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decides to either lay you off or take a per week cut. Now that company says your weekly schedule will be 30 hours a week. You just lost $580 out of your gross pay per month and any benefits you had with full time status. Now you just went from bread to ramen noodles every night. You try to look for some type of union to help but there is none for your sector or type of work. In this case the ethics fail the employer of maintaining a sustainable lifestyle. Thus, the worker must now decide to keep working for the current company or move on. Does a person feel inclined to work for one company over another? We all like to profit but there are some jobs
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Petty 3 that seem like a double edged sword. In 2010 British Petroleum realized what it meant to be ethically responsible for what happened to their Deepwater Horizon platform. The number of barrels discharged were 4.9 million barrels of oil into the Gulf of Mexico. The companies goal was to profit from the sale of the oil through various venues. The technology used during this time was apparently a defective drill. It consisted of cheap parts to save the company from using stronger components to obtain the dark liquid. This costed B.P. a total of 61.6 billion dollars but also added to the ethical need for a better planet. The number of animals killed: 82,000 birds, 6,165 sea turtles, and 25,900 various mammals. That number still continuous to grow when counting the total number of plant life. In 2013 the oil was finally cleaned from the water.
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  • Fall '10
  • MCCONNELL,LISA
  • Ethics

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