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Ethical Decisions Scenario Analysis

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Axia College Material Appendix C Ethical Decisions Scenario Analysis For each of the following scenarios answer the questions and explain whether your answers fit with traditional or modern ethical thinking. After you have finished responding to the scenarios, discuss whether you generally make ethical decisions using a traditional or a modern ethical model. Provide an example using an experience you have had in your daily life. Scenario One You are a manager at your current company. You receive a call requesting a character reference for an employee you know to be unreliable and dishonest but who has not broken any rule directly. a. What should you tell the prospective employer? b. What type of information would you tell the prospective employer? c. How would what you share be to your advantage or disadvantage? Response to Questions a. I should tell the prospective employer the truth about the questions that are asked. I should not tell them anything that they should not know unless they ask. (modern ethical thinking) My answer is modern because I would not say anything unless it was asked by the prospective employer. b. I would tell the prospective employer the things that I believe are only things they need to know. I would answer their questions and stay on the same subject as they are. (modern and traditional thinking) The answer is both because I am choosing not to say anything unless the prospective employer asks, but I would tell them the truth if they asked.
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