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First, return to your topic chosen in the week three assignment.
•    Answer this question: What are the personal and/or communal ethical factors that may be involved in determining the moral position of either side in that debate?
•    Next, articulate and then evaluate the ethical positions  using Kantian ethics (that is, the categorical imperative) relative to the long standing debate (that is your topic chosen in the week three assignment).
•    Finally, create a complete annotated bibliography for 5 academic scholarly sources. You will annotate each source. The sources should be relevant to your topic chosen in the week three assignment.
Include the following:
•    Publication details
•    Annotation (a detailed reading of the source)
Each annotation section should include the following:
•    Summarize key points and identify key terms (using quotation marks, and citing a page in parentheses).
•    Describe the controversies or "problems" raised by the articles.
•    State whether you agree or disagree and give reasons.
•    Locate one or two quotations to be used in the final research project.
•    Evaluate the ways in which this article is important and has helped you focus your understanding.
Use the following as a model:
APA Reference
Mezirow, J. (2003). Transformative learning as discourse. Journal of Transformative Education, 1(1), 58-63.
Annotation Example
In this article, Mezirow (2003) makes a distinction between "instrumental" and "communicative" learning. "Instrumental learning" refers to those processes which measure and gauge learning, such as tests, grades, comments, quizzes, attendance records and the like. "Communicative learning," on the other hand, refers to understanding created over time between individuals in what Mezirow calls "critical-dialectical-discourse," (p. 59) which is a fancy way of saying, important conversation between 2 or more speakers. Another key idea Mezirow discusses is "transformative learning," (p. 61) which changes the mind, the heart, the values and beliefs of people so that they may act better in the world. Mezirow argues that "hungry, desperate, homeless, sick, destitute, and intimidated people obviously cannot participate fully and freely in discourse" (p. 59). On the one hand, he is right: there are some people who cannot fully engage because their crisis is so long and deep, they are prevented. But, I don't think Mezirow should make the blanket assumption that everyone in unfortunate circumstances is incapable of entering the discourse meaningfully. One thing is certain: if we gave as much attention to the non-instrumental forms of intelligence--like goodness, compassion, forgiveness, wonder, self-motivation, creativity, humor, love, and other non-measured forms of intelligence in our school curriculums, we'd see better people, actors in the world, and interested investigators than we currently have graduating high school.

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  Textbook: Chapter 5, 6

    Minimum of 2 scholarly sources (in addition to the course textbook)

This assignment is the first step in a three part project. You only need to focus on part one at this point. Each step will build on earlier steps. However, it is not a matter of providing a rough draft of all or even part of the entire project here in week three. That is, further steps might require completely new and original text.  At the same time, completing each step will aid you in completing a future step or future steps. And, you should use the same topic in all steps.

First, select a topic of moral controversy, debate, disagreement, and dispute, Examples of such topics are euthanasia, the death penalty, abortion, cloning, etc. You can pick any such topic. It need not be listed here.

Next, detail the positions of each side of the ethical debate. Note at least two moral reasons each side presents to show their view on the topic is correct.

Now, we want to evaluate these positions using the moral theories we studied this week:

    What would an Ethical Egoist say about this topic? What side would the Ethical Egoist take? What would the Ethical Egoist say to justify their moral position? Is there a conflict between loyalty to self and to community relevant to your topic? If so, how so? Note what you feel is the best course of action.
    What would a Social Contract Ethicist say about this topic? What side would the Social Contract Ethicist take? What would the Social Contract Ethicist say to justify their moral position? Does your topic involve a collision between personal obligations and national ones? If so, how so? Note what you feel is the best course of action.

Finally, reference and discuss any professional code of ethics relevant to your topic such as the AMA code for doctors, the ANA code for nurses, or any other pertinent professional code. State whether and how your chosen topic involves any conflicts between professional and familial duties.

Cite the textbook and incorporate outside sources, including citations.

Writing Requirements (APA format)

    Length: 3-4pages (not including title page or references page)
    1-inch margins
    Double spaced
    12-point Times New Roman font

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The purpose of security policies is to help mitigate identified risks. Writing these policies is easier once you have created an asset inventory list, prioritized that list, and identified the major risk exposures found in those assets.

