Stanton to report the test failure rather than not just in case the faulty

Stanton to report the test failure rather than not

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Stanton to report the test failure rather than not just in case the faulty cables cause harm to innocent people because Stanton will feel extremely guilty for listening to Harry instead of going with his intuition. Additionally, Stanton should not be in trouble with anyone besides Harry because he is following protocol and is not doing anything wrong. In the second problem where Harry is constantly insulting and harassing his employees, Stanton could express his concerns about the work environment to the other employees who have to deal with Harry’s negative behavior and they could all come together to report the issue to someone with a higher position or someone that could bring about change and potentially fire Harry. It is evident that Harry is not fostering a healthy work environment for his employees because he is constantly insulting them and is also harassing the young female employees. Stanton is probably not the only one who does not respect Harry as the plant manager and the vice president of operations. By gathering multiple employees who are willing to speak up against Harry and provide testimonials, they could potentially get him fired from his job because he is behaving unvirtuously.
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In the third problem where Harry chooses to disregard the failed samples and wait and see if the source inspector, Jane, discovers the problem, Stanton could easily just tell Jane about the failed test samples he found while performing the elevated heat seal test. When Jane arrives to inspect the cables, she will always review Stanton’s test data. Stanton could use this information to his benefit, by showing Jane the failed test test samples in his data. Additionally, Stanton and Jane often had lunch together to finish up the paperwork in the afternoon. Stanton could ask Jane if she discovered any problems with the batch in person. If she did not find any problems, he could tell her about the failed samples from the batch. Jane would then report the problem and the cables would not have passed inspection and would not be sold to the customer.
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