Unformatted text preview: The e-Activity presents two contrasting points of view. The employees who have been laid off and Weyco® Incorporated have different interests and desires, and the decision made by Weyco to provide employees who smoke with an ultimatum—quit smoking or leave— impacts these two parties very differently. Determine whether any personal rights are in dispute between these two parties. Compare and contrast the ways in which act utilitarians and rule utilitarians might respond to Weyco® Incorporated’s decisions differently. In the case of the Weyco Incorporated they shouldn’t have the right to decide what their employees do on their own time even if they are smoking this has nothing to do with them. Then they tell them that they are going to be fired is really going too far. Whatever a person does off the job should be their own business since it’s not work related. There are some jobs that do let their employees take a smoke break at least they do on my job you have to smoke at a designated...
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This note was uploaded on 10/24/2013 for the course SOCIOLOGY 100 taught by Professor Proflippard during the Fall '11 term at Strayer.
- Fall '11