I will pay for the following article Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility in Petroleum Development Oman. The work is to be 8 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. The company’ s business is a large-scale business accounting almost all of the country’s natural gas supply and for more than 70% of its crude oil productions (Petroleum Development Oman, 2014). In order to perform its operational activity at more than 5,000 producing wells the company employs about 6 .000 people and works with more than 35, 000 contractors (Petroleum Development Oman, 2014). Taking into consideration this type of business and the number of people involved, the company has extremely huge social and environmental responsibility for its activity.
There are two key objectives of the assignment. The first one is to provide an overview of the theories of business ethics to stakeholders and critical analysis of how Petroleum Development Oman Llc develops and sustains business ethics and how the company conducts business ethics to its stakeholders (including shareholders, employees, customers, suppliers, and government). The second objective is to review different elements of corporate social responsibility (CSR) and to provide a critical evaluation of the rewards/benefits of CSR obtains the Petroleum Development Oman Llc while implementing CSR.
There are many various definitions and interpretations of the term “business ethics”. One of the most common interpretations is that business ethics or values set the definitions of good and bad, right or wrong in the business environment (Payne, & Landry 2006). Further, these definitions become generally accepted standards in the business context (Gavai 2010). Thomas Garrett explains that business ethics is “concerned primarily with the relationship of business goals and techniques to specific human needs” (cited by Gavai 2010, 4).
There are recognized two traditional theories of business ethics: Raiborn and Payne principles and the Kantian analysis (Payne, & Landry 2006). .