POSC 422 Ethics paper - POSC 422 Rendon One Perspective on...

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Rendon One Perspective on Hillsdale Tower 1. What would I do? In the case of Hillsdale tower, there seems to be a lack of discipline and work ethics. The fact that a training officer prepared a test for facility personal, and one person refused to take the test and everyone else followed. To my surprise, the training officer gave up and for years, there was no training program in the facility. To add to my case there was this case where a pilot who upon arriving was above altitude and admitted the mistake. Later the pilot was informed that he would not be fined for the mistake. The problem isn’t only with the staff, the open door policy for the chief which employees later come to find out is actually a trap door policy, needs to be abolished. Some solutions I can offer Hillsdale are: 1. Make a mandatory training program for all employees; any employee who refuses to take the exam will be terminated. 2.
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This essay was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course POLY. SCI 16694 taught by Professor Rendon during the Spring '08 term at CSU Fullerton.

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