Business Ethics Reflection

Business Ethics Reflection
March 27, 2011
Axia Collage\ University of Phoenix

Business Ethics Reflection defines business ethics as the study and examination of moral and social responsibility in relation to business practices and decision-making in business. ( 2011) What this means is making the right decisions that might affect not only yourself but also the organization.
The business ethics of the organization that I work for is poor at best. When I first started for this organization in 2004 their ethics were good, they looked out for the people that lived here and things got fixed when they needed fixed. Their virtues, values was real good every time we asked for something big that needed fixed, or if we needed a day off, they always said yes or it has to be fixed. After they bought a complex of their own this is when things really started to go downhill.
The moral of our supervisor has always been poor, instead of telling us where we need to make improvements, he tells us to make the improvements in more or less as a threat, to quote him “I want these things done or else.” Or as he told me one time “do you like working here?” It has gotten worse over the last two years when he got the title of “General Manager” they have several complex’s they manage, there is one in northern Ohio he has hired and fired a new manager and maintenance person three times now, because they will not do what he wants, and from my understanding they were trying to do what was best for the company.
In 2009 our community was hit hard first we lost a mobile home manufacture putting some 300 plus out of work, then we lost one of the biggest shipping companies in southern Ohio, when DHL closed it put thousands of people out of work and a lot of those people lived here they had nowhere left to turn those who did work for DHL started moving out some went with DHL and others could no longer afford to stay. We had 13 vacant units after...