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VALUES AND WORK ETHICS: MORAL RESPONSIBILITY and RIGHTS OF LABOR AND CAPITAL
Transcript of VALUES AND WORK ETHICS: MORAL RESPONSIBILITY and RIGHTS OF LABOR AND CAPITAL
and shame and the general feeling of
fear of losing one's honor and being
ostracized by society based on penal laws or legal
standards enforced by the state involving definite sanctions such as fines, imprisonment and even death MORAL RESPONSIBILITY DETERMINANTS
RESPONSIBILITY DELIBERATE knowledgeable of the implications and conditions of the act FREE power to choose among the alternatives MURDER SAVE DROWNING PRINCIPLE OF RESPONSIVENESS ADJUSTMENT Declares that: A person is morally responsible for a wrongdoing he does unintentionally. If after having known its wrong nature, he does not adjust his behavior or does not adopt corrective measures to prevent future occurrences of the same wrongdoing. Thus, a person who repeatedly commits the same act that produces evil result not directly intended -- even if his action remains involuntary, is no longer excused from guilt and assumes full responsibility for his act and its unintended consequences. ACTIONS WITH UNINTENDED RESULTS IGNORANCE is not an excuse! DOUBLE EFFECT THE FOUR CONDITIONS: 1. The Object of the Act 2. Motive of the Agent 3. Principle of Proportionality 4. Order of Time NOTE: If any of these conditions is violated, then the action is not justifiable and should not be done. DOUBLE EFFECT RIGHTS OF WORKERS 1. Right to Self-Organization 2. Right to Collective Bargaining 3. Right to Collective Negotiation 4. Right to Peaceful and Concerted Activities 5. Right to Security of Tenure 6. Right to Just and Humane Conditions of Work 7. Right to a Living Wage 8. Right to Participate in Policy and Decision Making RIGHTS OF EMPLOYERS 1. Right to Decide on Matters that are Essential to the Interest of the Business 2. Right to Reasonable Returns of Investment 3. Right to Expansion and Growth Duties and Responsibilities of Workers To protect the rights of others To fulfill obligation to contacted service to employers To protect and conserve materials To observe terms and conditions of employment To observe peace and order RIGHTS OF CAPITAL AND LABOR MORAL RESPONSIBILITY UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS
THE GRADUATE SCHOOL Thomas Aquinas Research Complex
España Blvd, Sampaloc, Manila VALUES AND WORTH ETHICS Chapter 8 and 9 Advanced Nursing Administration 1
Book Review GRAZALDY ALONSABE, RN 4 Conditions: 1. The Object of The Act 2. Motive of the Agent 3.Principle of Proportionality 4. Order of Time A doer is morally responsible for the intended result of his act only when: 1. he is able to foresee the evil result or effect, or at least in a general way 2. he is free to refrain from doing that which would produce the foreseen evil 3. the doer has moral obligation not to do that which produces an evil effect