Ch4 Ethical Dilemma

Ch4 Ethical Dilemma - Katie Price BUAD 304 Section 14722...

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Katie Price BUAD 304 Section 14722 Chapter 4 Ethical Dilemma 9/17/2007 Even though genetic testing has become an option for employers as another piece of information to add to their files on employees, I think that using it to screen for employment is ethically wrong. A few years ago a concept like this was not even available to the employers around the world and they still had no problem maintaining a full set of employees. There are so many different ways for employers to judge and test their employees that their genetic make up should not hold them back from a job opportunity. In my opinion whether a person is heavily Machiavellian or narcissistic, a risk taker or a self-monitoring type. N There are so many tests available to employers, such as the Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator, that will indicate information about how an employee will function while actually in the organization that their genetic make-up should not be included. Financially it is understandable to want to know the genetic
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