Certain types of reciprocity are appropriate; others are not in business. This article discusses three types of reciprocity -gifts, bribes or kickbacks -. And how to distinguish between them
One type of business reciprocity that would be ethical and appropriate is a gift, that is something that is given without any hope that you or your company wants to do something for that instead . Such a gift would generally be something small force, designed to create a warm, positive feelings and gratitude of people, or it could be given in the spirit of friendship and continue to have a good relationship. For example, some common gifts that would be ethical and appropriate is to give a bottle of wine, flowers, picture frames, small memento of some activities, calendar, poster, or any number of small embossed gifts available through the advertising specialty houses that can be personalize gift with the name of the recipient. As an example of this general acceptance of such small gifts, a number of these premium services are accepted in industry. Some owners are even in the direction of the local Chamber of Commerce, which shows that there is strong support for such a premium gift giving approved, ethical form of work. Some members of the Chamber also provide prizes for raffles, which are designed to get recognition for the company, but there are no strings attached for whoever wins the prize. As manager of the company, you might moral offer such a prize.
However, it would not be ethical to offer a bribe or kickback. A bribe is a gift or cash of value to influence someone to do something, but kickback is a gift or a cash payment of value paid by the exchange. The difference between giving a gift and a bribe is a bribe is large enough to influence someone to do something or not do something, but kickback paid for it, but there is no such expectation with the administration. For example, a bribe may be in the form of expensive free trip to the destination of a hotel or resort instead to promote a hotel or resort, but kickback could provide for free travel by the contract. Often hotels or resorts offer free travel to reporters on the meeting planners and travel agents to promote their hotel or resort, but it is ethical if there is no hope that reporters have to write a favorable article, the meeting planners to book meeting where, or to travel agencies have to pay their hotel or resort rather than another hotel or resort that would be a better deal. However, it is morally if journalists, meeting planners, travel agents or make a voluntary decision after the trip about what they want to do based on what is best for their readers or customers.
key difference marking the line between what is moral and not moral is the size of the object offered as a gift and hope that someone will act in response to receiving it or get it in the future to benefit the giver of the object of the way that they wouldn ‘t a work but to get a gift. This effect would be even greater moral turpitude if it leads the recipient to act in a way that is detrimental to others, such as offering inferior services or more expensive one because of receiving a gift. Worse fraction was offering a product or service that is harmful, such as sending travelers on a journey with a wholesaler that has inexperienced guides resulting in the death or injury of some participants.