The task of identifying your IT assets begins with recognizing that your IT infrastructure and supporting resources can be divided into the seven IT domains. The benefit of identifying the assets and prioritizing them across those domains is being able to document policies in a systematic and thorough manner.

Required Resource:

Search the term Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) using your favorite search engine


In this lab, you will create a high-level IT asset inventory list, you will prioritize those assets, you will identify the risk exposures, and you will make recommendations for policies that can mitigate the risk exposures.

Security policies mitigate risks in a wide variety of environments. Some risks are unique to different environments, and some environments produce highly significant risks. To counter these special environments, such as a hospital, school, or financial institution, the government legislates special acts to provide guidance and countermeasures. This lab uses the environment of a school and the guidance of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).

Case Study: Premier Collegiate School

You are the new director for Information Technology at Premier Collegiate School. The private school teaches grade 7 through grade 12 with 300 students and 30 staff members and faculty. Each of the 10 administrative staff members has a dedicated desktop computer. The school’s principal has a notebook computer that she takes home and when traveling to conduct both school business and personal tasks. She maintains a Facebook™ account and has opened a MySpace™ account to monitor the activities of the students who also have such accounts. The teachers have 10 computers that they share in the teacher’s lounge to record grades and do all work associated with conducting their assigned classes (daily lesson plans, research, handouts, tests, quizzes, and final exams).

The school has two file servers. One is for administration business and the other serves student computing needs. The administration server has dedicated storage for each of the teachers and both hardwired access and wireless Local Area Network (LAN) access throughout the school. The student server has applications the students might need for their schoolwork, and provides wireless access for student-owned laptop computers. All students are required to have a laptop computer with wireless access. In addition, the school has a dedicated computer lab with 25 desktop computers for the students to use in computer science classes.


Include the following in your Lab Report File:

    Download the attached document [MS-Word File Size 160 KB] to create a high-level IT asset inventory list and prioritize the IT assets in terms of importance to a school’s operation and business.
    Identify the top five risk exposures found in the high-level IT asset assessment.
    Recommend IT security policies that can help mitigate the identified risk exposures.

Your Lab Report should be submitted in a Word document, typed in double space, in 10 or 12point Arial or Times New Roman font. The page margins on the top, bottom, left side, and right side should be 1 inch each. Your composition format must follow guidelines for the citation and reference style established by the American Psychological Association (APA).

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This assignment builds upon Discussion: Copyright and its Various Owner Rights. In this assignment, you, the original composer and performing artist of a hot new pop song, need to:

    Describe the specific intellectual property laws that were violated in your case.
    Propose remedies the law provides for the listed violations.

Write a summary of your findings. Prior summarizing, list your major findings from the discussion and this assignment in a bullet-point list. Collate all your findings in the summary keeping in mind the evaluation questions on which you will be graded.

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Describe the ethical challenges faced by organizations operating globally. Give full details of ethical challenges faced by global organizations and support your description with examples and research from your chosen journal articles.

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Your task is to write a paragraph (maximum length of one page double spaced) that analyzes one of the following environmental ethical issue. You choose which issue to write about; in this assignment, reflect deeply on a topic that matters to you. You must argue your position with ethical theory and also show how your position is stronger than the opposing position supported by another theory.

Should animals be used in medical research? In your response, consider which kind of animals (if any) would be morally permissible to use in medical research and what consideration should be given regarding pain.

You must apply at least one ethical theory to support your position and explain how a different theory compares when applied to this issue.
You must also show how your position supported by ethical theory is stronger than another position supported by another theory.
It is not enough to name a theory; you must explain the theory and demonstrate how your position reflects the logic and reasoning of that theory.
Remember that theory is the “why” behind your beliefs.
Put your Assignment in a Word document.

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Integrity is loosely defined as an adherence to moral and ethical principles; soundness of moral character; and honesty.  Academic integrity means honesty and responsibility in scholarship.  Both are critical attributes that translate into one’s current and/or future vocation.  How will you  “achieve” and “maintain” Academic Integrity while in the Doctoral of Strategic Leadership program?  What does it look like at the doctoral level? How “do you” or “will you” ensure you adhere to standards of integrity in your chosen vocation? 

2 References at the end of the paper.

Use 2 references. Cite ALL of your sources within the paper.

