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Category Archives: Ethics
Corporate Social Responsibility…Where has it gone?
Posted on January 29, 2014 by craigruark
There have been a lot of comments about last night’s State of the Union address by President Obama. One of the issues that the President has put on his agenda is current Federal Minimum Wage rate that businesses are obligated … Continue reading →
Corporate Profits over Employee Compensation
Posted on July 16, 2013 by craigruark
What is the future for people who perform unskilled labor at a minimum wage? Will they be able to earn enough money to live a comfortable life? Or has corporate profitability destined these individuals to become modern day slaves who … Continue reading →
Posted in Business, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR),, Employee Relations, Ethics, Sustainability | Tagged Living wage, Minimum wage, Unemployment | Leave a comment
Green Energy and its Cost
Posted on May 8, 2013 by craigruark
There have been of late, numerous articles and comments made about green energy, wind and solar in particular, and the viability of those energy sources to dominate the now prevalent natural gas and coal power generating plants. Much of the … Continue reading →
Posted in Business, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR),, Environment, Ethics, Government Incentives, Green, Green Energy, Photo Voltaic, Price of Gas, Price of Oil, Solar Energy, Sustainability | Tagged Cost of electricity by source, Electricity generation, Energy development, Kilowatt hour, Sustainable energy, Wind power | Leave a comment