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英国论文代写范文-Ethical issues

2017-09-12 | 来源:51due教员组 | 类别:更多范文

本篇英国论文代写范文-Ethical issues讲了第一个伦理问题是性别歧视。我们的两名候选人是女性,另一名是男性。我们了解到平等就业机会委员会,以及性别问题的适当行为。书上说,女人往往在工作场合遇到比男人更多的困难。本篇英国论文代写范文由51due英国代写平台整理,供大家参考阅读。


Step 1: ethical issues

The first ethical issue is gender discrimination. Two of our candidates are women and the other is male. In Chapter 6, we learned about the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and what is the appropriate behavior in cases where gender is an issue. The textbook said that women often times faced more difficulties in the work place than men. In the case, it was stated that Quang, a female, had better grades than the male applicant. Liz, another female, is more energetic than the male applicant. So one cannot discriminate against females and this should not be a consideration when thinking about whom to promote.

The second ethical issue is racial discrimination. One of the candidates is African American and the other is Asian. In Chapter 6 of the textbook, the author stated that scholars from the University of Chicago showed that candidates who submitted their resume with typical Caucasian names were more likely to be accepted than candidates with typical African American names. In the case, the African American is more energetic than the Caucasian and the Asian had better grades than the Caucasian. So we cannot say which race is better than another. However, one thing I want to note is that the immediate boss wanted for the African American to be promoted because the media will be happy to hear about this and will make the firm more famous with a reputation of not discriminating against people. I believe that we should not base the decision solely on pleasing the media. Although I understand that the firm’s reputation is important, choosing a minority just for the reputation will not do for the long term if she is not that suitable.

In short, we should observe equal opportunities when deciding whom to promote.

Step 2: stakeholder analysis:

Lael Matthews, me:

1. I hope to make a decision of whom to promote from the three candidates within 2 days.

2. I hope to run the firm well with the newly promoted manager.

3. I hope to please my boss and other colleagues working in the firm with this new manager.

4. I hope the promotion will help the new manager’s family with higher salary.

5. I fear that if the new manager does not perform well, the profits in the firm will be reduced.

6. I fear that if the other employees do not like the new manager, they will not work hard any more.

7. I want to prove to my boss that I am able to make managerial decisions.

Liz:

8. She wants to be promoted because she can have more money to take care of Janeen, especially when she is sick.

Roy:

9. He hopes that he can be promoted especially with the relationship of his son and the vice president.

Senior manager supporting Roy:

10. He hopes that Roy will be promoted because he has seen Roy’s skills before.

Quang Yeh:

11. She hopes to be promoted because she has always been performing well and would like to be promoted quickly.

Upper manager who supports Quang:

12. He hopes that Quang can be promoted because she is engaged to his son.

Lael’s immediate supervisor:

13. He hopes that Liz could be promoted because she is an African American and public relations will be happy to hear about this.

Company:

14. It hopes that the new manager would run and lead the firm well financially.

Step 3: decisions and analysis decisions

Decisions:

Decision 1:

In deciding whom to promote, I first considered the value added to the firm financially and the candidate’s work abilities. With this criterion, I rank Roy to be the first, Liz to be the second, and Quang in the third place. Although Quang has been an excellent student in school, she is still very young and work experience is more important than school performance here. Second, I consider the relationship of this person with other persons in the firm, whether the others will support the new manager or not. I rank Liz in the first place because it is my immediate boss who recommended her. I rank Roy in the second place because the manager who speaks for him was positive on his work abilities. I rank Quang in the third place because engagement is not as important as work ability. What is more, she is still in the junior level and an engagement with a manager is not as important as a marriage with the VP. Third, I consider how the outside world apart from the firm will react to the new manager. With this criterion, I rank Roy to be in the first place due to the marriage with the VP. I rank Liz in the second place because her family needed more and I rank Quang in the third place due to her aggressive background and criticisms received before. In conclusion, Quang is the first one that I passed and I would not consider her at all. I chose to promote Roy because he ranked slightly better than Liz based on my criteria.

Decision 2: 

I will speak with Liz and offer help on problems in her family. Since the case said that she is mediocre, I should offer her some training programs to help her enhance her work abilities so that she will be ready for promotion in the near future.

Decision 3:

I will speak to Quang and explain that she is still young and still have lots of things to learn. This way she cannot sue the firm for discrimination because we did not pass her simply because she is Asian.

How the decision resolve the ethical issue: decisions 2 and 3 tackles the racial and gender discrimination issue because we can prove that we did not pass the other two candidates because they were not white or male. We based the decision solely on work abilities, relationships with others, and outside responses. We also cannot promote a minority race if they are not that suitable just because we want to show the outside world that we do not discriminate. Doing so would not be responsible for the financials, shareholders, and customers of the company.

Nonconsequentialist Analysis of Decisions

Process: We do not wait for the truth to come to us; we seek out relevant information and conflicting perspectives before making important judgments. When making my decision, I clearly stated my criteria and ranked the candidates according to the criteria. My decision was fair and just.

Loyalty: A special moral responsibility to promote and protect the interests of certain people, organizations, etc. I am loyal to my firm and will act in the best interest of my firm. Also, I am loyal to my employees and will choose a manager that the employees will like. 

Tolerance and Acceptance: Accepting individual differences and beliefs without prejudice; judge others only on the content of their behavior. I understand that nobody is perfect and no candidate is better than another in every single aspect. So I accept that there are areas where Roy did not perform better than the other candidates. However, I based my decision on a comprehensive perspective.

Diligence: Doing one’s best. I am making my best, although not perfect, decision for this case. I strive hard to make sure that the overall positive aspect is maximized.

Consequentialist Analysis of Decisions:

Costs:

3.My immediate boss will not be pleased since he supports Liz.

4.Liz needed the promotion more because her daughter is sick.

6.Although the case did not say who hates Roy, but if there are those kind of people, then they will not work hard.

7.If my boss does not like Roy, then I cannot please my boss.

11.She might be the biggest problem here and I hope that my Decision 3 can bring her some comfort.

12.He will not be happy because Quang is not promoted. However, Decision 3 should let him know that in the future, there are still lots of chances for Quang because she is still very young.

13.This is similar to item #7, if my boss does not like Roy, then he might not be happy. However, the case did not give more information on my boss’s opinion about Roy.

Benefits:

1.I arrived at a decision and it solved my immediate problem.

2.I believe that Roy can run the firm well because he is experienced.

3.Those who support Roy will be pleased.

5.With Roy’s experience and past performance, the firm will be run well.

7.Although my boss supports Liz, if he also likes Roy, then my decision can be justified.

8.I believe that by offering Liz with more training opportunities right now is more appropriate than promoting her right away because if her work ability is not that high, she would not be happy in a manager’s position because she would not be able to cope with all the problems.

9.Roy will be happy because he is promoted.

10.He is also happy because Roy is promoted.

13.I am confident that with Roy’s performance, my immediate boss will be happy.

14.The company will gain a competent manager by promoting Roy.

Analysis:

Overall, I believe that my decisions generated more benefits than costs. There are several items that had both costs and benefits. Apart from those, more benefits were listed than the costs. This is a comprehensive decision and while pleasing some people, there must be others that are not satisfied. I have used my Decisions 2 and 3 to comfort those who are not satisfied. 


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