• Students will thoroughly research the topic and define the ethical concerns in detail.
• Using two of the traditional theories suggest potential resolutions to the dilemma(s)
• In the discussion of the resolution, include the impact that ethical relativism and globalization may have upon the suggested dilemma resolution.
• Select the best resolution and explain in detail why.
Required Formatting of Final Project:
This paper should be Single-Spaced, 12-point font, and 5 pages in length excluding the title page and reference page;
Introductory paragraph and a summary paragraph;
Use headings to demarcate your discussion;
Write in the third person;
Use APA formatting for in-text citations and a reference page. You are expected to paraphrase and not use quotes.
This material may consist of step-by-step explanations on how to solve a problem or examples of proper writing, including the use of citations, references, bibliographies, and formatting. This material is made available for the sole purpose of studying and learning - misuse is strictly forbidden.Ethical Dilemmas; A Case Study of Whistle Blowing
In human resource management, the ethical issues emanating from internal oppression and employees mistrust has remained a highly subjective topic, which is dependent on the internal structure of the organization. The most challenging aspect is the applicability of the 'whistleblowing' ethical requirements in a closed private organization. The ethical code requires the employees to report any managerial misconduct that threatens the basic human rights as well as the workers protection laws. Nevertheless, the civil law system does not provide enough security to the whistle blowers thus making the requirement a liability to most employees despite the ethical requirements. As such, there is a pressing necessity for the civil systems to offer palpable solutions to the increased incrimination of whistleblowers. Through inclusive research, the paper evaluates the ethical dilemmas in relation to globalization and ethical relativism.
In most organizations, employees face difficult decisions when they discover unethical activities within their organizations. It is the obligation of all employees to work for a common organizational goal. As such, when one of the employees, either senior or junior, depicts an ethical behavior, he or she puts the whole organization in jeopardy....