When career professionals are faced with ethical dilemmas that are difficult to resolve

When career - one example Walters was a constant example of who not to be ethical in handling business and employees Instead of being a leader who

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When career professionals are faced with ethical dilemmas that are difficult to resolve, they are expected to engage in a carefully considered ethical decision-making process. Reasonable differences of opinion can and do exist among career professionals with respect to ways in which values, ethical principles, and ethical standards would be applied when they conflict. While there is no specific ethical decision-making model that is most effective, career professionals are expected to be familiar with a credible model of decision-making that can bear public scrutiny and its application. (For
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Unformatted text preview: one example Walters was a constant example of who not to be ethical in handling business and employees. Instead of being a leader who would help activate ethics mindfulness in others, he was the polar opposite. He seemed to have made it one of his goals to spend as much of the company’s money as possible. Lionel Walters then hired two close friends as executives with salaries well above industry standards and gave them each six weeks of vacation....
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This note was uploaded on 11/24/2010 for the course HSA HSA 090 taught by Professor Davidstandly during the Spring '10 term at Strayer.

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