Study questions for Whistle Blowing and Employee Loyalty.docx

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Study questions for “Whistle-Blowing and Employee Loyalty” 1. What are the three topics that discussions of whistle-blowing tend to focus on and which one is the author focusing on? The first is attempts to define whistle-blowing more precisely, two, debates about whether and when whistle-blowing is permissible, and three, debates about whether and when one has an obligation to blow the whistle. The topic the author is focusing on is the second topic. 2. Does the author think that an employee has a duty of loyalty to his or her company? The author does not think that an employee has an obligation of loyalty to a company because companies are not the kind of things that are properly objects of loyalty. To make
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  • Spring '14
  • FinalExam
  • employee loyalty, Complete category, Category of abelian groups

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