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Nominations For Ethics in Business & Community Awards Are Still Open!

Nominations for the 2013 Ethics in Business & Community Awards are still open! Nominations will be received through the end of Tuesday, January 8th, 2013.

The Ethics in Business & Community Awards recognizes individuals, community organizations and businesses that have demonstrated exemplary ethical practices.  Award criteria includes being respectful, fair, honest, striving for justice and embracing sustainability.  Awards are given in the following categories:

Small Business (5-99 employees)

Large Business (0ver 100 employees)

Non-Profit Business


Nominating only takes a minute! Please help us identify the most ethical leaders in Austin:

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The Central Texas Ethics in Business & Community Awards program was established in 2002 by the Samaritan Counseling Center.  The purpose of the EIBC Award is to provide a forum for acknowledging organizations and individuals that are exemplars of ethical practice and to encourage a dialogue about business ethics in our community.  By recognizing such behavior, we all learn that doing the right things is good business!

Nominations are gathered by Recognize Good, THE Foundation. Nominees are researched by Concordia University School of Business students studying ethical principles. The award ceremony is held in the spring to celebrate the award recipients.

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RecognizeGood: THE Foundation (commonly known as simply RecognizeGood) is a local nonprofit that provides a means for individuals, businesses and other nonprofits to illuminate selfless volunteers, charitable acts and community service throughout the greater Austin area. There are several active RecognizeGood programs that work toward this mission from different angles, but the common theme is simple – the illumination of GOOD in our community.