Corporate Social Responsibility: Guidelines for Top Management

By Jerry W. Anderson Jr. | Go to book overview

Ralph leaves or they leave. As the boss, what would you do? As the company owner, what would you do?


NOTES
1
"The End of Corporate Loyalty", Business Week, August 4, 1986, 49.
2
Alan Sloan, "Go Forth and Compete", Forbes 128, no. 11. ( 1981): 41.
3
Maryann Mrowca, "Ohio Firm Relies on Incentive-Pay System to Motivate Workers and Maintain Profits", Wall Street Journal, August 12, 1983, p. 15; William Serrin, "The Way That Works at Lincoln", New York Times, January 15, 1984, p. F-4.
4
Janet Braunstein, "Ford Sets Record in Earnings", Cincinnati Enquirer, April 19, 1988, p. D-1.
5
"America's Blue Collars Get Down to Business", U.S. News and World Report, February 29, 1988, 52-53.
7
"Gobbledygook out", Miami Herald, December 6, 1977, p. A-17.
8
Alex Kotlowitz, "Finding Strikes Harder to Win, More Unions Turn to Slowdowns", Wall Street Journal, May 22, 1987, p. 1.
9
Darsen Dopps, "Industrial Espionage Costs Jobs at G.E.", Cincinnati Enquirer, November 16, 1986, p. F-1.
10
Hal Lancaster, "Fraud at Wells Fargo Depended on Avoiding Computer's Red Flags", Wall Street Journal, February 26, 1981, p. 1.
11
Walt Schaefer, "Grim Computer Message: Electronic Virus Chews Up Student's Notes, Projects", Cincinnati Enquirer, April 23, 1988, p. A-1. "Electronic Worms Infect NASA Apples", Cincinnati Enquirer, April 14, 1988, p. A-12.
12
Ed Bean, "More Firms Use 'Attitude Test' to Keep Thieves off the Payroll", Wall Street Journal, February 27, 1987, p. 33.
13
Gregory J. Mounts, "Significant Decisions in Labor Cases -- Steelworkers vs. Weber", Monthly Labor Review102, no. 8, ( 1979): 56-57.
14
"The Bakke Ruling", Wall Street Journal, June 29, 1978, pp. 1, 17, 18.
15
Alfred Blumrosen, "Strangers in Paradise: Griggs vs. Duke Power Co. and the Concept of Employment Discrimination", Michigan Law Review70, no. 1 ( 1972): 59-- 110.
16
Cleverly vs. Western Electric Company, 594 F. 20 638 (8th Cir., 1979).
17
Hodgson vs. Greyhound Lines, Inc., 419 U.S. 1122 ( 1975).
18
T. J. Condon and R. A. Wolff, "Procedures to Safeguard Your Right to Fire", Harvard Business Review 63, no. 6. ( 1985): 16-18.
19
Bruce Nussbaum, "Bracing Yourself for 'the Golden Boat",' Business Week November 3, 1960, p. 152.
20
Dennis Kneale, "Cutting Output, IBM Tells Some Workers: Move, Retire or Quit", Wall Street Journal, April 17, 1987, p. 18.
21
"Women's Wages", Wall Street Journal, February 20, 1987, p. 19.
22
G. T. Milkovich and J. M. Newman, Compensation (Plano, Tex.: Business Publications, 1984).
23
H. M. Finneran, "title VII and Restrictions on Employment of Fertile Women", Labor Law Journal 31, no. 4 ( 1980): 224.
24
M. Meyer, Women and Employee Benefits ( New York: Conference Board, 1978).

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