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Ethics case study
TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION:..........................................................................................................................1MAIN BODY..................................................................................................................................1CONCLUSION:...............................................................................................................................3REFERENCES:...............................................................................................................................4
INTRODUCTION:Ethics means applied policies and principles that are followed or implemented inorganisation. It is applied principle that has to be followed by company with its customers,suppliers, etc. (Biller-Andorno and Capron, 2016). it describes that how information is sharedbetween companies. This case study is related to companies who were in contract of designingproducts and supplying it. Convair produced door of DC air planes. Confidential informationregarding door safety was leaked and it resulted in the deadliest plane crash.MAIN BODY1) Organisation owns its ethical responsibilities towards its customer, government, society, etc. Itensures that goods provided to them are of proper quality and fair price.Responsibility to employees –A business is responsible for maintaining its laws andregulations. It consists of polices of taking decisions (Miller and Blackler, 2017). Moreover, acompany should not expose its decision to any other company.Responsibility to customers-Company must follow its obligations to customers. It means thatthey must provide effective products to consumer ensuring its safety, usefulness and quality.However, it must protect its brand image in the market by solving issues.Responsibility to supply chain-A business must act honestly with its suppliers and distributors.It means that it must supply fair quality goods to them. Also, any change in products should beinformed to them.Responsibility to environment –It is the ethical duty of business to protect environment. Itshould interact with external and internal stakeholders to take decisions. Any change inenvironment must be responded and according products are produced.These ethical duties are performed by business. It enables business to regulate its policiesabout decision making. Also, it helps in maintaining better relationship with customers andsuppliers.2) A business should not disclose any confidential information regarding risk associated withproduct to customers. It is the duty of business to discuss it with management and government.This will help in making some changes in product (Harriss and Atkinson, 2015). Convairduties are incompatible wit DC. It is because change in door safety has not been effective1
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