The Supervisor’s trust given to Turner was a fatal flaw in the internal controls set in place to prevent this from happening. Not periodically changing passwords, and rotating task between particular employees was another issue. Proper auditing of documents was another and last issue involved with this fraud scheme. b) For those components of the business process that were performed incorrectly, fully explain what should be done to correct each process, a. Trust is a key component in business world, particularly because supervisor and management do not hire, nor keep in employment those that they do not trust.
Furthermore, another disadvantage of the doctrine of the judicial precedents is injustice. The harsh rules of judicial precedents might create injustice in individual cases. Indeed, law is created basing itself on past experiences, but we should take into consideration that we are unable to build more experiences if the first case is binding. The doctrine of the judicial precedents restricts the development of the law. Since we live in a dynamic world and things are always changing, it is quite of a disadvantage to stick with a law on the experience of yesterday.
Alexis Telyczka HUM102 H01 10/05/16 Biases and Fallacies Everyone has internal biases that affect the way they live their lives and interact with the world around them. They may not always be aware of these biases, but they are always there, even if they are hidden in the subconscious. These biases and fallacies may include wishful thinking, anchoring, and confirmation bias. It is important to be self-aware, and to try to recognize these biases as they are occurring. Sometimes, however, it can be difficult to recognize them until it might be too late, as is exemplified in articles by Atul Gawande and William Langewiesche.
Because the primary reason for the collapse was they did not treat IT as an important part of the company, which made the system out of dated, under budget and staff. So gaining support from expert was a right lesson for Halamka. Lesson 2: Do not let any one individual in your IT group become the sole point of failure. IT group is a group, which means they should have team work. Individual should be following under the overall group decision.
The National Labor Relations Act allows employees to form a union or join a preexisting union. The same act prevents employers from standing in the way of workers attempting to unionize. Many organizations frown on unionization, but regardless of their opinion, they cannot interfere with employment rights. Employers are violating the law if they threaten employee 's jobs, question union activities, or eliminate benefits for employees by unionization. They also cannot offer benefits or perks to employees for refusing to unionize, as this could be seen as illegal persuasion (Employer/Union Rights, n.d.).
Shareholders expect a certain return on their investment, so knowing how businesses plan to handle any increase will be important to them. Business executives are stakeholders for the same reasons as shareholders. They are going to care about the affect on profits, and whether or not the shareholders are satisfied. How minimum wage affects their business’s success in non-financial ways will also be a concern. Executives must consider how the treatment of and benefits for their employees affects society’s view of them.
In most situations, one would however find that following such protocol is expensive and the employers find it difficult to follow through with it in some cases. There are many different types of breach contracts. Namely: Minor Breach: The protocol of a minor breach is one that states that the aggrieved party may not sue for specific performances, but may sue for actual damages. Material Breach: The protocol states that because one party has failed to perform, the other party is in every right to compel either action or claim for damages of non-performance. Fundamental Breach: The level of seriousness of this breach is one that allows the aggrieved party to terminate the contract or sue for
We are particularly concerned with this because of the Newton plant. The Newton plant is not yet unionized, and labor costs generally are much lower there. We, as well as our workers, are afraid that the introduction of new technology to keep the Grandville plant competitive will cause layoffs, hence why our workers want more worker control over production and technology, and why we as advocates will be firm on that issue. The worst case scenario, however, is that management decides that it is not worth it to keep the Grandville plant operating at all, and will switch all operations over to the Newton plant. So understanding that management might take our firm stance on increasing worker control and improving pension benefits as a sign that the Grandville plant will be less responsive than ever to business needs, we will also propose that management introduce profit-sharing.
Also it was saying that it will make good the loss suffered by the people. But then it was not looking into the mental stress and trauma which the people were facing, whose life had been affected. Thus the ethical dilemma can be said to exist that the company is only looking at the physical damage and not the psychological damage of the people. Q2. Who are the stakeholders and how are they impacted by this situation?
The biggest issues is confidentiality and security. As with any computer or telecommunication system there is always a risk. Firewalls and other security devices sometimes fail to work properly, putting all the patients sensitive information at risk. Each practitioner that utilizes telemedicine practices are liable, if these breaches in security or unauthorized access occur. This provides a serious legal issue that should not be taken lightly.