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Workplace Ethics 1 Workplace Ethics Student’s name: Hayley Jordan Professor: Laina Molaski Institutional: Strayer University Date June 3, 2020
Workplace Ethics 2 Work Ethics Based on the chosen article, "Menu Science: The subtle ways restaurants get you to spend more," this paper seeks to analyze the various techniques used by restaurants to influence consumers into spending more money. The ideal at stake is an unethical pricing strategy used by the restaurants whereby, they overprice their food items. The policy of overpricing goods immoral since the restaurants are more concerned about making sales and do not consider the needs of its consumers. For example, the restaurants use complex tactics, such as using complicated words to refer to simple foods on the menu (Stepanie, 3). The complexity strategy expounds on the marketing theory, which describes a process on increasing sales by a business, based on elaborate descriptions presented. Moreover, the ideal perception of the buyer regarding the products is disrupted by the seller. The restaurants tend to portray a wrong idea of their products to customers to influence their choices. The unethical practice thus excludes transparency between the business and its customers. Other than that, the influential technique also tarnishes the reputation of the restaurants. For instance, according to (Stephanie, 3), restaurants publish menu in a design, which makes them spend more because of an unexpected notion of its foods. Most restaurants

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