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Unformatted text preview: Jasmine Hill, Chief Financial Officer DRAFT COPY Be Attentive: The ethical actor in this case is the employee. The employee has to make the decision to be able to fully perform both jobs while also making themselves happy. 1. CFO 2. The Employee 3. PwC 4. Other employees of internal audit 5. The family/ friends of the employee 6. Shareholders- I am assuming that we have had an employee do this part-time work in the past.- I am also assuming that this employee is capable of handling the workload of both jobs otherwise this would not even be a consideration. If you wish to edit the "Be Attentive" section of your analysis, click the "edit" button below. Be Intelligent: The issue for this problem is to make the decision of whether or not we trust this employee enough not to share information and if we are okay with eliminating PW as possible auditors.- First, the major question is how much trust you can instill in one person not to share information.- A major value tension is determining whether allowing one employee to do outside work is worth eliminating PW as auditors.- Also, one value in tension is if it is ethical to put that much pressure and stress on one employee.- Another value in tension is if this employee should get special treatment or a lighter workload because they are performing this extra work. If you wish to edit the "Be Intelligent" section of your analysis, click the "edit" button below. Be Reasonable: Calculation of Influence Factor Stakeholder Number in Group Impact Influence Factor CFO 1 0.250 0.250 PW tax team 6 0.200 1.200 Internal Audit Department 10 0.150 1.500 Close Family/Friends of Employee 8 0.100 0.800 Shareholders 100 0.300 30.000 Criteria for Happiness Stakeholder Criteria CFO Good results, employee satisfaction, low stress level, no legal worries PW tax team Reasonable workloads, multiple client opportunities, having the strongest employees Internal Audit Department Manageable workload, free time, healthy relationship with auditors, happy work environment...
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2011 for the course BLS 465 taught by Professor Herron during the Fall '11 term at Miami University.
- Fall '11