DQ week 2 - slight issue occurs but if there is concrete...

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DQ #1 Due by Thursday When an employee learns of apparent illegal conduct by his/her employer, does the employee have an ethical duty to become a whistleblower? Why or why not? How should a company regulate ethical conduct within the organization? I believe that a person should become a “whistle blower” when information or actions come to their attention that reveals that their employer is performing illegal or unprofessional action. Many corporations have compliance officers who are specifically hired to regulate and monitor the ethics of a corporation. If a person believes that the cooperation who employees them is performing illegal acts that person should feel personally responsible to see some action happen to right the cooperation. I do not believe that a person should run a tell something every time a
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Unformatted text preview: slight issue occurs but if there is concrete evidence of wrong doing, you should feel responsible to see some right come of the situation. DQ #2 Due by Sunday Does an employee have an ethical duty to his/her employer? Explain. An employee absolutely has an ethical duty to their employee. Ethics are simply moral principles, every employer interviews potential employees and expects that once hired the employee would carry certain, unstated, principles in which they live their life. If a person does not have ethical duty to their employer the employee would have actions which could include; theft, of time, money, or merchandise, lying, tardiness, or other actions which would be deemed disrespectful toward the employer....
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