Mcdonald's Ethical Dilemma Analysis

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A second ethical dilemma occurred when Ray visited Jerry Cullen and Jack Horford, who are franchise owners and are rich businessmen, restaurant and to Ray’s unpleasant surprise there was trash in front of the ordering window, the franchise owners were offering corn on the cob and fried chicken, they were adding lettuce to their hamburgers and many other types of issues that goes against McDonald’s policy. This leads to the second ethical dilemma incurred when Ray Kroc encountered two franchise owners of McDonald's at the golf course where he approached them about not following the standards that were set by Maurice and Richard McDonald. The violations that they made were their menus offered extra items, along with the quality of product …show more content…
The ethical dilemma is Ray’s displaying store the number #1 store and what right did he have to call his store number #1. Ray could have consulted with Maurice and Richard before making that claim to make sure that the claim is true and necessary for the business because this gave a chance for everyone to be in communication on how they want to run the business. Also, he had the option of not making that claim at all and there are no …show more content…
A good marriage is based on many things, but one of the most important things is communication; there are a lot of decisions that must be made between the two people. Ray did not act rightly or fairly because he made the decision rather than making the decision together. He could have talked to his wife about mortgaging the house because ultimately if they lose their home, they are

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