See attached case study. Given the current pressures on China, Jamaica, and America expressed in the article, how would ethics play a role in decision making for financial, environmental, and cultural issues? According to Schulman if you want to talk about business ethics in China, don't set yourself up as the Western expert imposing foreign models on the Chinese. The Chinese, Rothlin stated, are very open to considering ethical issues:
His career has progressed from a humble beginning as a sales boy to utility worker, teacher and college administrator. He entered government service in where he became the Administrator of Tag.
He is known for his good and dynamic leadership as an Administrator thus Tag people supported him when he sought for public office as City Councilor in He has been a resource speaker in governance, and provided teaching, lectures and workshops on leadership, parliamentary procedure, team building and legislative processes to the youth and adult leaders of the city.
Allan Lopez Erelong and he is the subject of this case study. This case study is a portrayal of an actual scenario, usually multifaceted and illustrate instances dilemma.
Ethics refers to well based standards of right and wrong, and prescribe what humans ought to do. Ethics are continuous efforts of striving to ensure that people, and the institutions they shape, live up to the standards that are reasonable and solely Dates.
W makes an action the right rather than the wrong, thing to do? What should our goals be? An ethical dilemma can be described as a circumstance that requires a choice between competing sets of principles in a given, usually undesirable or perplexing, situation.
Conflicts of interest are possibly the most obvious example that could place public sector leaders in an ethical dilemma. Other types of ethical dilemmas in which public servants may find themselves include conflict between: Politics can involve a wide variety of ethical issues, ranging from accepting campaign financing to balancing the conflicting needs of a institution.
Politicians can struggle with ethical dilemmas every day as they struggle to run a campaign or a legislative office fairly and with the best interests of the public in mind.
Public officials are not merely executors of public policy. They make decisions pertaining to the lives of people, for example, about taxes, survival and the dismissal of people. Vice Mayor Allan L.
Erelong is a currently third-term vice mayor of Tag City. He was the presiding officer of the Sanguine Pantaloons regarding to the implementation of the revision of the Real Property Tax RPR Code which aimed to revise the taxes on real property in the City of Tag.
The real property taxation in the Philippines was formerly instituted in the year during the American regime. Consequently, on January 31,Act No. It is where real property taxation in the Philippines was first formally implemented.
In other words, local governments in the Philippines are vested with the power to create their own revenue sources. Such power must of course be exercised within the limitations set by law. The Local Government Code of allocated the taxing powers among local government units to prevent double and multiple taxation.
The power to impose the real property tax has been given to Tag City. The tax applies to all forms of real property such as land, building, improvements, and machinery. Exemption is given to real properties owned by government, charitable institutions, churches, cooperatives, and those that are used in the supply of water and electric power.
Equipment for pollution control and environmental protection is not subject to tax. The head of the administration, who is the City Mayor, is pushing for the revision of the RPR of which it will really affect especially those taxpayers and land owners.
Erelong, being the head of the legislative department and presiding officer, had no choice if there will be no more objections from the council, and being the arbiter, he has to bang the gable.
It would means that it is final and he document will be signed by him attesting the decision made the council. Erelong reiterated the functions of the vice mayor as a presiding officer of the Sanguine Pantaloons and his letter to various stakeholders is Just a part of his routinely functions as a legislator.
His ethical dilemma then is would he keep silent when he finds that the revision of the Real Property Tax code could greatly affect the public especially the taxpayers and the landowners of Tag City?
Should he actively engage in pressure political activities like implementation of the revision of the said ode because he belongs to the same political party? Or should he endeavourer only to promote the interests and welfare of the public?
One option is that will he choose the collegial body and the head of the local government executive department? And the second option is will he side on the landowners, who owned the agricultural lands and the taxpayers?
If he will go against with his party mates, he will be isolated with the majority of his collegial body. However, if he will side with the taxpayers and endorsers who are complaining, his relationship with his party mates will be affected. There is certain reasons why he will choose the local government executive department.
We belong in the same party, referring to the mayor, me, the majority of the councilor.1 Running header: Chapter Three: Case Studies; #1 & #5 Business Ethics Chapter Three: Case Study #1 Poverty in America Kina L. Robinson Professor Malinda Whitman DeVry University May 19, This preview has intentionally blurred sections%(4).
Business Ethics Case Study #1 Starbucks Starbucks is a business that has been around since serving a various amount of coffee for people all around the United States. This business started in the city of Seattle with getting port of coffee from around the world. Poverty In America Case Study Business Ethics Candy’s Dilemma This ethics case focuses on a non-partner manager for a CPA firm who decides to leave the firm to work in the private industry The manager’s name is Candy Bookit and the CPA firm she was working for is Ima, Sharp and Crooke. i The Enduring Challenge of Concentrated Poverty in America: Case Studies from Communities Across the U.S. EdiTors David Erickson, Federal Reserve Bank .
Poverty In America Case Study Business Ethics Candy’s Dilemma This ethics case focuses on a non-partner manager for a CPA firm who decides to leave the firm to work in the private industry The manager’s name is Candy Bookit and the CPA firm she was working for is Ima, Sharp and Crooke.
This report is an expanded version of a case study that appeared as one of 16 community profiles published in “The Enduring Challenge of Concentrated Poverty in America: Case Studies from Communities Across the U.S.,” a joint.
Ethics Case Study. Read: A Study of Differences in Business Ethical Values in Mainland China, the U.S. and Jamaica. Given the current pressures on China, Jamaica, and America expressed in the article, how would ethics play a role in decision-making for financial, environmental, and cultural issues?
Here in the given case study, it shows that Gerald considers the success more than a trend and wants that he wants concentrates more on preserving the business as a family business, showing the reculantance towards not introducing any new in the family business.
Case , Poverty in America on pages Next, reflect upon the following in preparation for composing a case analysis: What moral obligation, if any, do we have individually and as a society to reduce poverty?