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Copy of Empress Luxury Lines

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Empress Luxury Lines
Niyoosha, Kevin & Domenica
Conclusion
If Antonio or Kevin were fired for reporting Empress's fraud
Introduction
Background of the Case Study
Ethics, Social Responsibility & Sustainable Development

Empress Luxury Lines Pty Ltd
Roger- CFO
Phil- Supervisor
Antonio- Employee

Kevin- Technician
Chapter Four


"Ethics is not definable, is not implementable, because it is not conscious; it involves not only our thinking, but also our feeling"

Valdemar W. Setzer, Brazilian anthropologist

What should Antonio do?
1. Advise Kevin to go ahead and report Empress to the Insurance Company
2. Treat Kevin's communication as confidential and deal with the situation himself?

3. Sweep the problem under the rug
Decision to be reached if he applied the Utilitarian approach
Ethical concept that moral behavior produces the greatest good for the greatest number of people
Under this approach Antonio would treat Kevin's communication as confidential and deal with the situation himself
Decision to be reached if he applied the Individualism approach
Ethical concept that act is moral when they promote the individual's best long term interests, which ultimately leads to the greater good
Under this approach Antonio would again treat Kevin's communication as confidential and deal with the situation himself
What would you do if you were in Antonio's position?
1. Pre-conventional
2. Conventional
3. Post-Conventional
a) Would they be justified in removing all traces of their employment at the cruise line from their perceptive employer why they were fired?
b) Why or why not?

Real life examples
Walmart


Work experience adds value to your resume
Be prepared to respond
Turn situation into a positive experience
References
David Gebler on Ethics in Business (Trust Quotes #10) | Trusted Advisor. 2013. David Gebler on Ethics in Business (Trust Quotes #10) | Trusted Advisor. [ONLINE] Available at: http://trustedadvisor.com/trustmatters/david-gebler-on-ethics-in-business-trust-quotes-10. [Accessed 17 September 2013].

Famous Quotes on Business Ethics and Responsibility. 2013. Famous Quotes on Business Ethics and Responsibility. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.12manage.com/quotes_er.html. [Accessed 17 September 2013].

Samson, D & Daft, RL 2012, Fundamentals of Management, 4th Edition, Cengage Learning Australia, South Melbourne.

Top 10 Unethical Business Actions - Listverse. 2013. Top 10 Unethical Business Actions - Listverse. [ONLINE] Available at: http://listverse.com/2011/09/13/top-10-unethical-business-actions/. [Accessed 17 September 2013].

Whistleblowers Australia. 2013. Whistleblowers Australia. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.whistleblowers.org.au/statepse.html. [Accessed 18 September 2013
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