The Ethics Of Ethical Decision Making Essay

1115 Words Oct 19th, 2015 null Page
Head lining enterprises and their government often have the authority and the overall power to approve or disapprove of decisions that (in the long run) will obviously affect the public’s well-being, therefore, they practice the art of ethical decision-making. Ethical issues always have a way of showing up in situations where multiple stakeholders, interests and values fuse and rules are ambiguous or terribly enforced. These decisions being made by people we can hardly trust have the potential of an aftermath of tremendous social consequences, mostly with regards to safety, health and welfare of employees, consumers and the entire community (McGuiggan, 2012).
It’s no secret. Personnel in the various forms of organizations in any transportation industry sector must regulate the many ethical issues that come with the job. In markets found in cities, or rather, towns, where more than one airline, train track or sea port is impossible to obtain, the dominant carrier can opts to engage in monopolistic pricing – raise the ticket value so high in order for the company to maximize on profit earnings without the fear of competition. But, does this turn out well for the airline? At most times, I would say it does for the first couple of weeks until the consumers figure them out. You see, there are two types of air travelers out there: the business and the pleasure types. The incline in pricing will greatly affect the business passengers, who are more flexible, more willing to divert…

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