This book takes a new approach to ethics by focusing on the kinds of dilemmas that confront people almost daily on the job. Guy presents the ten core values that surround ethical dilemmas, demonstrating the way in that personnel can sensitize themselves to the values involved in a problem and reach a solution which maximizes the important values. The author's unique contribution is to meld philosophy with everyday decision-making, offering the reader a common sense approach to making ethical decisions. Real-life case examples illustrate ethical dilemmas that involve personnel practices, organizing strategies, reporting functions, supervisory practices, whistleblowing, and more.
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