Acre Woods Case Study

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Unformatted text preview: Acre Woods Case Study Some of the legal and ethical problems that I see with the pool situation is the fact that raising the rent for the residents when the pool wasn’t their idea. Ethically it isn’t right and I don’t agree with raising the rent when there are so many other ways to raise more money for the pool. Some of the legal issues is that four of the residents have slipped and fell and that can cause injury which can ultimately turn into a law suit of Acre Woods and that can ruin a reputation of a place that has been doing good in the past and thus far. The way the director reacted was wrong and immature. Yes, the resident’s I’m sure would be happy with having a pool, but don’t you think that they would also be happy if they didn’t hurt themselves or could have the chance of hurting themselves? By saying that the pool didn’t need all the special requirements was selfish and very unprofessional. I really don’t think the director is an ethical role model, but ethics are and very unprofessional....
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