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    An Ethical Dilemma at Work

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    ·Describe the experience:
    o What was the ethical issue you experienced?
    o Who was involved? Use only first names or initials for the participants.
    o What was the relationship of the other individuals to you?

    · Analyze the ethical dilemma:
    oWas there a difference in power and authority? Explain.
    o What were the ethics in question?
    o What personal values were in conflict?
    o What were the potential outcomes?
    o What were the potential consequences to you and the other parties involved?

    · Evaluate the outcome:
    o What was the outcome at the time?
    o What were the consequences to you and the other parties involved?
    o Based on what you have learned since you began your program of study at the University of Phoenix and through your continuing work experience, would you handle the situation differently or in the same way? Explain.

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    Below is a possible scenario that includes the proposed questions. I would recommend you to add a paragraph that would include a statement regarding to the last bullet.
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    To understand the ethical dilemma that will be discussed, it is important to understand the environment in which it happened. A couple of years ago two departments, research and clinical programs, were combined into the Research and Clinical Programs Department. This was done to facilitate exchange of information between two departments that work within the boundaries of each other's targeted audience and goals. The staff was not affected by the process since they all kept their position and roles with the exception of the top director of the Clinical Department that became a vice-president instead of the president of the combined department.
    The organization is a nationally and internationally recognized non-profit with high standards of performance that include core values and universal business practices. As a performance driven organization, employee's pay and position are subject to yearly performance evaluation.

    After a job analysis by the clinical programs directors, it was decided to hire a manager to oversee the underserved populations programs. The woman hired VM had a mobility ...

    Solution Summary

    The solution involves writing an ethics paper that included analizing the ethical dilemma and its outcome. In this case a work experience is described that includes a disability right for accomodation, a working hostile environment and how it was solved.