Unformatted text preview: 26. When managers compare and contrast alternate courses of action to see which action
will promote a fair distribution of outcomes, they are following which model of ethics? A) Social responsible modelf
® Moral rights model/ C Utilitarian model '}
) Professional ethics model 8 27. A decision is most likely ethical if a person can answer “yes” to all but which of the following questions?
A) Am I willing to have the decision reported in the media‘.mm
Should I burry the information because it might hurt proﬁts?/
) Would my family approve of the decision?
D) Does my decision conform to the norms that apply to my organization?
E) Does my decision conform to the values that apply to my organization? 28. When managers compare and contrast alternate courses of action to see which beneﬁts
the majority of stakeholders, they are following which model of ethics?
A) Social responsible model
B Moral rights model
) Professional ethics model 29. A survey conducted by York University found that of working Canadian
women had experienced some form of sexual harassment in the previous years.
C) 38% (@4804, ,
48%~/ 30. A moral principle calling for the distribution of pay raises, promotions, and other
organiza ional resources to be based on meaningful contributions that individuals have
made d not on personal characteristics over which they have no control is known as: rocedural justice ‘ Distributive justice/ C) Social responsibility D) Bias E) Accommodative justice @ Page 6 ...
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