How my values align with Kudler Fine Foods
The concepts of Ethics involve identifying, differentiating, and defending what are right, what is wrong, and the growth of these values in humanity. Exploring the Ethics Awareness Inventory   helped me to gain insights into the ethical perspective of decision making. I was also able to understand the three components for making Ethical decisions.
According to Williams Institute, Ethical decision making involves three components – Awareness of the ethical perspectives that serve as the basis for making good ethical choices; Articulation or the ability to explain the principles that underlie the position; and Application, using the understanding of ethical decision making to put principles into action as you approach ethical choices daily.
People make decisions every day. People face situations in which they must make what they believe is the right decision. However, concerning ethical decisions, some believe that people must remain impartial, value-neutral, or politically correct. People make ethical decisions based on their personal ethical values. Corporate actions, executive decisions, management functions, and individual tasks are observable behaviors in the workforce. Although each of these behaviors has different consequences throughout an organization, each behavior begins with an individual making a decision. That individual’s decision is most often based on personal attitudes, beliefs, and the value systems that the individual (Hyde & Weathington 2006).
The exercise called Ethics Awareness Inventory that was developed by The William Group for Ethics and Management analyzes responses to a set of questions, and categorizes the result under four ethical perspectives: Category, Obligation, Results, and Equity (CORE). The Ethical Awareness Inventory examines in detail the effects of one’s decision on others. Based on the Inventory, my profile is most closely aligned with character of the four beliefs and looks...