However my question is Is it worth the achievement of making it to the top of

However my question is is it worth the achievement of

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people who love to mountain climb. However, my question is “Is it worth the achievement of making it to the top of the Himalayas than having the regret from the death of the Sadhu?” In this case to them it was more worth it to conquer the Himalayas then give more help to the Sadhu and help him get better. So in determine to ethics of care, the actions and decisions should have been more cared for about human life. Lastly, the primary ideas in ethics of case is that moral attention and sympathetic require them to understand Sadhu’s situation more. In this case study, the decisions that they made were unethical according to the care of ethics. The second case study The Housing allowance is about a guy name Wilson Mutambara. Wilson grew up and lived in the rural slums of Rambia. He wanted to make something of himself and he worked hard to pass in school, which he later won a
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scholarship to study in the United States. While he was in the United States he earned his MBA and began working for a cellular service company called NewCom. NewCom wanted to expand their company in Rambia, where Wilson was able to move back home to work. The employees who moved to Rambia were giving a housing allowance of $2,000 that was to go towards rent, servants, and utilities. NewCom gave them this housing allowance so that their employees could find a place in a safe neighborhood. For the employees to qualify for the monthly housing allowance, the employees had to turn in receipts and itemize their expenses. After a year Wilson has worked for NewCom, one of his colleagues Dale Garman, had a conversation with one of their customers who mentioned Wilson. The customer told Dale that he was a local living in Old Town (the slums) where his rent was only $300 maximum for housing. Dale need not say anything till he can confirm the information that he was told; Dale then told Wilson’s supervisor, Barbara Weston, and told her the information that he had found out. Barbara then approached Wilson about the information she had received, Wilson then protected himself by stating that the other employees of NewCom living in Rambia is given $2,000 a month for housing and nonetheless of his living situation he should receive the same. Barbara then explained to Mutambara that NewCom’s housing allowance policy was to ensure that NewCom’s employees were living a safe neighborhood and portraying the image that the company wanted. It didn’t matter to Wilson because he used to live in Rambia and was a native and he knows for certain that he was safe where he lived. Barbara also brought up that Wilson’s receipts and itemized expenses had been falsified to which he agreed. In Rambia, it was okay for them to falsify their expenses, which was common. Wilson then distressed to Barbara that his family expects him to save his money so that he can help pay for the education of his nieces and nephews. Wilson also stated that he is obligated to help his family to ensure that his nieces and
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nephews have the same fortunate situation that he was given. His family would also frown him upon if he chose to live elsewhere.
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