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Tesco: Code of Business Conduct Student’s name: Course: Instructor’s name: Table of Contents Introduction 3 Critical Analysis of the Code of Business Conduct 3 Tesco’s code of business conduct 3 Analysis of Tesco’s code of business conduct 5 Strengths: 6 Weaknesses: 6 Component 1: Support from the top 8 Component 2: Commitment and values 9 Component 3: Effective communication 9 Conclusion 10 References 11 Introduction 3 Critical Analysis of the Code of Business Conduct 3 Tesco’s code of business conduct 3 Analysis of Tesco’s code of business conduct 5 Strengths: 6 Weaknesses: 6 Component 1: Support from the top 8 Component 2: Commitment and values 9 Component 3: Effective communic…

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The secret of the organisation’s continued success stems, in part, from its conformity to a code of business conduct which provides guidelines for various personnel in different facets of the organisations’ operations and interactions with stakeholders. In this regard, the current paper aims to critically analyse the organisation’s code of business conduct and to identify three key components that demonstrate the company’s values and business ethics. This analysis will initially provide a description of Tesco’s code of business conduct and its analysis. A discussion of the three key components will subsequently ensue. Critical Analysis of the Code of Business Conduct Tesco’s code of business conduct Tesco’s code of business conduct is accessible through the online medium: http://www.tescoplc.com/media/126222/code_of_business_conduct.pdf. ...
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