How were the following two faced with a third party obligation Jacqueline Wong

How were the following two faced with a third party

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1.How were the following two faced with a third-party obligation? 2. In general, there are three possible responses to third-party obligations, do nothing, report the problem, become a whistle-blower. How would you categorize the response made by < Wong-Hernandez? < Walpin? 3.What questions can be asked to help determine whether whistle-blowing is justified? How might they beanswered in the case of 4.What questions can be asked to help determine whether whistle-blowing is ethically required? Howmight they be answered in the case of
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1. The two ideas on which company loyalty—or organizational loyalty to broaden the title—is built are the following: < An attachment to the organization that is noninstrumental, meaning the attachment is not maintained only because it serves the employee’s concrete interests, such as the need for a salary. < A deposited value in the organization that goes beyond any individual and their attachment: the organization’s value continues even without those who currently feel it. How are these ideas manifested in the case of April Leatherwood?
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