Respect for others does not give the manager a clear

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on a couple of factors. Respect for others does not give the manager a clear and concise answer to the dilemma, but rather gives a guide to follow (Mello 2006). It also gives the manager things they should not do, such as ignore the mistake completely, shut out other views of the situation, or use the employee as an example for others. The concrete decision made by the manager will rely on ethical values as wells as assessment of the mistake. The employee and co-workers also have ethical dilemmas to wrestle with as well, they must decided whether to cover up the mistake, hide specific information about the incident, or have full disclosure of what happened. The emphasis of the example is Levi Strauss and Company although provides strong principles to be followed by all employees, ethical decision-making is always taking place in every decision made. For all employees and teams at Levi Strauss and Company who need to make decisions the ethical principles the company is built on give strong guidance to go by. At this level of ethical commitment clear connections can be made between ethics and diversity.
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Ethics and Diversity: Levi Strauss and Company 3 Principles like Compassion, Respect, and Fairness form a firm bond for respecting the differences found in a company.
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