I told her I couldn’t clock her in because of a few reasons. I wouldn’t be doing a moral action and I would be endangering the whole company by losing money. Also the other workers would be at risk and most of all, I would be demeaning myself. I had a mother and animals to take care of as well as myself and there was no way I was going to take a chance of losing my job over someone else’s problems. Clocking my friend in without her being there is very much the same thing as stealing from the business and it would have been extremely morally wrong.
By applying my personal values, and my beliefs that the ethical conduct should be directed toward to achieve the good for the organization (KFF), I will encourage the employees and motivate them to work all together for the best of all (organization as a whole). I will develop rules of ethical conduct for the employees to follow in order to achieve what is the best for the customers, and the organization. However, I will create a pleasant environment at the workplace, where the employees enjoy learning and working together for the betterment of KFF. My main goal would be to achieve measurable results. As a manager, my key concepts would be improvement, efficiency, productivity, effectiveness, and greatest good for greatest number of persons.
“Golden Rule”: We should treat others as we want to and except to be treated. c. We should be responsible to our families. Our parents, siblings, husbands, wives and children. Even at the worst situation, we should believe that they will be with us and we will be with them. d. Giving to charity for a cause that you believe in will be very beneficial at the end of our lives morally because we will be able to look back see the difference we have made.
He cannot see that he did anything wrong when he fired Eva – he was just looking after his business interests. He wants to protect his reputation. We see that Mr and Mrs Birling are more embarrassed at being found out for their thoughtless treatment of Eva Smith rather than regretting what happened to her as a consequence. Mr Birling is more concerned with losing his knighthood than a young girl losing her life. Mrs Birling appears not to believe that someone like Eva, a 'lower class' person, could even have feelings, let alone need them taking into account.
The below are what I think the traits of an effective leader show – it also explains if I have these traits and how I would develop them: • Empathy: I would create a legitimate connection with my staff – this makes it less likely that personal issues and bitterness will come about, and destroy the team morale. I believe when your team knows that you are empathetic to their concerns, they will be more likely to work with you and share in your vision, rather than
Marshall 445 U.S. 1 (1980) the court found that “circumstances may sometimes exist in which the employee justifiably believes that the express statutory arrangement does not sufficiently protect him from death or serious injury” (Jennings, M, 2006, pg. 748). The safety concern expressed by Paul may fall into the circumstances described by the court above. Additionally, since Paul has already contacted OSHA any negative action regarding his employment may be viewed as a violation of Paul’s rights. “If an inspection is the result of an employee complaint, the employer cannot take any retaliatory action against that employee (Jennings, M, 2006, pg.
It is up to the companies to enforce ethical behavior. If employees are aware that a company will not accept unethical practices and that to act unethically will result in immediate dismissal it will eliminate the problem. Other legislation that has been put in place prior to or after the SOX act should have been discussed in this section. Score 10/15 Answer box 4: Having a team working for you that you can trust is an excellent concept. Ken Lay set up a culture of greed and a mentality that the bottom line profit is what was important.
Immature Intolerance in a Criminal Justice Workplace Immature tolerance and disrespect in a Criminal Justice workplace would not go well with a professional workplace. Many various reasons that disrespect or immaturity would not fly in a Criminal Justice workplace, because it could affect the way the community views you as a profession if you don’t treat it as a profession and take it seriously, you could make your whole team look bad just from your very own actions, and if you don’t take your profession seriously you could mess something that is very serious up and you could hinder everything for your group that you are in if you don’t treat it as serious. One of the various reasons about the immaturity in the Criminal Justice program, is how the community views you once you don’t treat your profession serious at all. For example; if you just treat your job as it is a joke and are supposed to be taking something that is very serious as just a goof around time and just trying to get through the day, not even care about what you’re there for. The community also depends on you to keep their society safe, when you don’t act like you care then the community thinks that they are not safe whatsoever.
I believe that Lennie cannot be held responsible for the decisions he makes because he doesn't understand the problems they cause at all. One prime example of Lennie's inability to make good decisions comes at the beginning of the book. He threatens to leave George alone since he is such a bother to him. On pg. 12 Lennie says, "I could go off in the hills there.
While I knew it was wrong to use the customer list from the beginning, to hear somebody articulate in person how they were harmed made me realize that other people can dramatically be hurt if we behave unethically. I also realized that the tone at the top of the organization is critical if you want to create an organization that is ethical. Our frame shop manager had the intent of honoring her agreement with her previous employer, but my encouragement for her to use the customer list made it easier for her to make an unethical decision as well. Lynn Sharp Paine’s article on Managing for Organizational Integrity discusses how ethical issues occur at all levels of an organization. Paine states that, “ethics has everything to do with management” (Paine 106).