Ethical Dilemma Assignment Help
This report is based on the ethical dilemma which occurred within workplace in business or even in the educational institutes. Ethical dilemma is the commonly faced situation where the metal conflicts are involved through different actions.
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Ethical Dilemma Assignment Help

Ethical Dilemma Assignment HelpIntroduction

This report is based on the ethical dilemma which occurred within workplace in business operations or even in the educational institutes. Ethical dilemma is the commonly faced situation where the metal conflicts are involved through different actions. Through this report ethical situation is discussed with assumption. The people who were involved, the situation, reason behind it, my own action against the dilemma which is based on ethics are also discussed. Different theories of ethics like the deontology, consequentialism and virtue of ethics are the main ones in the ethical issues. These ethics are described through critical analyse. Later reflection on own organizational behavior is discussed by taking Part 1 and 2 discussion.Part 1

Discuss an Ethical Dilemma Assignment Help that you have had to face in the workplace or at college / university.

Working in a trade association I have faced ethical dilemmas. I had ran into such an issue where a new director in finance management of my company. I found out that the director with another executive are providing uncorrected reporting to the board of directors of the company. Though I did not have any proper evidence on the number that were wrongly showed I tried to find out the press release and other documents. After few months I have got the papers which were sufficient in revealing their deed. But on knowing this the director and as also CEO of the organisation tried to threaten me in various method. The CEO rather tried to harass me for not wanting to lie on the financials. (, 2014).
After trying several time I got caught of one of the board of directors with the help of my friend who was in a big position. I confront him all the issues and showed him the financial services and the false one.
I took the action though knowing that I might get fired or I position can be down as the values and policies were in conflict. The virtues and the ethics were pushing my wiliness to stand on the right side. After reviewing all the materials placed by me they board of directors fired the executive and lower the position of CEO. But as he got influences on the upper level he got me fired on the next month. (, 2014).But I stayed to my moral values. In the process several other people were also get fired and my friend who helped me had to face certain consequences on this performances. It hurt a little but as the right thing has to be done I did it.
After having done this I felt relieved and free of burden. Though the consequences did not came in favour of me I was happy with my choice and never looked back.  By doing do I was able to respect myself and convince others to do as well.
I will be able to give myself 8 as for my deed certain employees and colleagues has to face issues over their career and job I had been thinking on the moral line. The wrong should be punished whatever the reason is.

Part 2 Ethical Dilemma Assignment Help Analysis

Normative theories are the ethical concepts which provide us help in figuring out what is right and what is wrong. Which decision and how one has to act in a particular situation is defined by a set of philosophical ethics. It differs from the meta ethics as it gives the idea on the standards describing rightness and wrongness. There are mainly three types of normative ethics. (Copp, 2005).
Virtue ethics: it is the first virtue ethics which is based on the moral character of the person who is performing the act, normally termed as agent. By considering this ethical theory there are a set of character traits in the character like compassion, generosity, courage etc. These traits ought to be visible on our actions. (Shoemaker, 2015)The basic persisting concept behind this theory is to cultivate the virtue ethics within ones characteristics in a way which will enforce the attitudes and expression regarding the virtue traits in ones actions. These set of traits let us ought to act which exhibit the virtues, though our actions might be taken as bad or might become a cause to the consequences which are undesirable.
These ethics are advocated by Aristotle, the great Greek philosopher. According his theory of virtue, it is about the person not the actions. According to Aristotle the virtue falls within two vices, the vices of deficiency and excess. (Shoemaker, 2015) The virtue traits thus can be taken as in the vices of excess and the trait cowardice has thus fallen within virtue of deficiency. Aristotle also define certain virtues such as the cardinal virtues. These virtues direct us how to it is good for ourselves to be. Aristotle referred that these virtues can be gained through practice and habituation. These virtues are listed as traditional. Through the works of Philippa Foot, Mortimer J. Adler G.E.M. Anscombe, Yves Simon, Jacques Maritain and Rosalind Hurst house, the famous philosophers the virtue of ethics has been significantly revived over the past half-century. (Shoemaker, 2015)
These virtues encompass a number of strengths which are advantageous over other approaches. The virtue of ethics does not rely on the divine law and also does not reduce ethics in actions. But objections are also coined over these virtues. The drawbacks of these virtues are:

  • When virtues are vices: some behavior can be thought as immoral,
  • Applications: confusion on how to apply the theory in moral dilemmas.
  • Supererogation: difficulties in acting with exceptional goodness.(Moral philosophy., 2009)
  • Relativity of virtue: difficulties in overcoming cultural prejudices.

Considering my deed is stayed at my virtue. Virtue is related to the trustworthiness and conscientiousness. My positive traits guides me to do the right thing. It can also be contrasted with the self-centred act as I did not sufficiently considering the deeds might get impacted on others.

Deontology: it is the second type of normative theory. These ethics are focused on type of act being performed rather than the performer. It refers that certain types of acts are good or bad. Irrespective of the consequences these acts must not be performed. This theory considers the factors of other’s rights and one’s duties. (Moral philosophy, 2009)It has been in contrast to the consequentialism which set moral ethics over the acts on the consequences. Deltiologists hold that certain acts should never be approaches or performed even if their result become to a good consequences. There are three major theories which are considered by the deltiologists. These are Kantian ethics, Divine commands and agapism.(Moral philosophy, 2009)

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