ETHICAL DILEMMAS

Group Members: Payal Goregonkar Afsha Ratansi Nida Ulday Shehzad Alvi Shoiab Mansuri

in which to obey one would result in transgressing another .Meaning ‡ An Ethical dilemma is a complex situation that will often involve an apparent mental conflict between moral imperatives.

Is Ethical Behavior Good Or Bad For Business? The advantages of ethical behavior include: ‡ Higher ‡ Improved brand and business awareness and recognition ‡ Better employee motivation and recruitment ‡ New sources of finance The disadvantages claimed for ethical business include: ‡ Higher costs ‡ Higher overheads ‡ A danger of building up false expectations .

‡ Being insincere.Codes Of Ethics In Workplace Professional ethics deals with following the policies laid out by the organization when dealing with competitors ‡ Misrepresentation of data. ‡ Flouting the norm of confidentiality in the workplace ‡ Engaging in corporate espionage ‡ Misreporting the amount or number of hours worked. ‡ Dressing inappropriately or against the dress code set by the organization. and disloyal towards the organization. ‡ Taking credit for work done by another colleague. ‡ Violating the established code of ethics in the ‡ Dealing with problems in the workplace in an unprofessional manner . ‡ Taking advantage of a professional situation ‡ Instigating colleagues ‡ Stealing or misrepresenting information for personal benefit. uncommitted.

The Prisoner's Dilemma ‡ Moral Uncertainty ‡ Self-Imposed Dilemmas World-Imposed Dilemmas Prohibition Dilemmas .

Case Study Would You Lie? .

Ethical Dilemma in Today's Business ‡ Nestlé¶s Corporate Crimes ‡ Nestlé¶s ethical dilemmas Unethical marketing practices Overcharged prices Unfair labor practices .

Applying De George¶s Principles (MNC) ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Do no harm Do more good Respect the human rights of their employees Respect local regulations .

Joseph K Wells(Case Study) ‡ The case scenario ‡ Ethical principles at risk ‡ The theories of ethics applicable to my dilemma ‡ The resolution and the methods used .

WORLD VIEW PREDOMINANTLY HELD ‡ O = OWNERS / OWNERSHIP ‡ E = ENVIRONMENT / ENVIRONMENTAL IMPOSITIONS . OR AGENTS WHO CARRY OUT THE DECISION ‡ T = TRANSFORMATION PROCESS.Ethical Dilemma: Vikram Karve CATWOE MODEL ‡ C = CUSTOMERS. OR CLIENTS OF THE DECISION ‡ A = ACTORS. THE DECISION MAKER ‡ W =WELTANSCHAUUNG.

Conclusion .