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Starbucks Code of Ethics

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Kristin McClain

on 18 April 2013

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Transcript of Starbucks Code of Ethics

Company Basics Code of Ethics Improvements Implementation Publicity Core Values Values, Principles, and Instructions http://www.starbucks.com/about-us/company-information/business-ethics-and-compliance Starbucks Code of Ethics Update the Q&A sections to include information that is more relevant to the everyday employee
Finding money at work
Tips
Incorporate into meetings
Training
Employee Review Process
Decision Making Checklist
Press Releases
Yearly Goals
Emphasize with "Green" and Fair Trade initiatives From Values to Behaviors Company Mission Kristin McClain (Towns) Statistics about Starbucks Specialty Coffee Shop
Focus on experience
149,000 full time employees
55 countries
"To inspire and nurture the human spirit - one person, one cup, and one neighborhood at a time." (statisticbrain, 2012) Purpose of Starbucks Code of Ethics Guide employees to make ethical decisions
Q&A boxes
Ethical Decision-Making Framework
Regulate employees by insuring it continues
Ethics ans Compliance Hotline
9 countries
Mr. or Miss Starbucks Honesty, integrity, lawfulness, responsibility, and good citizenship
Encourages employees to make ethical decisions
Teaches employees to ask questions
Ethical Decision-Making Framework
Table of Contents
Golden Rule and Publicity Test (Starbucks coffee, 2013)
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