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Ethics Research Paper (40 total points):
Students, within groups, will have to identify and analyze an ethical dilemma related to the government-business interaction.  Within the space of 6 pages, double-spaced paper, students are expected to identify the key stakeholders, discuss the implications of the ethical dilemma, identify available solutions and argue for one specific course of action. 
Each paper should have the following sections (and only these sections):

The Ethical Dilemma
Available Solutions
Recommendations/Courses of Action

****Please write ONE page for the Stakeholders part only.*****

Below is an example of the Topic of the Ethics research paper-It is on Corruption.

Corruption in political finance takes many forms, ranging from vote buying and the use of illicit funds to the sale of appointments and the abuse of state resources. Not all are illegal. Legal donations to political parties often result in policy changes, for example. A 2003 World Economic Forum survey finds that in 89 per cent of the 102 countries surveyed the direct influence of legal political donations on specific policy outcomes is moderate or high.

Political corruption is the abuse of entrusted power by political leaders for private gain. The scale of the problem can be vast. One of the world’s most corrupt leaders, Mohamed Suharto of Indonesia, allegedly embezzled up to US $35 billion in a country with a GDP of less than US $700 per capita.

Instead of having short, publicly-funded political campaigns with limited and/or free advertising (as a number of Western European countries do), the US has long political campaigns in which candidates are dunned big bucks for advertising. They are therefore forced to spend much of their time fundraising, which is to say, seeking bribes. All American politicians are basically on the take, though many are honorable people. They are forced into it by the system. House Majority leader John Boehner has actually just handed out cash on the floor of the House from the tobacco industry to other representatives.
When French President Nicolas Sarkozy was defeated in 2012, soon thereafter French police actually went into his private residencesearching for an alleged $50,000 in illicit campaign contributions from the L’Oreale heiress. I thought to myself, seriously? $50,000 in a presidential campaign? Our presidential campaigns cost a billion dollars each! $50,000 is a rounding error, not a basis for police action. Why, George W. Bush took millions from arms manufacturers and then ginned up a war for them, and the police haven’t been anywhere near his house.
American politicians don’t represent “the people.” With a few honorable exceptions, they represent the the 1%. American democracy is being corrupted out of existence.
2. That politicians can be bribed to reduce regulation of industries like banking (what is called “regulatory capture”) means that they will be so bribed.  Billions were spent and 3,000 lobbyists employed by bankers to remove cumbersome rules in the zeroes. Thus, political corruption enabled financial corruption (in some cases legalizing it!) Without regulations and government auditing, the finance sector went wild and engaged in corrupt practices that caused the 2008 crash. Too bad the poor Afghans can’t just legislate their corruption out of existence by regularizing it, the way Wall street did.
3. That the chief villains of the 2008 meltdown (from which 90% of Americans have not recovered) have not been prosecuted is itself a form of corruption.
4. The US military budget is bloated and enormous, bigger than the military budgets of the next twelve major states. What isn’t usually realized is that perhaps half of it is spent on outsourced services, not on the military.  It is corporate welfare on a cosmic scale. I’ve seen with my own eyes how officers in the military get out and then form companies to sell things to their former colleagues still on the inside.
5. The US has a vast gulag of 2.2 million prisoners in jail and penitentiary. There is an increasing tendency for prisons to be privatized, and this tendency is corrupting the system. It is wrong for people to profit from putting and keeping human beings behind bars. This troubling trend is made all the more troubling by the move to give extra-long sentences for minor crimes, to deny parole and to imprison people for life for e,g, three small thefts.
6. The rich are well placed to bribe our politicians to reduce taxes on the rich. This and other government policies has produced a situation where 400 American billionaires are worth $2 trillion, as much as the bottom 150 million Americans. That kind of wealth inequality hasn’t been seen in the US since the age of the robber barons in the nineteenth century. Both eras are marked by extreme corruption.
7. The National Security Agency’s domestic spying is a form of corruption in itself, and lends itself to corruption. With some 4 million government employees and private contractors engaged in this surveillance, it is highly unlikely that various forms of insider trading and other corrupt practices are not being committed. If you knew who Warren Buffett and George Soros were calling every day, that alone could make you a killing. The American political class wouldn’t be defending this indefensible invasion of citizens’ privacy so vigorously if someone somewhere weren’t making money on it.
8. As for insider trading, it turns out Congress undid much of the law it hastily passed forbidding members, rather belatedly, to engage in insider trading (buying and selling stock based on their privileged knowledge of future government policy). That this practice only became an issue recently is another sign of how corrupt the system is.
9.  Asset forfeiture in the ‘drug war’ is corrupting police departments and the judiciary.
10. Money and corruption have seeped so far into our media system that people can with a straight face assert that scientists aren’t sure human carbon emissions are causing global warming. Fox Cable News is among the more corrupt institutions in American society, purveying outright lies for the benefit of the billionaire class. The US is so corrupt that it is resisting the obvious urgency to slash carbon production. Even our relatively progressive president talks about exploiting all sources of energy, as though hydrocarbons were just as valuable as green energy and as though hydrocarbons weren’t poisoning the earth.

