having secured a $4 billion loan in bonds from investors to alleviate the crisis’...

Violation of expectations make the organizational scandal

Violation of expectations make the organizational scandal

Datum:17 december 2019
Auteur:Peer Stiegert

A recent scandal shook the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA), forcing the head of the agency, and several senior managers to resign. Allegations against the managers include sexual misconduct, nepotism and other abuses...

From Saints to Sinners – Public moral judgements of non-profit organizations

From Saints to Sinners – Public moral judgements of non-profit organizations

Datum:12 februari 2019
Auteur:Peer Stiegert

Our moral judgements are not so robust and consistent as we might think. In 2018, a group of managers at the non-profit organization Oxfam were accused of organizing sex parties in Haiti. In 2005, a group of managers of the for-profit organization...