Examine a workplace ethical dilemma that you have either experienced personally, or that you are otherwise familiar with. You must address the following: a. The essential points of the dilemma, as you understand them; b. How this dilemma intersects with your personal values; c. How you did/would solve the dilemma and why?
In what way do the ethical responsibilities of managers differ from the ethical responsibilities of regular employee?
In what way do the ethical responsibilities of managers differ from the ethical responsibilities of regular employees? What creates this difference? What does bias mean to you? What is an example of a relationship between bias and ethical responsibility? Give a workplace example when bias conflicted with moral responsibility.
Please research the country of Ireland to answer questions 1 & 2. Numbers 3 & 4 are general. 1. List one legal issue that your CEO might be faced with in her new international operations in Ireland and explain how she could solve this problem and prevent similar problems in the future. 2. List one ethical issue that yo
Terry Bailey, an accountant, has worked for the past eight years as a payroll clerk for Fairwell Furniture, a small furniture manufacturing firm in the northeast. Terry recently experienced unfortunate circumstances. Her teenage son required minor surgery and the medical bills not covered by Terry's insurance have strained Terr
What are the most important criteria to consider in resolving ethical dilemmas in business? Explain your rationale and provide examples of how you would respond to ethical dilemmas using these criteria. Explain how your standards would be effective in a global environment and create a personal code of ethics that you can liv
Requirements 1. What were the business risks Enron faced, and how did those risks increase the likelihood of material misstatements in Enron's financial statements? 2. What are the responsibilities of a company's board of directors? Could the board of directors at Enron-especially the audit committee-have prevented the fall o
Rights Issue: Assuming that the new money is invested to earn a fair return, give values for the following: a. number of new shares b. amount of new investment c. total value of company after issue d. total number of shares after issue e. share price after the issue
Rights. Associated Breweries is planning to market unleaded beer. To finance the venture, it proposes to make a rights issue with a subscription price of $10. One new share can be purchased for each two shares held. The company currently has outstanding 100,000 shares priced at $40 a share. Assuming that the new money is in
Closing Case: DMG-Shanghai International Business: Competing in the Global Marketplace (7th ed.) C.W.L. Hill McGraw-Hill/Irwin, 2009 New York, NY Back in 1993, New Yorker Dan Mintz moved to China as a freelance film director with no contacts, no advertising experience, and no Mandarin. By 2006, the company he subsequent
Based on the situation below, what will happen to the supply, demand and price of the product in the short and long terms. And what would the ethical implications be? Checkers Pizza was one of the first to offer home delivery service, with overwhelming success. However, the major pizza chains soon followed suit, taking away
I need help answering the following two questions for the below case study. What is the ethical dilemma in this case? - 300 words What values are in conflict? - 300 words Mary, the director of nursing at a regional blood bank, is concerned about the declining number of blood donors. It's May, and Mary knows that the ap
Implementation of the code of conduct at ECG has been a success. Employees are engaged in the training sessions and have been carefully reviewing the detailed code of conduct available on the ECG intranet. Furthermore, you are regularly being consulted by various individuals regarding situations that represent or could potential
Ethical dilemmas in agencies are examined. The relationship of John Thain with Merrill Lynch and subsequently Bank of America is analyzed after reading the article quoted in the solution.
Search the Internet for resources for a current business article that discusses an agency problem or ethical dilemma in business today. Please cite the source for the article in your posting. Answer the following questions: What were the circumstances of the event? What could the company have done differently to prevent the
I am suppose to research ethical relationships with clients, suppliers, influential parties, coworkers, and other areas of compliance. I am suppose to consider whether there are specific implications for the compliance areas and whether there are any relevant theoretical guidelines and regulatory requirements. Suppose to make
Is it unethical for an employer to use a selection measure that has high empirical validity but lacks content validity? why or why not?
Is it unethical for an employer to use a selection measure that has high empirical validity but lacks content validity? Why or why not? Please discuss your response with an example that you are familiar with. 100-150 words please.
Do you think the issue discussed in this article is a microeconomics issue or macroeconomics issue? Please explain why you think it is the case.
Please find the article "Bird Flu in U.S. Clips Industry's Wing; Mild Form of Avian Disease In Delaware Thwarts Hopes Of Fast Gain in Sales to Asia" by Scott Kilman in Wall Street Journal. (Eastern edition). New York, N.Y.: Feb 11, 2004. pg. A.2. You can find it in the UoP library database. a. Do you think the issue disc
Describe a situation that you have been involved in that tested your ethical behavior. What were your alternatives?
See the attached file. I need to discuss the factual situation described in the short article attached and the ethical issue(s) presented, including: (1) The individual and organization factors that led to the ethics problems in the article(s), and (2) Your judgment about why many underlying issues in ethical problems and
Most organizations have in place job boards on their web page where applicants can apply for jobs online.( Staffing Organizations)
Most organizations have in place job boards on their web page where applicants can apply for jobs online. What ethical obligations, if any, do you think organizations have to individuals who apply for jobs online? Would you apply for a job online? Why or why not? Please discuss your response. 100-150 words
Ethical theories can be divided into the following two groups: teleological and deontological. First, discuss what teleological ethical theories and deontological theories of ethics are, comparing the two. Next, give examples of how ethical conduct would be analyzed according to each of these two types of theories. Which of
I need help getting started on a paper in which you discuss the factual situation described in an article with ethical issue(s) presented. Identify any other ethical issues you suspect might apply to the situation that are not reported.
In the practice of accounting, what are an accountant's legal and ethical obligations to a client and to third parties who rely on the work an accountant performs for a client? Fully explain your answer.
Say that you work as a manager for the hypothetical Highbrow's, a rather prestigious department store. Each year, in order to handle the large number of shoppers at Christmas time, you must hire temporary employees. Because of store policy and budget constraints, all temporaries must be discharged on January 10. As you interview
Suppose that the hypothetical company Children Wear Industries has long been the economic foundation for its hometown. Most of the area's small businesses and schools support Children Wear, either by supplying the materials needed for production or by training its employees Children Wear has learned that if it were to move its p
1. What legal and ethical issues should a business consider when deciding whether or not to do business globally? How can you compare and contrast between ethical issues in the US and ethical issues in other countries? What method could a company use to address ethical differences? 2. What is ethical consequentialism and fo
Can you help me... Explain in general, how ethical decisions are made by everybody, and how it has the capacity to influence more than just the decision maker
What is the basic purpose for examining trends in a company's financial ratios and other data? Why would managers be tempted to manage earnings? What ethical issues, in any, arise when a company manages its earnings?
See attached file. Do not assume that the reader is familiar with the case. It has been my experience that a solid case analysis cannot be written in less than three double spaced pages, but please limit yourself to six. Think outside the box when writing about this case. Apply ALL relevant concepts in organizational theory,
In Ethical Leadership Introduction: Leadership and influence are interrelated. Powerful leaders can create a major impact on their followers and the organization. Leaders can either use their influence to further their own cause at the expense of their organization and followers or they can stick to specific moral standard
It is apparent that we each have an opinion regarding the ethical misconduct of business executives, managers, government officials, etc. Now reverse the role--is it less important when the ethical lapse is outside of your professional environment?
Anne Distagne was the CEO of Linkage Construction Inc., which served as the general contractor for the construction of the air ducts for large shopping malls and other buildings.
Anne Distagne was the CEO of Linkage Construction Inc., which served as the general contractor for the construction of the air ducts for large shopping malls and other buildings. She prided herself on being able to manage her company effectively and in an orderly manner. For years there had been a steady 22-25 percent grow