Nowadays, the community in general, recognizes the value and contribution that ethics represents for its sustainability. Identifying and applying the steps of an ethical decision-making process becomes thus central to any business model and may add value to the community where it operates. So, the ethical approach in business and community becomes a current issue, not only in theory but above all in practice. A company's ethical decision process consists of choosing one of several possible actions or policies, seeking widespread recognition and consent, and then advising decision makers to take a particular course of action. All these steps should be applied when thinking about how you can contribute to community sustainability. Therefore, there is a need to make ethical decisions when there are moral dilemmas and most of these dilemmas arise in organizations' relationships with other stakeholders, including the community in general, as they must face various situations that test ethical principles. The ethical dilemma occurs when a person must choose a possible course of action, but with respect for standard ethics. Ethical dilemmas arise in the first place when reporting the organization's economic and social performance, a particularly sensitive situation, especially in conditions of lack of comprehensive information that can create a global image of the state of the economy and the organization's responsibility. The micro-module will introduce ethics and how to make an ethical decision to contribute on improving the community sustainability. What is an ethical decision? Will be pay the efforts? Why is important to identify and solve ethical dilemmas? How to create a sustainable community?