TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Business leaders gathered at Indiana State University Monday todiscuss ethical issues.
Network scholars from ISU organized the conference, as part ofethics week at the college of business.
Some topics for discussion were hiring and firing policies,universal healthcare and employee privacy.
The scholars wanted people to know that during a challengingeconomy it is especially important that businesses actresponsibly.
"Ethics isn't always cut and dried. There's not necessarily aright and a wrong. There are plenty of gray areas. And that's whatthis conference helps to show the students and faculty andcommunity. Because there are gray areas and sometimes tough choicesdo need to be made, conference executive co-director StephanieBalbach said.
Over 500 people participated in the conference.
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