Blog entry by David Oyo Ita
The Business Ethics course which we are currently undertaking in our MBA program teaches us to be fair in our dealings with our fellow men. This principle is to apply to those in the role of employees, employers, business owners, and individuals.
It supposes that the outcome of this will be success one's endeavor, financial reward, and most importantly, the trust of the party that has earned being treated fairly.
It is interesting to note however that fairness is not a one-time thing but must be continuously maintained as a breach of the ensuing trust will have dire effects whether in the workplace, among family members, teammates, friends, and basically all relationships.
Therefore fairness is the soul on which trust thrives and once it is lost such relationships are threatened by extinction