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BUSINESS ETHICS
BUSINESS ETHICS

Case Assignment’s on: 1. Alia's case 2. Corporate Espionage 3. Internal Reporting

Submitted To:
Prof. Kaushik Choudhari

By:
Nakul Paruthi
SNU ID: 1410120021

Submission Date:
7th September, 2015

Submitted To:
Prof. Kaushik Choudhari

By:
Nakul Paruthi
SNU ID: 1410120021

Submission Date:
7th September, 2015

School of Management and Entrepreneurship Gautam Budh Nagar, U.P., 201314
Case 1: Alia
Problem: Should Alia fire Kate as directed by Sallu Mia?
Stakeholders
* Alia * Sallu Mia * Kate * Other employees in NCR division * HR department
Smell Test
What if this report gets published in newspaper or gets out?
This will certainly effect the brand image of the company, possibly action will be taken against Alia if firing Kate on wrong grounds against the code of ethics. (Assumption: Code of ethics is against firing people on personal feuds)
Result: This will impact company`s image
Right`s Test
Are Kate`s right being violated her firing and what are the implications for other employees? * Yes, any employee can`t be fired on basis of personal feuds, if she is lacking in certain areas (eg: casual attire) then it is his/her right to know what are the ways in which one can improve. * It’s the duty of HR department to tell what define policy on casual leave (As Kate took leave after her performance). * If alia was in place of Kate, what would have been her thoughts? * If every manager instead of performance starts rating his/her subordinate on personal relation, this will impact the culture and competitiveness of the organization.
Result: Although Alia can easily fire Kate, but her rights are being violated and no justice with hard work Kate has done for the company
Compensatory Justice
The following conditions makes alia...

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