17 October 2017
Devils Den Questions
1) The Devils Den employees were suffering from a violation of Informational Justice throughout all levels of the work place. Employees and managers were not given set rules which accounted for the lack of knowledge on freebies for snacks. The student managers were not taught on how to manage their employees and they were not given very many more responsibilities this created a lack of communication between the employees and managers.
2) I think Susan is in the Conventional Moral Development because she says she was taught what was right and what was wrong, this means she was raised to follows social obligations like to not steal. However, the employees on the other hand …show more content…
They unknowingly promoted unethical behavior by giving their workers poor working hours and low wages. They also did not reward their employees that well financially. This created a culture where the employees did not feel inclined to work well or ethical due to the fact they were not receiving what, in their minds, was appropriate pay. The company also did not discipline employees for their wrong doings. One employee tried to steal money and got a mere wrap on the knuckles and was told not to do it again. This would further encourage unethical behavior because employees knew there were not serious repercussions for their actions. Student managers also set bad examples because they to aloud for the taking of …show more content…
And Enron’s mentality was to fake their own success to look good in the stock market. These two things played off of each other to help propel Enron’s greed and unethical sometimes illegal behavior. Since the mentality in the stock market was to but high stocks Enron seemed like a good prospect due to the fact they never stopped growing. Enron realized this mentality and took advantage of it. They did this by lying about their profits and how they company was doing overall. This resulted in fueling Enron’s greed to keep lying about how well they were doing because they knew people would keep buying their