Decision-Making And Ethical Issues In The Start Up Company

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In Joseph L. Badaracco, Jr. lecture, Defining Moments he asked the important question about decision-making. He asked not how to make a decision about what is right vs. what is wrong, but he asked how do you make the decision of what is right vs. right. In the application food company, the decision to pick between the two applicants is a right vs. right decision. Based on both applicants’ qualifications hiring one over the other will result in that there is no right or wrong decision, both applicants could work for the company and no one citizen or society as a whole will be harmed in the decision of who is hired. The decision of hiring either of the two applicants is based on the ethical decision making of the decision. And what is the is …show more content…
Hire the more qualified applicant or the other applicant, who if hired could really get the business financially going with a 50,000 dollar investment from my partners grandparents. These are my thoughts in decision-making. Every company would love to have capital handed to them, but I do not know if I would want to get that money in an unethical way. Even though we are a start up company and need capital to get this company rolling I do not know if I want my company started in a sleazy and sneaky way. There are many critical facts that I need to valuate for my …show more content…
Even though this means that we will not get the 50,000 dollars of contributed capital. I justified my decision based of Bararacco’s four frameworks. In net-net consequences the winners are the qualified employee who deserves the job and the restaurant owners who are the most comfortable with her. The losers are second applicant who is involved with the community but is not qualified for the job and my partner’s grandparents who will be disappointed and not pay us the money. I believe that this plan has the most benefits and fewest losses to the most amounts of

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