NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos & CSR 2022-10-07T09:21:42+00:00 Journal Manager Open Journal Systems <p><strong>NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos &amp; CSR </strong>is a peer reviewed journal and provides a platform to discuss new issues in the area of Business ethics and the global economy. The journal also seeks to advance the quality of research by publishing papers introducing or elaborating on Accounting Ethics and Goods &amp; Service Tax. It's a biannual journal, started in 2018.</p> Health Status and Substance to Addiction of the Construction Workers in Mysuru City 2022-10-07T09:21:42+00:00 Ananda P Devaraja R. <p>The more numbers of alcohol and substance addiction workers are frequently found in the construction industries. Substance to addiction is a big problem for construction workers. The exposed to a high level of danger and to perform occupational tasks nature of construction work is the most likely account for substance to addiction. To know the usage level of substance by the<br>construction workers. The present study Cross-Sectional study deign was adopted and 360 samples have been chosen for the study. The construction workers are very much addicted to the alcoholic (40.3%), and gutaka (10.6%) respectively. Majority of the workers hardly earn wages but they spent money for consume the alcohol and gutaka substances. The frequency of alcohol consumption seems to be quite high among construction workers. Substance addiction has become assimilate within construction. There is regularity drinking culture cause the infirmity of the construction workers.</p> 2022-10-07T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos & CSR Does Gender Biasness against Female Bosses/Leaders Persist: A Review 2022-10-07T07:31:14+00:00 Gauri Sharma Saanidhi Sharma Ruchi Sharma <p>In terms of educational achievement and leadership competency scores, women now surpass males. It is not enough to just disregard female supervisors. In actuality, workers take a little longer to receive feedback from female bosses. Implicit biases cannot account for these results either. Although it is often more common for employees to instinctively link males with careers and women with families as males are considered more effective than women, this propensity does not indicate whether they will be biased towards female employers. Women are frequently expected to be selfless, so when they express criticism, they go against the stereotype that they should always be helpful, even when the criticism is intended to benefit the employee. Though women have been great leaders in their profession but they are acknowledged and not given due regards and importance</p> 2022-10-07T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos & CSR Cryptocurrency: A New Era for Youth 2022-09-29T04:56:49+00:00 Kanika Budhiraja Surbhi Jain <p>More and more digital currency forms are being created each month. Although Bitcoin is the most wellknown<br>digital money, others, such Doge coin, have also gained popularity. It's just another eight-month<br>digital currency with its own unique features. Crypto currency works later with the help of block chain<br>management. A block chain is a type of software used by long-term digital currencies. Various experts<br>predict a bright future in both these new and monetary forms. We are in the early days of digital finance<br>and that these have very long lives left. At present we will not be able to get the traditional and ordinary<br>money with which we are familiar. The real coins that came to irritate the financial and mechanical<br>world are also fighting at an unusual rate. In today's fast-paced world, youth are eager to make money<br>as soon as possible. They are constantly looking for ways to make money, so they started paying more<br>attention to crypto currency investments. However, once young people start using crypto currency<br>seriously, they have no time left to write academic papers.</p> 2022-09-29T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos & CSR Case Study Analysis on Google Inc. in 2014 Published in Harvard Business Review 2022-08-29T05:13:56+00:00 Dr. Kiran Kumar Thoti Nisa Nurhanisah Binti Maderi Siti Suhaila Binti Mohd Nawi <p>Google Inc.'s 2014 case study problem-solving approach. Harvard Company Review case studies, like</p> <p>the one released that year on Google Inc., provide readers a taste of what it's like to deal with real-<br>world business challenges. In 2014, Google Inc. faced serious issues that necessitated in-depth</p> <p>research into the root causes as well as the promotion of several solutions and suggestions. When<br>comparing organizations that provide search engine services and related software, Google, Inc.<br>scores near the top. Sergey Brin and Larry Page are the Co-Founders of Google. Google has a wide<br>variety of endeavors, including internet advertising technology, cloud computing, software, and<br>others. Google has a broad age range in mind when setting its sights. Over a million servers are<br>reportedly in operation for the corporation at various data centers and online locations worldwide.