Ethical Concepts Of Ethical Traditions

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Ethical traditions are a bunch of things people believe that are right and wrong. The people have been set in their ways and think this way most of their lifetime because it is usually a learned behavior (Gonzalez-Padron, 2015).
As for Bill’s business Bill use three ethical traditions dimensions. The first dimension is considered action. Action has to do with what the company is doing, and in Bills company he pride himself to be an honest and caring and have a reputation of integrity and owned a company who really cared about his clients (Gonzalez-Padron, 2015).
The second dimensions is agent. Agent had to do with seeing the true person who works for a company, like the characters and virtues of the workers or company its-self. As for Bills business, he was the only employee and his business began based on integrity and he continued that throughout his whole business operation. Bill represented his company through what he learned integrity was (Gonzalez-Padron, 2015).
The third dimension is called outcome. Outcome is based on what happens after a decision was made and what is the cost and benefit associated with that decision that was made. As for Bill business how decided to make decisions that he knew that would make him financially struggle, but Bill decided to do it anyways due to the fact that he based his decisions on integrity. Bill struggled for a while but his company ended up pulling through (Gonzalez-Padron, 2015).
Bill used rules-based and relationship-based…
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