Value orientation

Values ​​are characteristics that are attributed to ideas, relationships, people and organizations by individual social actors, social groups or society. These characteristics are important and desirable to those who evaluate them.

Relevant to corporate ethics are characteristics such as tradition, moral values, religious values, justice, trust, reliability, spiritual values, helpfulness, loyalty, freedom, equality (including gender equality) and tolerance. These values ​​should be evident in the company's mission statement. It is important to implement the values ​​considered important by the company's management into the lived corporate culture.
Some current value-related keywords:
Social responsibility; value-based management; value-based corporate governance, sustainability.

See also:
Ethics/corporate ethics; corporate mission statement; fair trade; corruption; integration of disabled people; work stress; data protection; fairness; honorable businessman; ISO 26000
Reference to QET guidelines:
Q01 Leadership skills; Q04 Employees; Q02 Social skills; Ethics 20; T01 Guidelines; T02 CI; T05 Contracts; T06 Social media; T07 Target agreements; T08 Conflict management; T09 Error culture; T10 Suppliers
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