<br>Every day, it processes more than a billion searches and 24 petabytes of user-created data and<br>information. The most important result is that Google Inc.'s income dropped because of an issue with<br>advertising prices, which occurred when many consumers switched from desktop to mobile devices.<br>Changes in consumer behavior and the direction of the market might result from the growing<br>popularity of mobile devices and the widespread use of Google's services. Competitors like Microsoft,<br>Apple, Yahoo, Amazon, and eBay have helped drive down the price of internet advertising and have<br>driven Google Inc. into a more competitive market. The case solution for the 2014 case study of<br>Google Inc. identified the most pressing concerns and the most influential shareholders impacted by<br>those issues. The procedure was called "problem identification" at the time. The suggested actions to<br>address the problems highlighted in the alternate solution. We concluded our research by suggesting<br>solid concepts as potential other solutions that the company may use.</p> 2022-08-29T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos & CSR An Analysis of Financial Literacy and its Impact on Financial Behaviour of Teachers working in Higher Learning Institutions in Hyderabad 2022-04-15T09:45:54+00:00 Gutti R K Prasad Byju John <p>In todays' fast-changing economic environment all over the world, literacy in finance is an essential requirement for everyone, whether student, employee or entrepreneur, to ensure the financial wellbeing of self and family. The importance of literacy in finance has increased recently due to the current pandemic, Covid -19, where many have suffered financially. They do not have sufficient savings and investment to use in these critical situations and do not have regular earnings to meet basic needs such as food and medical (health). Hence, the need to enhance financial literacy and behaviour occupied a prominent place in India and worldwide. However, financial learning is not the only skill required for responsible economic behaviour, they also need to consider proper financial attitude. The study aim is to analyse and understand the financial literacy levels of teachers&amp;#39; working in higher learning institutions in Hyderabad and their impact on their financial behaviour. The teachers are instrumental in shaping their student community to protect them financially and to uplift economically. A structured questionnaire was adopted to undertake the study, which contains two sections: section 1 includes variables relating to Socio-demographic factors and section 2 consists of variables on financial numeracy, knowledge, attitude, and behaviour. Descriptive analysis has been used to analyse the data and found that only 21% of the teachers' possess a higher level of financial numeracy skills, 23% have a higher level of knowledge in finance. Concerning financial behaviour, 48.5% of teachers working in higher learning institutions in Hyderabad have high financial behaviour. The study also identified that financial literacy influences financial behaviour by 59%. This study can help different stakeholders such as policymakers, academic institutions, and corporate entities enhance literacy levels in finance in general and teachers working in higher learning institutions to improve individuals' economic wellness.</p> 2022-04-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos & CSR Parents’ Attitude to Inclusive Education in Malappuram District, Kerala 2021-12-15T10:37:37+00:00 Sharafudeen Thanikatt <p>The current study explores the parental attitude toinclusive education in Schools of Malappuram district, Kerala. The participants were 51 parents, whose children had different degrees of Intellectual Disability and every one of them was attending mainstream schools at the time of the study and 49 parents of normal children. The parents completed a questionnaire examining their perspectives regarding (a) the foremost effective educational placement in mainstream schools (special class, mainstream class or co- teaching), (b) their satisfaction with the inclusive mainstream education, (c) their cooperation with the teachers, (d) the perceived benefits of their children’s educational placement and (e) their suggestions regarding the development of the inclusive educational model. Results indicated that the majority of the parents have expressed positive responds to inclusive education and would like their child to attend mainstream class with a co-teaching arrangement. Huge contemplations in regards to participation with the educators, absence of individualized data and direction, managerial and hierarchical issues were communicated.</p> 2022-01-03T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos & CSR