Ethics Essay

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Ethic and Corporate Responsibility in the Workplace and the Word Tiwanna S. Jenkins Professor Augustine Weekly LEG 500 – Law, Ethics, and Corporate Governance February 21, 2015 A stakeholder is defined, in ethical analysis, as a person or group whose interest will be impacted by actions or decisions by an organization (Halbert & Ingulli, p.386). This comprises willful beneficiaries and intermediaries, victors aa well as the underachievers, and in addition to those connected or eliminated in the decision-making process. These people or company that has invested in a business and owns part of it can be separated into two very comprehensive groups: primary stakeholders and secondary stakeholders. Primary stakeholders are those who are most afflicted, who assume to benefit from or be adversely afflicted by the interposition. Customers, employees, stockholders, creditors, suppliers, or anyone else with a practical or financial interest in the product or situation are primary stakeholders. People or groups that are consequentially afflicted, either in a positive way or negative way, by an attainment or the actions of an agency, organization or institution is secondary stakeholders. The stakeholders within the PharmaCARE are: the CEO of PharmCARE, the healers, the Colberians, hospitals, consumers, and employees of PharmaCARE. The company, PharmaCARE is suffering from a large number of ethical, legal human right issues beginning with the workers from Africa. They treat their native workers with little consideration, rock-bottom pay and barbarous working and living conditions; while being particularly attentive to their executives with luxury billeting, and other recreational luxuries. PharmaCARE idea to delegate their work is unethical and immoral. PharmaCARE has hired African Colberian workers to work for wages of $1.00 a day to harvest plant for

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