Profit can be defined as making of progress in a business. Profit is a high target for many organisations and there are ways or techniques used so as to maximise the generation of profits. Profits always make an organisation grow stronger and stronger and a business that does not make profits leads to failure of the business and affects the employee's performance. There are two sides of profit making motives in many organisations for example the ethical way and unethical way of generating profits.Ethics are very important in any organisation as well as profits. Ethics helps to determine the behaviour of the organisation while profits help the growth of the organisation. It is quite realistic to state that Ethics and Profits go together in the benefit of the organisation at large together with it's employees. SIMON CAULKIN says, “It's a marriage of opposites which can be made to work”.. With the above statement it shows that ethics and profit can be balanced against each other meaning that existence of ethics in an organisation can lead to profits.Every business owner wants to make a huge amount of profit. Focused and smart business owners will maximize profits by ethical means. Unfortunately, not all businesses do this nowadays. You can always find large numbers of the other types such as the greedy tycoons, whose motives for making profits is always fast and unethical in all means.