Compare and Contrast Utilitarianism and Deontology
Compare and Contrast Utilitarianism and DeontologyCompare and contrast utilitarianism and deontology.
Utilitarianism is the principle that the correct form of action be taken to benefit the greatest number of people. Deontology is defined as the area of ethics involving the responsibility, moral duty and commitment. Both utilitarianism and deontology deal with the ethics and consequences of one’s actions and behavior despite the outcome.
To contrast utilitarianism and deontology, utilitarianism summarized is making the right decision followed by the right actions that has the best outcome for the largest number of individuals. Deontology is the understanding and practice that there is a respect for life, fairness, and honesty despite the consequences and no matter the affect on the minority or majority of people affected.
Explain whether you agree or disagree that there should be a difference between the treatment of prospective as opposed to current employees where drug testing is concerned.
I agree that there should be a difference between the treatment of prospective as opposed to current employees where drug testing is concerned. I do that if an individual whether they are a prospective or current employee and are abusing drugs than they should not be employed especially if there impairment could be a hazard. However, I do feel that current employees should be offered some type of drug treatment to help them with any drug issue that they might have. I don’t feel as if this should be offered to prospective employees because they are not yet a part of that employer’s workforce and haven’t contributed to the company. I do believe that all individuals should be given some type of help regarding treatment just not that it will always come from the same source.
Describe the four elements that a plaintiff must show in order to establish a prima facie case of hostile environment sexual harassment. (Feel free to refer back to our Week 4 Supplemental Materials and your textbook pp. 124-130)....