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Moral Virtue and Moral Vice the 21st Century

Moral Virtue and Moral Vice the 21st Century

often the long hours and underpay lead to issues. 

As we move deeper into the 21st Century, is there any ways to correct this in your local areas?

Suggestions? Wal-Mart is a American institution.  Wal-Mart also occupies a unique position in our globe, by virtue of its size, reach and also responsibility for the livelihoods of millions of workers, and the needs of billions of consumers. In addition to overwhelming influence comes certain moral responsibilities.

Wal-mart is a American institution having well over 2.1 million employees.

Wal-Mart also occupies a unique position in our world by virtue of its size, reach and responsibility for the livelihoods of millions of workers and the needs of billions of consumers. And with such overwhelming influence comes certain moral responsibilities. (A Handshake with Sam, n.d.).

The business world is facing many issues since the beginning. The underpay issue is one of the main issues that leads the workforce to rise against its own management. Although, the emerging strategies of the business world needs more virtue actions than vice but it’s practically not implemented. The moral virtues are hard to implement but their results are long lasting. The issues are also increasing as the awareness increased about the rights of the employees. It is not possible to change the business system within few years, as its the game of decades. The thing we can do is to implement the essential changes on local basis and spread the awareness in this global village. There are few suggestions to improve the situation at local community first:

Announce bonuses and appraisal programs for those employees who contribute to moral values of the firm as well. Award “Hero of the Month/Year” to successful employee which Walmart took away from it’s employees recently. Walmart can do what is right for the employees instead of putting themselves first. Virtue always pays and vice is always punished, and always through natural mechanisms rather than by the action of any outside authority, much less divine authority. (Schwitzgebel, 2014).


[PDF] A HANDSHAKE WITH SAM - Making Change at Walmart. (n.d.). Retrieved August 11, 2014, from walmartwatch.com/wp-

Schwitzgebel, E. (2014, March 20). The Bait-and-Switch Blurring of Moral and Prudential in the World of. Retrieved August 11, 2014, from http://schwitzsplinters.blogspot.com/2014/03/the-bait-and-switch-blurring-of-moral.html

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