Choice to Leave for The New Job & Gaining Important Skills Discussion
In this chapter, we explored how personal values influence our ethical choices. Practice making ethical choices based on your value priorities in the following scenarios. Remember, don’t respond based on what you believe the instructor or your classmates would say. Base it on your value priorities. We are not here to judge. Just be sure to explain your value priorities in how you came to each decision.
Reply and submit and post your responses to the following questions:
- You are offered a great job, but you have to relocate to a distant city. Your spouse and children agree that the decision is yours to make, but you know they do not want to move. What do you do?
- You have discovered that your boss lied on her resume about her academic credentials. She is being considered for a new position in your organization, but you believe you are more qualified than she is. Will you tell the hiring panel about your boss’s indiscretion?
- You are taking an online college class and have been offered the final exam from a student who printed a copy for you after taking the exam yesterday. The correct answers are not on the test copy. You are in danger of failing the class and losing your financial aid. Do you accept the document or use it to study for your exam?