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Make ethical - DecisionMaking 1 Gatherthefacts 2. TheLayoff ,workingyour college.Yourboss

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Eight Steps to Sound Ethical  Decision Making 1. Gather the facts 2. Define the ethical issues
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The Layoff You’re the plant manager in one of ABC Company’s five plants.   You’ve worked for the company for 15 years, working your  way up from the factory floor after the company sent you to  college.  Your boss just told you in complete confidence that  the company will have to lay off 200 workers.  Luckily, your  job won’t be affected.  But a rumor is circulating in the plant,  and one of your workers (an old friend who now works for  you) asks the question.  “Well, what’s the word?  Is the plant  closing?  Am I going to lose my job?  The closing on our new  house is scheduled for next week.  I need to know.”  What  will you say?
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Eight Steps to Sound Ethical  Decision Making 1. Gather the facts 2. Define the ethical issues 3. Identify the affected parties 4. Identify the consequences
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What are the LIKELY consequences? What is the WORST-CASE scenario?
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course BUS M 390 taught by Professor Loriwadsworth during the Fall '10 term at BYU.

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Make ethical - DecisionMaking 1 Gatherthefacts 2. TheLayoff ,workingyour college.Yourboss

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