Game of Ethics Eth/316 Essay

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The Ethics Game Dilemma
Ethics 316
September 30, 2012

The Ethics Game Dilemma
The Ethics Game Simulation is a tool created to teach how the decision-making process affects various stakeholders, and the ethical value of the decision determinations. Business organizations have encountered new challenges of ethical awareness with the increased globalization of industries and markets. People of many cultures, social statuses, and religions are joined in various business opportunities and projects via the World Wide Web. Core values of many companies must consider general humanity as the employee versus specific geographic regions of people and societies.
The various results of the Ethics Game Dilemma placed values on decisions made
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In regard to the decision-making process, the stakeholder’s (the people most affected by the decision) behaviors must be considered, the rights of the stakeholders, the responsibility of roles within the company, and which options best represent the culmination of these factors. The decision to terminate the employment of both individuals is based in reason and fairness, within legal guidelines, and considered ethical determinations. Maintaining the employment of either individual could mean condoning policy violations and illegal activities if the company is to remain fair and equal in future judgments. The termination of the employees minimizes legal risks to the company, satisfies shareholders, executives, and maintains the values of the corporate core values.
The second scenario regarded the safety of employees through increased security measures for access to the facilities, and religious freedoms that could be denied through security protocols. Picture identification badges have been suggested as an added protective measure for all employees. Women of Muslim faith who wear burkas believe photo identifications may infer on their religious beliefs by requiring them to show their face for identification purposes.
The decision-making process for this scenario required fairness for all with regard to special circumstances. The safety of employees and company property must be a top priority, while not infringing on the rights of

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