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    Ethical frameworks

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    Details: In a case decided by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit, Crone v. United Parcel Service, Inc. (UPS), a UPS dispatcher was denied a supervisory position because her boss feared drivers would make her cry. Read the case and discuss the outcome of the case, whether the holdings of this case could lead to unlawful excuses for discrimination in other settings and/or against other classes, and the ethics of incorporating the principles of this case into BSSL's EEO policy book and training.

    Note: If the above link does not take you to the specific case information, then copy and paste this URL into the address bar of your browser: http://caselaw.lp.findlaw.com/data2/circs/8th/013595p.pdf

    Objective: Apply ethical frameworks to business situations.
    Use effective communication techniques.
    Recognize the principal legal and ethical issues facing managers.

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    The response addresses the queries posted in 495 words with references.

    //The given discussion paper is based outcome of the case, which was mainly based on the complaint by the female employee of the UPS against the sex discrimination. So, firstly, we will discuss the about he case under the heading of the 'Outcome of the Case'. //

    Outcome of the case

    This is the case solved by the US state court which was based on the complaint by the female employee of the UPS against the discrimination on the basis of gender. On the basis of the summary of this case, it is reveled that although Ms Crone was a good employee of UPS, Inc but she failed to demonstrate her confrontational skills required for supervising the truck drivers of the company in an effective manner. The judiciary of the court decided to refuse the claim given by Ms Crone, as it was not based on strong evidence of the discrimination. This was the case of discrimination by Mr. Whitaker, who was a senior and had the authority to promote the suitable employee for the post of dispatcher ...

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    The response addresses the queries posted in 495 words with references.

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