Chapter 10 - Ethical Dilemma

Organizational Behavior (14th Edition)

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Evgeniy Bukatin Pr. Adou-Dy BUS 308 November 9, 2011 Chapter 10 – Ethical Dilemma 1. I do not think that it is unethical for Zach's employer to force him to be a team leader. The manager wants to prove the organization by creating different work teams, and that is justified. When you hire someone you cannot guarantee that the working conditions would stay the same always. His manager saw Zach as a good and effective employer who is capable of leading the MOD team and that is why he chose him. 2. I do not think the firm is breaking any rules or a contract by creating work teams. It depends what Zach's contract says, but usually organizations are changing over time to become more effective. 3. I think the employer does not have to provide an alternative for Zach, but if he wants to
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Unformatted text preview: keep Zach in the company he should discuss with him about different solutions or even maybe change the team. I do not think he should be allowed to keep working independently if the firm has decided to divide the departments in to teams. 4. If I was Zach, I would try to talk with my employer and try to find the way to work in the firm, maybe changing to a more challenging and interesting team. If nothing changes and Zach stays in MOD team and tries to lead the other members that are not so effective, I would perhaps try it, but if it would not work the way I wanted, I would probably start looking for new job positions....
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