Question 1 Fill in the gaps a) Affirmative action programs can be defended either as a form of ......................or as an instrument for achieving social goals. b) The glue that holds an organisation together , in the rational model, are ................ agreements. c) The principle of employment at will is opposed
I need help in finding a criteria to use in evaluating a business decision. How would you determine if the decision is ethical?
Please discuss by answering question below. Minimum 120 words Q: Perry employed Alice to sell a parcel of real estate at a fixed price without knowledge that David had previously employed Alice to purchase the same property for him. Perry gave Alice no discretion as to price or terms, and Alice entered into a contract of sale
You are a supervisor of an accounting department. There are four other people who work in the department that you are responsible for: Rosy, Accounts Payable person Susan, Accounts Receivable person Sharon, assistant to Rosy Michelle, assistant to Susan You have just discovered that some money is missing from
Using the attached, tell how Using the Big Five personality factors, describe Larry Ellison at Oracle Computers personally characteristics and how they affect others. Needs to be APA format and 500 words. The big five personality factors are: 1. Emotional stability 2. Agreeableness 3. Extraversion 4.Conscientiousness 5. O
Utilitarian ethics say do anything it takes to get results (ex. cut corners, stab people in the back, sell your grandmother). How might we prevent that from happening in a hard driving culture? What are the remedies for that type of culture? See the attached manager values profile for reference. This is not an essay comple
It is legal for businesses to sell low nutrition food products. Address the following questions: •What ethical obligations do businesses have to their customers to "rescue" their poorer customers from health problems stemming from poor food nutrition? •Should these businesses sell quality products at lower prices? •Wh
A code of ethics is important in guiding decision making when values are in conflict and in helping to define acceptable behavior for members of an organization. Provide the name of the organization or the organization that publishes the code of ethics that you found, for example, the American Society of Public Administration.
Many healthcare administrators become so consumed with balancing the budget that they forget the needs of the patients and the greater community. Describe how a foundation in ethics could help a hospital administrator to avoid this pitfall. Write a mission statement for such a foundation and identify who should be represented on
What do these mean and what is your personal opinion of them? 1. The Nature of Morality 2. Justice and Economic Distribution 3. The Nature of Capitalism 4. Ethics- Right versus Wrong 5. Unethical Leadership 6. Issues in the Workplace 7. Job Discrimination 8. Moral Choices Facing Employees
What kind of ethical code should an organization create to try to prevent the selfish managerial behaviors that can contribute to inertia? How can your organization use ethics to encourage managers to maintain a risk-taking attitude that benefits all stakeholders? Response must be 175 words and have examples.
You have worked at this organization for over 10 years and feel totally unappreciated. You have not received a promotion or pay raise in over 5 years, and you work long days and typically take work home with you to stay caught up. Your supervisor—who you despise because of the way he treats you and because he does not authoriz
Read the case "Fairness in Punishment". Discuss the Decatur School Board's decision to adopt a "no tolerance on school violence" in terms of fairness. How did implicit attitudes, perhaps, influence the school board's decision to punish such a disproportionate number of African-American students? 200 words please
1. Which of the ethical theories discussed in chapter 1 are you most sympathetic to? Why? Which of the ethical theories are you least sympathetic to? Why? 2. Critics raise a number of objections to the claim that the maximization of profits will always promote the general welfare. They argue that there are such things as "mar
How does ethics in decision making affect our personal and professional contexts?
What is the role of research in addressing social justice issues? What boundaries should be in place, and why are they important? What steps should researchers take to ensure their studies are responsive to participants representing diverse cultures?
The SEC released its final rule to implement a code of ethics under SOX Title 404. The stock exchanges have proposed that each company listed on the exchanges publishes its code of ethics. Discuss whether or not these additional disclosures will both have a positive impact on public confidence and influence investors' behavior.
Emergent technologies may create entirely new ethical problems for the business of health care. Provide and discuss a list of practical tips to be prepared for the challenge of emerging technologies.
* How does Southwest Airlines manage its reputation and corporate citizenship? * What is the company doing right? Where can it improve? * What has your experience been? What do other stakeholders report about the company's citizenship and reputation? * What makes you remain a stakeholder? Cite at least two sources.
Global organizations encompass many cultures. What is an effective strategy for how a manager might manage a wide variety of cultures in the day-to-day business of running a global organization?
in recent times there has been intense debate in Congress over the morality and legality of late-term abortions, especially those that involve the active killing of a partially-born fetus that might have been able to survive on its own. Discuss the following two questions: At what point does the fetus become a person? To what ex
1) Unless the parties agree otherwise, a promoter of a corporation is liable for contracts entered into prior to corporate formation. A. True B. False 2) The mere formation of a corporation is not an absolute liability shield. A. True B. False 3) The purpose of SOX is to protect investors by improving the accuracy
There are numerous articles that deal with legal and ethical pitfalls related to misinterpretation, lack of reliability and validity of data. We are all aware of the popular usage of references and resources chosen not for their own unquestionable authenticity and validity but rather chosen to support a specific leaning, point o
I need to argue "for" or "against" one side of the question title. I lean towards the "against/no" side but see pros/cons for both sides. I would like to receive sufficient input to be able to write a 4-8 page essay on this topic with references provided, if/as used. It is not a topic that I know much about. The full discussi
I need some information help on the Veteran's Adminstration and a ethical issue they are going through or have gone through within the past couple of years. I need some info on how the ethical issue has affected the organization and some of the key players or stakeholders that are involved in the decision making process. G
List and discuss in depth the three teleological frameworks and the three deontological frameworks. What are the advantages and disadvantages of each? Of these six frameworks, with which one do you most associate?
Could you give me help and ideas for a paper with the following requirements please? 1- Brief historical summary of SOX enactment 2- Key ethical components of the SOX 3- Social responsibility implications regarding mandatory publication of corporate ethics. 4- Main criticism of SOX is unfair burden on small organizations- Wh
What are some ethical dilemma faced by employers trying to provide internet access for employees to do their work while trying to avoid cyber slackers and cyber loafers?
Why is research referred to as decision and dilemma-centered?
As the health care industry evolves and changes so do the legal and ethical issues that its employees face. An employee of the facility you have chosen to study this term has come to you with a question. He has heard a lot about issues the organization is facing currently and says he is confused by how these decisions are influe