Explain ethical decision making, Business Law and Ethics

Ethics The influence of personal ethics on workplace behaviour.

(a) Explain in relation to the organisation you researched in Section A of this report why managers should use ethics to guide their own and other peoples' behaviour in the workplace.

(In about one side of a page: (Use a narrative style of writing to answer question this question)

(b) Describe two (2) techniques managers can use to ensure the staff are aware of and practice ethical decision making in that organisation.

(c) Reflecting on what you discovered about the business you researched, identify and explain one (1) ethical issue that you think caused you the most concern.

Using one (1) of the established viewpoints from (The Utilitarian approach, The Individualism approach or The Moral Rights approach):

Firstly explain the approach. Secondly using this approach justify why this should be considered an ethical issue.

 

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