The consequences of unethical actions will affect their employees and their families. If there is a financial punishment from the poor decision, it could affect their rate of pay or further compensation. Also, the employee’s perception of Verizon as an ethical company could change which could lower morale. Verizon should understand that customers
It goes further to outline the need for workers to report cases of potential conflict to the Chief Legal Officer to prevent an escalation of any unpleasant situation (http://phx.corporate-ir.net...). Dishonesty and internal conflicts can negatively affect the overall functioning of the business resulting in a lack of optimal productivity. Management can eliminate acts of ‘nepotism’, ‘acceptance of bribery’, ‘dishonest transactions’ and ‘exploitation of the company’s assets for personal gain’ (http://phx.corporate-ir.net...) when stakeholders operate within the ambits of what is ethically and legally acceptable in the business. Failing the observance of these principles, a business can lose credibility and stability quite easily. It is important for the workers to be a unified body as each arm or branch of the workforce is equally important.
I enjoy this quote because it encourages me to go after what I believe in. I used to carry my fear so loyally that I didn’t allow myself to live. I was just complaisant with my life; I didn’t dare to challenge myself. I was constantly building roadblocks and excuses as to why I shouldn’t pursue my dreams. I am still challenging myself every day to reach my full potential.
Parents have been entrusted with the incredible privilege and responsibility of shaping their children 's behavior in a positive direction (Alto, 2006). Unfortunately, many enter this world with desires that are harmful, cruel and selfish to others and to their own selves even. Spanking by a parent to his or her child is still seen by many as a necessary form of discipline, and condoned, or sadly even encouraged and this trend needs to be stopped. Spanking, then, can be one effective discipline option among several in a parents ' options as they seek to divert their children away from negative behaviors and guide them toward becoming responsible, healthy, good and happy adults in the coming future. Almost all of the respondents in the survey assessed experienced spanking.
An ethical dilemma happens when two or more ethical principles conflict with one another. Ethical dilemmas are problematic situations in which it is not clear which choice will be the right one. The CP is stuck as to what to do next because there is not just one outcome that will satisfy the ethical principles as stated in the Singapore Association of Social Workers (SASW) Code of Ethics (Kirst-Ashman & Hull, 2012). According to the SASW (2017), the core values of social work are embedded in the ethical responsibilities, which are relevant to the professional activities of social workers. They include social workers’ responsibility to clients, colleagues, practice settings, the social work profession and society.
This is done by collecting information, arguing, debating, negotiating and challenging systems and policies that deny people services. People who are too vulnerable to advocate for themselves such as minor children or adults with intellectual disabilities, the social worker can advocate on their behalf. In the advocacy
Critiqued for implying that a client’s culture can be understood by the social worker who reads about cultures and asks questions, but the reality is more complex. Not all customers are themselves familiar with their cultural heritage. (Bartoli, 2013) For some, developing Cultural Competence may be a moral and/or ethical consideration, whilst for others, it may be driven by a sense of commitment to political and stated norms of the
Many a time the management is faced with a dilemma when making decisions. In principle, decisions must be ethical to prevent negative setbacks to organizations and managers. Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University through Velasquez et al (2009), highlights the process of ethical decision-making; i) Recognition of ethical issues during choice making between alternatives. ii) Getting the facts about the case iii) Evaluation of alternative actions so that the choice will produce the best benefits and least harm, the choice will respect the rights of stakeholders and the option must treat the involved parties proportionately or equally. This is a utilitarian-rights-justice approach.
Care can go wrong when any of the six values are not met in a positive procedure and technique, an example may be that a care worker is aware that they have the power over the service users meaning that she is able to tell them whats wrong and not. However, the care worker may abuse this power and if a service user had unacceptable behaviour they may be punished rather than being told what their doing wrong, because most care workers complain about their salary, they choose not to do specific things as they complain about “not being paid enough for this” this can lead duty of care being appaling as they may leave individuals who may need support in changing leave them be in an uncomfortable situation for a long duration of time. Respect and Dignity can also be harshly discriminated as care homes may serve bacon to service users who are muslim which is forbidden,this can happen with individuals who have dementia as they may not remember their beliefs. In an old care home, most individuals are capable of doing activities individually, however if they are always helped , they can feel less in control and lack in free choice. When safeguarding is not properly practised people will feel unprotected making them lack sleep as they become frightened at night.
They can be abused through the following: • Misrepresentation of findings Their findings can often be distorted by the client for their own benefit which can affect the researcher’s reputation. SUMMARY Key Stakeholders Key Ethical Concerns Public Privacy Issues Confidentiality Concerns Respondents Abuse to respondents Delivering sales under the guise of research Clients Unqualified research Disclosure of identity Lack of Objectivity Research Suppliers Misrepresentation of findings In order to avoid the above problems, various codes have been set-up. One of them being ‘The American Marketing Association’s Marketing Research Code of Ethics’. Opinion Based on the above analysis, it is evident that researchers must be extremely careful while performing research study. They should realize that the more they woo customers the more negative impact it creates in their mind regarding the brand image of the