2. Discuss ethics in the context of relativism, psychological egoism, utilitarianism, deontology, and virtue ethics.
3. Discuss the ideas of character ethic, female ethic, human rights, and ethical action.
4. Discuss the factors influencing employee issues including the right to work, employment at will, due process and employee participation, health and safety standards, family responsibilities, the right to privacy, and substance abuse testing.
5. Discuss the professional ethics and responsibilities of intermediaries, managerial responsibility and loyalty, and employee responsibilities to the …show more content…
Humanrights are the fundamental rights of every humans and which can not be abolishedby any state or government. The idea of human rights precede the United Nationsand with the setting and fouding of the UN this idea of human rights was formallyorganised and achieved. Ethical action is the actions needed to improve ethicalissues in the business ans it is distinctive from ethical decision-making. It takesformulation,arrangement, anticipating, deciding, implementing and reflection.
4. Discuss the factors influencing employee issues including the right to work,employment at will, due process and employee participation, health and safetystandards, family responsibilities, the right to privacy, and substance abuse testing.
Every employee has a right to do work but this cannot be fulfilled by thegovernment and the state cannot give job to every citizen. Directly providing jobs toany citizen who wished one could lead to inefficiencies in government. Individualsmay not have a right to a job, but they do retain and hold ethical rights that safeguard them from being mistreated and neglected once they do have a job.Employment at will exists only so long as both parties agree or, on the other hand,can be broken at the will of either party. Employees must prove that they have beenfired or made redundant for an illegitimate and unlawful reason and if they fail to doso and cannot bring enough proof;