evaluation/interview

Anonymous
timer Asked: Dec 11th, 2018
account_balance_wallet $25

Question description

Interview someone who works about the ethical issues they face on the job or see others face. Ask about how those issues get resolved and if your interviewee believes they are resolved fairly.

Describe the interview on one or two pages, including some direct quotes. On the next page, relate what you heard in your interview to the chapter. (file down below)

Moral Issues in Business Chapter One The Nature of Morality Terminology • What is ethics? • The study of right and wrong • Distinguish between ethics and morality? • Some people distinguish between the two. We will use them interchangeably. • What is business ethics? • The study of what constitutes right and wrong, or good and bad, human conduct in a business context. Non-Moral Standards • Characteristics of moral standards • Concern behavior that is of serious consequence to human welfare • Take priority over other standards, including self-interest • Their soundness depends on the adequacy of the reasons that support or justify them. • Moral Standards vs. Etiquette § Rules for socially acceptable behavior are not moral standards § Don’t eat with your mouth full. § Say please and thank you. • Moral Standards vs. Law § An action can be moral but not legal. § An action can be legal but not moral. • Moral Standards vs. Professional Codes of Ethics § Rules that govern the conduct of members of a given profession. Sources Of Moral Standards • Societal norms-Ethical Relativism § The right thing to do is what one’s culture says is right. § This keeps culture stagnant – no moral growth § It leaves no basis for one culture to pass judgment on another’s actions § One’s culture is hard to identify in the modern world. • Role of religion—positive and negative § Nearly every religion has a version of the “Golden Rule” § Most theologians disagree with divine command theory. § That theory says that something is right or wrong because God says so. § Instead, God commands what is right and forbids what is wrong. § Saying that something is right because God says so is not persuasive to the atheist. § There are differences of opinion about what God commands. The Context of Business Ethics • Business as a game § Soccer and pizza party example • Business values in tension with personal values § What is my responsibility as an employee? As a person? § Social pressures can make it hard to stick with our moral rules. § Corporations can bring pressure to bear against our personal values. • Organizational conformity—herd instinct—group norms § Being a member of a team can require that people relinquish some of their personal freedom in order to further organization goals. § Psychological studies show that people will change their answers to questions to agree with the majority. § Groupthink – group members may have the illusion that the group is invulnerable or that because the group is good or right, whatever it does is permissible. Diffusion of Responsibility § “I’m just doing my job”. § “If I don’t do it, someone else will.” § “It’s someone else’s responsibility.” (The Kitty Genovese story) How do Moral Principles Help Us? • The Limits of Conscience § Conscience often reflects principles that have not been critically examined. § Terrible crimes have occasionally been committed in the name of conscience. • Moral Principles and Self-interest § Morality serves to restrain our purely self-interested desires so we can all live together in society § Having a moral principle involves having a desire to follow the principle for its own sake § Paradox of Selfishness - People who are exclusively concerned with their own interests tend to have less happy and less satisfying lives than those whose desires extend beyond themselves. •

Tutor Answer

Jkennish
School: UIUC

I appreciate working with you! In case of any further edits, please do not hesitate to let me know! See you soon! Remember me as always! Would love and appreciate to work with you in the future! Goodbye

Running head: MORAL ISSUES IN BUSINESS

Moral Issues in Business
Name:
Institution:

1

MORAL ISSUES IN BUSINESS

2
Moral Issues in Business

Description of the Interview with an employee
Working in an office where there are several people sharing the same space raises
issues of ethics, and the moral code at work, which will ensure employees work together as a
team. However, there are cases of ethical concern employees come across at work some that
are hard to address or approach the other party on resolving the issue. An interview with an
employee reveled some of these unethical practices at work...

flag Report DMCA
Review

Anonymous
Only issue was the guy's response time which was a bit long, which made me a bit anxious. Reached out to the help desk and they helped me out, turns out the tutors aren't all from US which meant there was a time difference. No issues on the quality.

Similar Questions
Hot Questions
Related Tags

Brown University





1271 Tutors

California Institute of Technology




2131 Tutors

Carnegie Mellon University




982 Tutors

Columbia University





1256 Tutors

Dartmouth University





2113 Tutors

Emory University





2279 Tutors

Harvard University





599 Tutors

Massachusetts Institute of Technology



2319 Tutors

New York University





1645 Tutors

Notre Dam University





1911 Tutors

Oklahoma University





2122 Tutors

Pennsylvania State University





932 Tutors

Princeton University





1211 Tutors

Stanford University





983 Tutors

University of California





1282 Tutors

Oxford University





123 Tutors

Yale University





2325 Tutors