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To what extent has employee fraud been a problem for organizations in the USA over the last decade, and what steps should organizations take to deter employee fraud

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what ethical dilemmas are most frequent when it comes to international business?

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Possible Discussion  Ideas: Possible points to discuss. India forced to buy bt cotton seed at 4 times prices. No normal cotton seed available. Ethics of what is happing in India? Seeds of Suicide?  How many seed companies have been purchased? 2nd green revolution? What about the contamination of transgenic seed? Mexico, finding pure seed? Local corn versus US imported corn? What happens when using transgenic corn? Why does none transgenic grow better? When using transgenic farmers need to buy fertilizer and spray. What is the fear of Mexican scientists? What is Monsanto’s goal? The Main Point is to apply ethical theory to the issues you chose to discuss.

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Laws, Morals, Ethics, Religious Beliefs in behavior expression.


Laws, Morals, Ethics, and Religious Beliefs play a fundamental effect in behavior development depending on their effect on the self, positive or negative. The terms are similar in their definition of providing the governance on the behavior demonstration among the community members. The term law is defined as a set of rules set aside to monitor the conduct of an individual in a community or a state. It thus aims to control individual behaviors by providing restriction and punishment for the wrongdoers. Religious beliefs also provide a set of beliefs associated with ascertaining faith in a supreme being as the controller of people's judgment. Religious beliefs and law help set the moral grounds in treating people based on individual ethics in differentiating the right thing and the wrong things.

The way individuals behave around each other is thus controlled by a set of conditions that allows the coexistence of the people in the same setting. As the law sets the rules with is regulation, it also provides the moral basis in determining what is right and wrong and provides punishment for the wrong deeds. Religious beliefs define what people believe is required of them by God, thus providing the morals and ethics in individual treatment, thus dictating how people behave. Similarly, the knowledge acquired from the interaction of the four aspects provides the grounds for individual behavior development as each aspect plays a vital role in character development. Religious beliefs, ethics, and morals provides laws that predicts how people behaves through the provision of what is right and what is wrong.

Similarly, despite the terms playing the same role in the character and behavior development and expression, they have different meanings. The law stands for the rules developed for a specific group of people to maintain order in the given place. It thus provides the people with the chance of being protected from other people by providing their rights and freedom. The case is different in religious belief, where the control of the faith depends on the religion and not geographical location. The effects of the beliefs affect people concerning their different beliefs religiously and the contemplation of their religion.  According to religion, the guidelines on relating with each other are thus provided by a supreme being. Judgment is also based on the individual's beliefs and definition of right and wrong. The main difference is the passive belief that the high power or the supreme being governs as all and judges as all as every community have a being their believe in and is known as all-knowing, thus providing judgment to all living things.

On the other hand, morals provide the community members with a standard on how people can coexist peacefully. Unlike the aspects in religious beliefs and laws, morality can be considered dynamic, as it is determined by the conditions provided at the time. Despite this, morality has its basis in religious beliefs and sometimes tradition, but it moves beyond the aspect of culture as it depends on time. The difference with ethics is based on what is right or wrong despite their effects on morality. The effects of all this aspect to behaviors is dependent on the interpretation of the aspects. Ethics provides the codes governing individual behaviors, for instance, in a particular profession, making them not always morally right. In all four aspects, behavior modification is dependent on the individual’s exposure to morality, moral values virtues, culture, and ethics.

