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Employee and Employer Interest and Occupational Safety

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Because no job can ever be completely free from hazards, occupational safety requires a balancing of the interests of employees and employers. Using the ethical theories that are discussed in Chapter 3, defend a position regarding how these competing interests should be balanced from a moral perspective.

Please use: Beauchamp, T. L., Bowie, N. E., & Arnold, D. G. (2009). Ethical theory and business (8th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.
At least 200 Words.

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From a moral perspective, the balancing of the interests of employees and employers should be conducted in a manner in which the health and safety of employees is Paramount. Although employers have an interest in increasing their profitability, this cannot be done at the expense of the rights of ...

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