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Workplace decisions

These are the questions:

1. Based on a decision made in a workplace, what were the moral implications of that decision?

2. Based on a decision made in a workplace, what were the legal implications of that decision? If a decision is legal, is it ethical?

3. What are some cultural factors you should consider when developing a decision plan?

4. What is the difference between quick and convoluted action? can you define convoluted action.

5. What considerations should be addressed to ensure the successful implementation of a decision? Why?

Thank you, your HELP is GREATLY appreciated.

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1. Based on a decision made in a workplace, what were the moral implications of that decision?

Some of the moral implications of workplace related decisions are those related with impact of the decision on colleagues, peers and subordinates such as adverse effect to their personal feelings, motivation and morale, etc. Further, moral implications may arise due to cultural sensitivity issues with the people in the workplace. For example, people from other culture might feel "bad" about certain decisions or may term them as simply immoral. Some decisions may carry moral implications due to harmful or adverse effects on external stakeholders such as society, general public, suppliers and vendors.

. Based on a decision made in a workplace, what were the legal implications of that decision? If a decision is legal, is it ethical?

Legal implications of some decisions may relate to regulations and legal issues surrounding human resources, ...

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Workplace decisions

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