The four aspects are vital in controlling the individual behaviors as the law provides a guideline of the do and do not as far as personal relation is considered in a given geographical location. It thus controls how people relate with each other where their effectiveness in the behavior control is on the punitive nature in their enforcement (Finamore, 2019). People thus choose to behave to evade the punishment associated with breaking the rules. Sometimes laws like religious beliefs provide the values that determine how people behave. Religion brings about morality in itself as people try to behave concerning their faith. Religion influences behaviors by infusing the karmas based on individual beliefs where God uses brutal means to enforce order and morality. Thus, individuals behave concerning their fear of God's wrath to humankind, thus avoiding maintaining morality and honesty in the way they conduct themselves.

Morality involves behaviors that are aligned with one's values and standards. Their moral behaviors and character development greatly influence people behaviors as it dictates how people treat each other. Moral principles, values, and virtue are dependent on religious beliefs, culture, and law. Morality thus affects behaviors according to the moral principles instilled in an individual; aspects such as honesty result from good morals and virtues.  Despite the difference in the two terms, morality and ethics, the word hand in hand determines individual behaviors, especially when considering what is right (Singer, 2021). Behaviors at this level are thus controlled by the ethical consideration where all aspects used to determine the morality and ethics of an action are considered. The event generally controls people's behaviors and the codes surrounding the individual, thus determining how they conduct themselves. The difference in law, morality, ethics, and religious belief is from their basis in the control of behaviors where the law and ethics act on equity and justice while religious beliefs and morality work from the moral aspect. In this, the moral aspect is dependent on the individual moral grow thus impacting behaviors on both sides the negative and positive in consideration of one’s moral principles, virtues, and values.

Being a law-abiding citizen has been one of the critical aspects that have greatly helped me behave around people. The law provides the guidelines, rights, and freedom assigned to all citizens, thus providing a means of treating people. Understanding what is required of me by the law allows me to contemplate what is right or wrong based on my religious beliefs. The critical aspect in my character and behavior development is the region where I am a Christian who beliefs in a culture of being a brother's keeper. This allows me to regard others as equal in the law and treat them kindly to ensure I get the same treatment back. Religious beliefs allow for acquiring virtues such as respect, responsibility, and others, evading unlawful acts, thus dictating how I behave.

Religion provides the basis of my morality by providing morals and virtues key to how I behave as an individual. Moral aspects such as sharing allow me to be social and friendly with people, eliminating the behavior vices like conflict and abusive words. Despite the aspects of ethics and morality being dynamic, they provide the basis of my behavior through the stimulation of critical thinking, thus helping to discern the proper action in every case.  My main goal of making life better allows me to apply the four aspects in every scenario to consider everyone's interests before taking any action.  Similarly, the possession of moral virtues and principles allows me to apply religious teaching in ensuring I treat people right, thus controlling my behavior and allowing me to be civil.










Finamore, E, (2019). Can the law change how we behave? Retrieved from,

Singer, P, (2021). Ethics philosophy. Retrieved from,


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Ethics of Employee rights and Employer Obligation

Federal law requires that employers pay a minimum wage and pay overtime, although some believe that the concept of a living wage is the more ethical standard. Explain and defend your position on whether you agree or disagree.

Ethically the living wage is the correct option at a superficial observation but, instituting the minimum wage law has caused some harm to businesses and also harmed workers employed by some businesses. Business organizations take advantage of the laws that are not always updated to match the economic changes that have happened that have led to the stipulated minimum wage be insufficient and yet some businesses might be able to pay their workers more but since they meet the minimum wage requirement take advantage. Supply and demand for labor should be allowed to work themselves out and this will be sustainable and make everyone happy in due course satisfying the utilitarian theory of ethics of maximizing happiness and minimizing pain and suffering (Shaw, Barry, Muntean, Issa, Ilott, & Catley, 2021). America is a place known for valuing freedoms and liberty by viewing the bigger picture business people should have the freedom and the chance to do the right thing. For them to pay better wages they must have first the ability to do it without suffering financial losses (Grover, 2016). The principle of minimum wage is a contradiction to freedom which is backed by the libertarian theory, “which places a moral priority on free exchange” (Shaw, 2021). Therefore pushing for the government to pass regulations dictating a living wage, while the business world is not ready may lead to dire economic repercussions.

Is it ethically permissible for an employer to do business with a supplier who acts legally but perhaps "unethically"? For example, many foreign countries do not have the health and safety regulations we consider standard for employees. Is it ethical to do business with those supplier?

