The Importance of Ethics to Sustainable Growth in Engineering Enterprise

So, predefined policies that direct employees are represented through the organizational culture which gives them proper sense of direction to accomplish their targets. Ethical standards are also greatly appreciated by the consumers. It has been observed that customers are biased towards those companies who follow ethical code of conduct. Ethical standards also include implementing Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in their production strategy.
The paper here essentially emphasises on the importance that engineering companies are supposed to pay on their ethical practices. Since engineering companies produce goods that are directly consumed by the society, they bear high responsibility towards the community. The paper here has taken the help of both secondary and primary data for the completion of research work on two countries, the United Kingdom and China and compared their attitude towards implementing guidelines. The study started with a brief introduction and then literature review. Literature review examines various theories related to ethical standards and its practices along with its positive affects that it creates on the workplace. The next part is the methodology portion in which the data collection methods and the research approach have been widely discussed. The methodology also discusses about the primary research that comprises of open-ended questionnaire survey. It also explains the research instruments applied in the study. The research findings collect the secondary data on the basis of the 9 questions that are discussed in the methodology part. The analyses and comparison of the outcomes with respect to UK and China are done in the data analysis part.
The engineering sector broadly deals with factories, machines, plants and machineries (Kopnina and Blewitt, 2014). The engineers employed are responsible for a company’s production operations that include building cost efficient techniques of production,