Ethical Practises of Pakistan Gems and Jewelry Development Company

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BUSINESS ETHICS
REPORT
ON ETHICAL PRACTISES OF
PAKISTAN GEMS AND JEWELRY DEVELOPMENT COMPANY

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

First of all we would like to thank Allah Almighty for giving us the strength, Knowledge and resources to make our work easy and possible. Without His blessings we would not have come this far. Then we the student of Bahria University would like to thank our course instructor Sir Shaikh Muhammad Ali who taught us Business Ethics and for giving us an opportunity to make a report on Pakistan Gems and Jewelry Development Company.
We would like to thank Mr. Khalid Aziz the General Manager of the company who take out some time and briefed us on our queries, without whom this report would not be possible.

Executive summary
This report contains information about one of the jewelry manufacturing company of Pakistan named Pakistan Gems and Jewelry Development Company. The report consists on the following: company’s history, vision and mission statement, core values, its strategies. Through our survey while preparing our report and gathering information on PGJDC we came to know about certain things which gave us an upper hand to make our report more interesting and they are the compulsion and benefits being offered by PGJDC to its employees.
In the last we compiled the training program of PGJDC which is definitely the core ingredient of this report.
At the very end we have provided the URL links from which we take some information while preparing our report.

S.NO | TOPIC | PAGE No. | 1. | Acknowledgements | 3 | 2. | Executive Summary | 4 | 3. | History | 4 | 4. | Vision and Mission | 4 | 5. | Core values | 5 | 6. | Target Market | 5 | 7. | Future Plans | 5 | 8. | Strategies | 6 | 9. | Training center | 7 | 10. | Code of ethics | 8 | |…...

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