On Friday, the 10th of May 2019, the Indo-German Chamber of Commerce, the Friedrich Ebert Foundation and the Xavier School of Management organized a seminar on the legal, ethical, moral and spiritual challenges in today's working environment
A highly competitive market is often leading to decreasing wages and puts a lot of pressure on the working sector. It is arising the questions – what is considered to be ethically justifiable? – Do businesses have a certain responsibility towards society?
In regard to this question Ozzie Mascarenhas referred to a definition of ethics which says that not the law is telling you what is right or wrong, your conscious plays the key role.
A panel discussion gave an overview of different stakeholders offering different solutions to ensure higher productivity, fostering of good human relations, employee development and image building in the broader society.
During a Q & A Session the audience was able to address the stakeholders directly. The whole event was finished by high tea which was used for some networking.
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About HY-5: the green hydrogen initiative from Northern Germany
The business development organisations from the five federal states of Bremen, Hamburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Niedersachsen and Schleswig-Holstein have joined forces to form the green hydrogen initiative HY-5. The aim is to promote the settlement of new companies on an international scale and to support the resident companies. Doing so, Northern Germany introduces itself as a strong emerging region for green hydrogen in the heart of Europe and presents solutions along the entire value chain for green hydrogen....More