These factors played a major part in the employees behavior while causing some level of guilt to the supervisor. The proper response to Sands would be to voice the concerns surrounding the decision and implement a solution to avoid future situations like these. Any other response could cause conflict within the company if not expressed in the right context. 2. Losing Olds was a definite blow to Palmer’s team of accountants.
1. Do you believe Oiler’s employee rights were violated? Explain your position. Peter Oiler’s being from his job by the Winn-Dixie Corporation was an outright and blatant violation of his employee rights. No one person or company and or organization should be allowed to discriminate against an individual on the basis of sexual orientation choice and they are most certainly not allowed to discriminate against an employee due to the way he/she decides to dress.
It was during this time that the American Red Cross could have showed the country that they were an ethical company. However, many began to question their ethical practices because of how they responded to the crisis. As a result of this, their “benefits of business ethics” was destroyed. ARC failed to properly manage and monitor employees and volunteers which lead to the occurrence of fraudulent activities. There was also a lack of communication amongst FEMA and ARC, which contributed to slow response times in both instances (347).
5. The confidentiality agreement did limit the scope of the audit performed on ZZZZ Best. It is the job of the auditor to obtain sufficient and appropriate evidence. When Ernst & Whinney were not allowed to follow-up with anyone involved in the restoration process that limited their ability to gather evidence. The company should have been able to follow up with all venders and customers to attest to the validity of the financial statements and they were not able to do this and not able to gather the “appropriate and sufficient evidence” needed.
I recently observed a scenario that is much too prevalent in today’s workplace or institutions. This practice has become so ritualistic that it is technically an unwritten rule. One that most people do not even dare question either for fear of repercussion from either supervisor or colleagues or simply to appear to be in accordance with the environment culture. It is an evil that is often used along side the ideology of “for the good of everyone.” That is what most of us knows as the “sin of familiarity.” Most supervisors and his/her employment staff are more likely to hire someone whom they know over someone they have nor heard of or met. In some cases the have no reason to doubt someone else’s recommendations whom they also know well rather than taking the risk of hiring someone they never heard of but may be equally or better qualified to do the job.
Nothing will happen to Mary. The anonymous employee will lose their job in the long run from misinformation. The stockholders will lose money from the investment into the company. 6. Which ethical theory (utilitarian, duty, or virtue) makes the most sense to you in this case?
I am concerned that even the owner doesn’t care enough to ensure the safety and well-being of his employees as he said, “You cannot prove that there is an explosion hazard here. You should only come to me when you know definitely that there is a safety issue. I will consider anything else as slander against me and my company. I do not take too well to disloyal
The fear of having lower SPH forced employees to make the non selling hours off the record and this resulted in losses for the employees, in both, monetary as well as recognition of extra efforts work. The main cause of this problem is the incentive for the sellers. It causes employees to work off the clock in order to increase their SPH. Another important problem that the employees of Nordstrom confront is the peer pressure. Every employee want be in the shifts that had maximum sales to increase their sales-per-hour, so there was a lot of competition.
1.The old locks and lack of guards in the palace of corrective detention indicate that they believed that they never needed to have improved the security because they never expected for someone to think on their own like equality 7-2521. Naturally everyone wouldn’t even think about escaping due to the precautions taken if they were found. Equality 7-2521 doesn’t care for this all he cares for and that drives him is to be with the council of scholars. That’s how it was so easy for him to escape he thought about it on his own he believes that every can think on their own an no one thinks for another this is what allows equality to excel in life. 2. Ayn Rand contrasts about equality 7-2521 and the collective government by saying “they or we”
Since everything is done according to the elders there is no way you can make a mistake in the community, so no discoveries are being made either. In Harrison Bergeron, the society is a distorted, dysfunctional dystopia. The people suffer greatly without knowing it because they cannot think for themselves. Society has gone wrong because advancements cannot be made, hope of a new ruler coming to set thing straight is gone, and the government lowers the standards to make everybody equal. Society becoming dystopia is an important subject because it is the one thing that people want to prevent from