Conducting business with foreign countries who may not meet standards outlined in America but do their best to meet the ethical obligations outlined within their countries which may be different when standardized with American ethics is not unethical. Libertarianism promotes for individuals and societies to exercise their judgment of what they perceive to be right and not conducting business based on a difference of views towards ethical standards would be like imposing sanctions which is not fair to those affected (Outsourcing, 2017). Besides, the trade that happens between American businesses and some of these foreign countries where workers' rights are protected helps raise the standards of living for these people who otherwise would have fewer opportunities to make a decent living. Therefore it is not unethical for employers to carry out business with suppliers who act legally but unethically because ethics may be relative and can vary widely from place to place. However, this does not imply that the employer should not make an effort to ensure that the suppliers treat their workers reasonably well depending on the circumstances they have in those countries. Utilitarianism advocates for the maximum net happiness for all concerned in societal interactions (Shaw, 2021). Therefore, if everyone gets something in return for what they give and are satisfied it is not unethical. The Libertarian ideal also supports this in that employers should be allowed to exercise their moral judgment for ethics to work well.

Is it ethical for an employer to require as a condition of employment or use as a consideration for advancement promotion, that an employee participate in organizations apart from the business (ie. community non-profit organizations)? Does the type or nature of the organization make a difference?

Arguing from the liberation standpoint employees are free to accept or decline terms of employment by exercising their free will. Therefore from this approach, it is unethical for employers to require employees seeking opportunities for career advancement to participate in organizations apart from the business because it restricts the ability of some employees to fully exercise their liberty without being victimized by the consequences of not adhering to stipulated workplace policies, rules, and regulations that might disadvantage them. Any activity that is not related to profit creation of the business but is social should be optional and doing otherwise would be unethical in that it would lead to opportunities for discrimination and victimization for some people based on their opinions about such matters. Also taking away the ability for employees to make the decision would reduce job satisfaction by making the workplace to be a place where workers might feel that they cannot be themselves (Grace, Cohen & Holmes, 2014). For example, some businesses may require that their employees participate in religious activities violating the freedom of conscience of individuals who may not be affiliated with those ideas. Everyone including employees is entitled to pursue their self-interest according to egoism and as long as the services they render sufficiently meet their job descriptions they should not be required to participate in organizations apart from the business as this will infringe on their right of independence (Shaw, 2021).

Finally, some opine that employee pay should be tied in part to the compensation of the owner/chief operating or executive officer of the business, with the lowest paid employee being paid no less than a certain percentage of the highest paid employee. Is this an ethical way of determining compensation?

It is unethical to determine compensation by requiring that the least paid employee should be paid no less than a certain percentage of the highest-paid employee. Because business operates on a transactional basis where employees are paid according to the services they render to their organizations, it would be unfair to arbitrarily decide what business should pay because, from the libertarian approach, businesses are entitled to make decisions that would ensure their survival (Shaw, 2021). Alternatively, when viewed through the lens of the utilitarian theory of ethics, people who executives or other high-paid employees must have made some sacrifices at some point in time to reap the privileges they enjoy (Black, 2009). The basis for payment should be by merit to justify the efforts to obtain skills and recognition that often require hard work that is not always pleasant. Determining compensation by guidelines based on employee’s achievement instead of government-dictated policies would encourage individuals to put more effort into being productive which results in conditions for everyone in the long run.












Black, W. K. (2009). The Disastrous Unexpected Consequences of Private Compensation Reforms - Testimony to the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform Hearing: Executive Compensation: How Much is Too Much? SSRN Electronic Journal. doi:10.2139/ssrn.1536513

Grace, D., Cohen, S., & Holmes, W. R. (2014). Business ethics. Don Mills, Ontario: Oxford University Press.

Grover, C. (2016). Minimum and Living Wages: Alternatives to Wage Supplements? Social Security and Wage Poverty, 167-184. doi:10.1057/9781137293978_10

Outsourcing: Ethical Supply Chain Issues. (2017). Global Outsourcing Strategies, 279-290. doi:10.4324/9781315254197-32

Shaw, W. H., Barry, V. E., Muntean, D., Issa, T., Ilott, G., & Catley, B. (2021). Moral issues in business. South Melbourne, Victoria, Australia: Cengage Learning Australia.



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