BS Ethics EX 2 Q 1 - isn’t any reason to continue...

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BS Ethics, BBA 4751-04D James Tilley, Section II Exam, Q 1 At will employment is a mutual agreement between an employer and employee to perform certain duties. It has moral and legal obligations and both parties must be willing to enter into agreement. The argument against employment at will is the choices that people have when looking for employment. The more education and skills one has the more choices they will have for employment. If one has little education and skill then their job options will be limited. I personally favor at will employment for three reasons. One it must be a mutual agreement, if either party is willing to work together then there
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Unformatted text preview: isn’t any reason to continue negotiations. Property rights are an understanding that both parties have something to offer and both parties need to produce a product. Third at anytime the agreement of employment can be terminated. If the employee isn’t performing and achieving expected results they can be released. If the employer isn’t fulfilling their obligation chances are there initial incentives release from their contract may be granted. One main factor is the moral and illegal principles that the company will not just fire a person for no reason there must be concrete grounds for dismissal....
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