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.
Without money could mean stealing or maybe selling illegal drugs (Brezina, 2017). This would mean that the lack of monetary success turned into deviance for these individuals which is exactly what the theory is stating. Another example of goal blockage could be working hard and not being compensated for that work. To put that in perspective, let’s say that there are two managers in a company and one of them gets fired. The company does not hire another manager to replace the old one because they do not think they need it so the one manager must do double the work for the same pay.
"We were incredibly disappointed with your attitude at Harmons and our [return on investment] on you has been less than overwhelming. I can’t build a business with someone that fights me on everything I need them to do, and I want to partner with people that care about my business and are not motivated by blinding greed. This isn’t working out for me
ETHICAL ISSUES ABOUT MILLIKAN'S CASE Engineers should have some fundamental characteristics without their position, job or wage. Because, engineers build the future of society, so if these developers of society would not have basic rules, it causes to stop developing both technology and science. An engineer has responsibilities to the public and other engineers. Some of those and behaviors that should an engineering exhibit are entitled as Codes of Ethics. In time, some foundations established to standardize these responsibilities and rules of being a good engineer.
Hochschild does not provide solutions for improving the situation or minimizing negative effects of emotional labor. Mandating specific emotional professionalism in addition to physical labor requires sufficient mental labor that exceeds that previously required, making the modern style of labor much more demanding than that of the past. Moreover, this could result in a feeling of disconnect within workers between what they feel and the feelings they gather and portray when they are on duty. Overtime, the constant need of being emotionally ‘on’ may dull the worker’s personal emotions, leading to a strewed sense of self. However, it is arguable that as service industry occupations increase and takeover manual labor, the need for emotional labor will only
According to the ABET code of ethics, it appears as if the Engineers involved did attempt to benefit the welfare of the public by making their choices.  However, compensation is not based solely upon whether engineers abide by their ethics. From the summary, the direct causes of the incident occurred due to accidents and mistakes, which aren’t an ethical dilemma. Regardless of the ethics behind the situation, the company should be at fault for reparations due to the nature of blame and economics. On an individual basis, cases caused by accidents seemingly should not require recompense.
The simple fact is that new ideas and new inventions due not necessarily have a positive ethical value or application. Therefore it is beyond the scope of the ethical mind to make the determination of whether the output of the creating mind is in fact ethically valid. But applying principles of the ethical mind in real life and real workplace settings is not always easy. But one thing is certain: if one hides behind a "veil of ignorance" and deliberately shuts off one 's mind to one 's real position in the world, then one is certain to have a faulty ethical mind that makes bad ethical decision (Gardner 9). For instance, the companies globally are now under scrutiny for setting up off-shore shell companies in the tax heaven through a Panamian law firm called Mossack Fonseca (“Giant”).
Virtues are important to engineering because they can act as a guide for engineers to make morally correct choices. An engineer without virtues cannot be considered a good person; therefore, they will likely make immoral decisions that only benefit themselves. This paper will explore Aristotle’s understanding of eudaimonia and arête, the differences between virtues of thought and virtues of character, and several virtues that are important to engineering and will allow me to flourish over the course of my career. According to Aristotle, eudaimonia (happiness) is a term that encompasses what it means to live well. He says eudaimonia is not a state of mind and does not come and go as happiness, in the traditional sense, can.
When it comes to the philosopher that is mostly correct about the kinds of personal sacrifices that morality shouldn’t demand on us to make in the name of common good, it is Bernard Williams. He basically states that utilitarianism is too demanding upon us for the happiness of others, where we can’t even focus on the happiness of ourselves. Not only is a person responsible for the things they do in life, but they have to be responsible for the consequences of things that they don’t do in life that don’t bring the greatest happiness to everyone around them. Utilitarianism states that even if someone were to feel a negative way on a subject due to their values or morals, they should dismiss all personal feelings and emotions to promote general happiness. Williams disagrees and I as well disagree with that statement.
This requirement is found to be absent in the decisions of the employer inch the present case. (iii) Presence of the Union representative would have not only fulfilled the; legal requirements but would also have brought a higher bargaining power to the employee and the informal; proceedings can be seen as method to mask this requirement. (iv) Keeping in view this situation, we find that in the present case although all issues of Article 13.2 and 13.3 such that meeting and issuing of letter were performed by employer, the fact that a union representative was absent violated the rights of the employee in such proceedings. Since, the proceedings matched the criteria of Article 13.2 and 13.3 of the collective bargaining agreement we find that those were indeed disciplinary proceedings and arbitral proceedings can be started in such