1. B) Warn George of the risk and put the sale at risk before taking the order, if George still wants to place it. Q. 1 – What ethical principle or principles reflect your decisions? Q. 2- How would you assess the ethical intensity in this situation? The ethical principle that I applied was consequential theory. The Barbara did not have to tell George necessary to complete her sales and since George has been the regular and best customer, he would even be okay with the defects of his linen jacket after all. However, Barbara took the consequence by telling the truth to George even if he decides not to complete his order due the risk and continue coming because he felt trustworthy of the company and sales representative Barbara. It is the building relationship between customers. I do not necessary agree with _____ about characteristic theory that it is a personal virtues and intent of the individuals. If Barbara took her personal virtue of receiving year-end bonus that she might have made the sales transaction complete even with the risk.
2. A) Warn Juan of the upcoming layoffs.
Q. 1 – What ethical principle or principles reflect your decision? Q.2 – How would you evaluate the ethical intensity in this situation? Tough decision but I applied Rule-based theories. Employees are right to know what is going on even if the decision has not been made. Putting myself in Juan’s position that if I knew that layoffs will be announced then I can decide whether to purchase the home or not. If I did not know and purchased the home then consequence will be harsh on me and my family. It is Juan’s decision to buy or not but he should be aware of the company’s situation. Jose should put himself in Juan’s position that how Juan would greatly appreciate if he knew what is going on. 3. C) Decline the offer.
Q. 1 – What ethical principle or principles reflect your decision? Q.2 – How would you evaluate the ethical intensity in this situation? For this situation I...
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