The Ethical Decision Making Techniques Should Be Made By The Employee

927 Words Apr 18th, 2016 4 Pages
Introduction The purpose of this paper is to argue from a corporate perspective, the best ethical approach that a member of the sale force should use in resolving an ethical dilemma. The goal of this paper is to determine what happened and what decision should be made by the employee. This workplace dispute was recently been brought to the attention of management. The remedy for this ethical situation should be swift and lay ground works for future similar situations. It has been determined that the Virtue Approach method (Rohland, L. 2015) and the Common Good Approach (Rohland, L. 2015) Ethical Decision-Making techniques should be used to analysis and determine the best approach that Cindy should use for solving her ethical dilemma.
Explanation of the Issue or Problem The ethical case study involves a new member of our sales team Cindy, a recent Santa Clara University graduate. Cindy notices her married male team members were bring female companions other than their wives to various business trips across the county. Later, at a corporate office party, Cindy is approached by one of her co-workers spouses and asked what happens on the corporate sales trips. Cindy is faced with an ethical dilemma to tell the spouse the truth or withhold the truth to keep the trust of her teammates. Keeping the trust of her teammates can provide Cindy with a continued positive work environment. Providing the co-workers spouse with the details of the business trips may provide Cindy with…
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