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Common Ethical Problems. Chapter 3. How to Look at Ethical Issues. What it is. A definition of the issue. Why it is an ethical problem. Professional costs and possible penalties for ethical or legal transgressions. . Human Resource Issues. Discrimination Harassment, Sexual or Otherwise.

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how to look at ethical issues
How to Look at Ethical Issues
  • What it is. A definition of the issue.
  • Why it is an ethical problem.
  • Professional costs and possible penalties for ethical or legal transgressions.
human resource issues
Human Resource Issues
  • Discrimination
  • Harassment, Sexual or Otherwise
discrimination
Discrimination
  • Occurs when something other than qualifications affects how an employee is treated.
    • Unequal/unfair treatment
    • Intentional or unintentional
why is it an ethical problem
Why is it an ethical problem?
  • It’s at the core of “fairness” in the workplace.
costs
Costs
  • Legal
    • Title VII of Civil Rights Act of 1964
    • Age Discrimination Act of 1967
    • The Rehabilitation Act of 1973
    • The Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 1978
    • The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
    • The Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act
costs7
Costs
  • Media Coverage
  • Morale of other employees
other considerations
Other Considerations
  • Valuing diversity means treating people equally while incorporating their diverse ideas.
  • Discrimination means treating people unequally because they are, or appear to be, different.
sexual harassment
Sexual Harassment
  • Sexual harassment – unwelcome sexually oriented behavior that makes someone feel uncomfortable at work.
    • Quid pro quo
    • Hostile work environment
why is it an ethical problem10
Why is it an Ethical Problem

It is discrimination!

costs11
Costs
  • EEOC suit can be filed
  • Lawsuit
conflicts of interest
Conflicts of Interest
  • Bribes or kickbacks
  • Influence
  • Privileged information
why is it an ethical problem13
Why is it an Ethical Problem
  • Customer confidence issues revolve around fairness, honesty and respect for others. Customer relationships cannot survive without trust.
what is it
What is it?
  • When your judgment or objectivity is compromised.
why is it an ethical problem15
Why is it an Ethical Problem?

The basis of personal and corporate relationships is trust. Appearances of favorable to treatment to special friends erodes that trust.

costs16
Costs
  • Investigation
  • Suspension
  • Termination
  • Arrest and conviction
customer confidence issues
Customer Confidence Issues
  • Confidentiality
  • Product Safety
  • Truth in Advertising
  • Special Fiduciary Responsibilities
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Why is it an Ethical Problem?
  • Because it can affect your relationship with your customers. The issues under this topic again revolve around fairness and trust.
use of corporate resources
Use of Corporate Resources
  • Use of corporate reputation
  • Corporate financial resources
  • Providing honest information
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Why is it an Ethical Problem?

Your use of corporate resources represents fulfilling your end of the employer/employee contract.

costs21
Costs
  • Termination
  • Arrest and conviction
  • Lawsuit
blowing the whistle
Blowing the Whistle
  • Approach immediate manager first
  • Discuss with your family
  • Take to the next level
  • Contact company’s ethics or ombudsman
  • Consider going outside your chain of command
  • Go outside the company
  • Leave the company