Introduction

Quaker Methods for Decision Making

The use of silence
Conduct of business meetings
Meeting for clearness

Quaker Testimonies

1. Honesty and integrity
2. Simplicity
3. Equality
4. Peace

Conduct of Business

5. Business and profit
6. Uncertainty and risk
7. Responsibilities of directors and managers
8. Obligation to shareholders and investors
9. Ethical trade
10. Environmental responsibility
11. Health and safety
12. Quality and safety of products and services
13. Advertising and promotion

Money Matters

14. Investments
15. Prompt payment
16. Financial accounts
17. Taxes
18. Remuneration
19. Gifts and donations

Working with People

20. Responsibility of employers to employees
21. Responsibility of employees to an employer
22. Customers
23. Suppliers
24. Competitors
25. Caring for oneself

The Community

26. Local community
27. Government
28. Trade Unions
29. Pressure groups

Unethical Business Practices

30. Gambling and speculation
31. Corrupt practices
32. Whistle blowing

Balancing Vision with Practice

33. Leadership and decision making
34. Management
35. Monitoring, awareness and audits
36. Confidentiality
37. Intellectual property

Technology

38. Privacy
39. Automation
40. Providing Open Freely Shareable Content
41. Accessibility
42. Security
43. Work / Life Balance

Quakers and Business is a charitable incorporated organisation in England and Wales No. 1157008 at Unit 12272, POBox 7169, Poole, Dorset, UK, BH15 8EL. Quakers and Business Group is a Quaker Recognised Body in Britain (BYM).
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