Pharmacare: Organizational Standards And Code Of Virtue Ethics

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The organizational ethical considerations are applications of formal and informal organizational standards and code of conducts that are obligatory to be follow by employees and every employer represented. Every part of the core ethical considerations should include trust development, honesty and respect to the workers and the consumers to maintain a healthy social and marketing interaction with the customer. To aim to follow ethical consideration and instill cultural compliance, it takes a good solid manager to successfully and positively deal with the issues inside with what is right for the company considering two factors. The stakeholders and the employees involved in the issue. Stakeholders are those who can affect or be affected by the organization’s actions, objectives and or policies. Actions can be either negative or positive. Stakeholders can be employees, directors, customers, owners, suppliers, etc. The stakeholders for this scenario with PharmaCARE are the employees, the company, the Colberian …show more content…
Virtue ethics can be “identified as the one that emphasizes the virtues, or moral character Virtue ethics.” (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. 2007). Based on virtue ethics, I think that PharmaCARE is failing here as well. They are doing nothing charitable to help the locals of the country. In fact, they are taking away from them by providing hazardous working conditions. Helping the locals build a water supply system or food supply system would be fulfilling virtue ethics. PharmaCARE is doing the exact opposite. PharmaCARE’s care in relation to ethics of care is way off. The company does not think about how to fix things. They have problems and they do not think about how to solve that problem the right way. They should be addressing how to increase their employee’s standard of living or how to help the employees. Instead, they are only concerned with their own goals and own

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