Professional Workplace Dilemma Paper

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Professional Workplace Dilemma 1 Professional Workplace Dilemma Hector Sierra University of Phoenix Gen/480
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Professional Workplace Dilemma 2 Experiencing workplace dilemmas is almost considered to be normal in any work setting. Being able to find a solution for the dilemma is another issue at hand. By applying knowledge and skills with experience gained from the military and UOP, workplace dilemmas seem a lot easier to handle. Ethical Issue One ethical issue that I had experienced while attending UOP, involved a lower ranking navy airman named Dwayne. Dwayne was a co-worker who was under my supervision during the graveyard shift. Dwayne had always been an outstanding worker since he started working for me. The only problem Dwayne had with work or anyone, was the fact that he was still an E-3, in the navy. Most of the graveyard shift personnel were E-4 and E-5, two pay grade’s higher than Dwayne. What this meant was that Dwayne had to listen and follow everyone’s orders that were higher ranking than him. Although I was the graveyard shift supervisor, I made it clear to the troops that “respect” no matter who you are or what rank, is given to everyone. The
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