1. Identify a moral problem, something the company is working to correct. It could be something as small as refusing to listen to minor safety claims or dress codes, etc. Find a small problem and state what the utilitarian considerations are, and what rights are involved.
2. State briefly about the company you select some small moral problem.
3. Select the company you work for or select company you know something about.
This solution describes two examples of companies that have a moral problem that they need to correct. It also states what the utilitarian considerations are, and what rights are involved. References are provided.