Q1) What kind of organization would you like to work for? What would be the best? What would be the most realistic? Think about and Discuss its structure, physical environment, lines of communication, treatment of employees, recruitment and promotion practices, policies towards the community and so on. Consider also what you lose because of some of these benefits (for example if the company contributes in the community or offers more benefits for employees there might be less money for raises.) Discuss trade-offs. Link the costs and benefits (utilitarianism) to the value of what the firm is doing (universalism).
Q2)Inquiring Employers Want to Know The following information is sometimes requested on standard employment applications, though job candidates might consider some of it to be private or personal. Which of the following items about an employee might an employer have a legitimate claim to know, and why?
• A job applicant’s social security number
• An applicant’s arrest record
• An employee’s medical records
• An employee’s marital status
• Whether a job applicant smokes
• An employee’s political affiliation
• An employee’s sexual orientation
• An employee’s credit rating Consider the following questions in the assessment of this scenario:
1. What facts are relevant to your decisions?
2. What would the consequences be of refusing to answer any questions on an employment application?
3. Are you basing your decision on particular rights of the employee or the employer?
4. Are there people other than the employer and employee who might have a stake in what information is released to employers?
Q3)Are some products too dangerous to be marketed in any circumstance? What regulations, if any, would you place on marketing cigarettes? Handguns? Prescription drugs? As a starting point, refer to The American Marketing Association’s Statement of Ethics, found at www.marketingpower.com/AboutAMA/Pages/Statement of Ethics.aspx which provides guidelines for marketing products. This code of ethics can be used to locate other codes and regulations that may address this issue. Q4.)Do you believe that business has any direct ethical duties to living beings other than humans? Do animals, plants, or ecosystems have rights? What criteria have you used in answering such questions? What is your own standard for determining what objects count, from a moral point of view?
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