The lumber was ordered, purchased and received on December 31. It is being held for a future sale as of the year end date. The terms of purchase are FOB destination.
Peter initially appears to be the individual who will maintain his ethical position throughout the film; unfortunately, after getting the news that him friend are going to get laid off he devises a plan to steal many fractions of cents from Initech and drop them into a private account. Samir and Mike initially seem like they do not want to have anything to do with Peter’s plan, eventually they too want to get back at Initech. It is definitely unethical to promote an employee who walks off the job and returns when he want to, this would also create serious morale issues in the workplace. A company hiring efficiency experts on the surface is not an ethical dilemma; however, the way that the Bobs treated the employees and acted with the management was at least unprofessional and probably
DO YOU AGREE WITH MR. WILSON 'S ESTIMATE OF THE COMPANY 'S LOAN REQUIREMENTS? HOW MUCH WILL HE NEED TO FINANCE THE EXPECTED EXPANSION IN SALES TO $ 5.5 MILLION IN 2006 AND TO TAKE ALL TRADE DISCOUNTS?
An ethical dilemma happens in the workplace more often then we expect. World Class Bull, written by John Humphreys, Zafar U. Ahmed and Mildred Pryor, is a prime example of how sales personnel can manipulate a potential client into a contract. Christopher Knox, a stellar sales employee at Specialty Fleet Services (SFS), just landed the Armadillo Gas & Power account. Samantha Williams, Human Resources Vice President of SFS, was now filing a breach of the company code of ethics against Christopher and the Vice President of Sales, Jeremy Silva for “deceptive business practices” used to make the sale (Humphreys, Ahmed & Pryor, 2009). Disrupting personal space of the client, starting a dishonorable relationship, and
Hopkins v. Price-Waterhouse is a very detailed case, that features many aspects of the patriarchy, and lingering ways of thinking about gender that are hopefully being phased out of modern society. The Supreme Court chose not to make a ruling, which was the right decision in a legal sense, though there was more proof that Hopkins was discriminated against.
The case involving Birch & Davis International, Inc., and Warren M. Christopher, the United States Secretary of State was decided on September 13th, 1993. The case involved procurement procedures conducted by the Agency of International Development (Open Jurist). The issue centered on exclusion of bids made by Birch & Davis International, Inc. Birch challenged the exclusion to the General Services Administration Board of Contract Appeals and they decided that the actions taken by the agency were fair. The case got to the Federal level when Birch appealed the decision by the board.
Mills did not act with Ethics. He chose to profit off the idea of another without compensation. I agree that he ruined the relationship between the two parties. You can imagine after this dilemma Sawyer nor any other employee spoke up offering advice which would be beneficial to the firm. Mills did not see the benefit in keeping his employees happy, and it may have cost him profits in the
In the case of the State of North Carolina v. Lester Gerard Packingham, the question of whether a state can restrict sex offender’s from being on social media sites without restricting their constitutional rights is played out. Lester Packingham is a registered sex offender who was caught having a Facebook website profile even though it is against North Carolina state law. This paper will explore the constitutionality of N.C. Gen Stat. § 14–202.5 (2011) and will analyze the legal opinions of this case from both the Court of Appeals of North Carolina and Supreme Court of North Carolina and make an educated decision on whether the Supreme Court of North Carolina’s decision should be upheld or reversed.
The Supreme Court does a great deal for our nation today. Everyday they work on ongoing cases, making some very difficult decisions. One of these cases is the case of Timothy Carpenter, who believes it was unconstitutional when the FBI searched his cell phone records without a warrant.
The central principle against protection for union officers is grounded in the statutory language of § 101(a) of the LMRDA, which states that “every member of a labor organization shall have equal rights and privileges.” 29 U.S.C. § 411. Section 101(a)(1) explicitly contains the phrases “every member” and “all members” with no direct reference to officers. As noted in Sheridan v. Carpenters, 50 LRRM 2637 (3rd Cir. 1962), legislative history shows that Congress did not intend to protect union officials. Although the original Senate bill contained the phrase “the right of any member or officer”, the final version omitted the word officers and “speaks only of the right of members” (p. 2641). The court held that this demonstrates congressional
A couple of employees from Westchester Distributing are accused of bribing a customer with $2 per case kickbacks in exchange for purchasing 100 cases of slow moving beer. Vincent Patton is faced with the challenge of making a decision based on ethics or company profitability. If Mr. Patton decides to fire all three employees, the company will not be able to run at full capacity. On the other hand, if he decides to ignore the situation, he will be promoting their actions.
The Cartwright Lumber Company had been found in 1994 as a partnership by Mark Cartwright and his brother-in-law Henry Stark. Later in 2001, Mr. Cartwright bought out Stark’s shares and incorporated the business. Now, Mr. Cartwright is a sole owner and president of the company. The business is located in the Pacific Northwest region and does the retail distribution of lumber products in the local area. Plywood, moldings, and sash and door are some of the typical products of the company.
White: The problem with Bob White is that even after retirement, he still had huge influence on White Cap’s management and employees, since they were used to his friendly and employee-oriented management style. Changes in management style could incur negative response within the company. To deal with White’s legacy, Browning should make current employees known he’s achievement and capabilities to accept and trust him. Also, he should persuade the employees the changes are necessary due to new competitors and new technologies in market.
Bob’s own ethics are tested with the transaction. Bob knows he has a responsibility to keep a good relationship with his clients (Quality Lumber), but also feels that he has a responsibility to the end user of the product since he knows the lumber
Jack’s should process the logs into lumber because the company will make $4,480,000 versus the $4,000,000 it would make by selling the logs for use in cabins.