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Examing ethics in workplace

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Adneris Ferrer

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Examining ethics in workplace
By: Adneris Ferrer González
Wilfredo Marrero Rivera
Marivelisse Falgas
Dilema #1: “Resumé”
How would you react ethically?
Based on the obstacles to an Ethical Decision Making:

The False Necessity Trap
The Doctrine-Of-Relative Filth Trap
The Rationalization Trap
The Self-Deception Trap

Based on Goals of Ethical Business Communicators
The most related with the dilemma:
Telling the Truth: sooner or later will be know, and the consequence can be, lose your job, has bad references for other work .
Based on Tools for Doing the Right Thing
Is the action you are considering legal?
How would you see the problem if you were on the opposite side?
What are alternate solutions?
Can you discuss the problem with someone whose advice you trust?
How would you feel if your family, friends, employer, or coworkers learned of your action?

Dilemma #2
Social Security Fraud
Second Dilemma
What is a Social Security?
What is a fraud?
Recent Notice:
http://www.noticel.com/noticia/147628/buceaba-bailaba-merengue-pero-cobraba-incapacidad-al-seguro-social.html
Based on the obstacles to an Ethical Decision Making:
Based on Goals of Ethical Business Communicators
Abiding the law
Telling the truth

All this is summarized that “Big or small, lies are lies".

Is the action you are considering legal?
How would you see the problem if you were on the opposite side?
What are alternate solutions?
Can you discuss the problem with someone whose advice you trust?
How would you feel if your family, friends, employer, or coworkers learned of your action?
Based on Tools for Doing the Right Thing
The False Necessity Trap
The Doctrine-Of-Relative Filth Trap
The Rationalization Trap
The Self-Deception Trap
Questions
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