Social Issues and Ethical Responsibility Simulation

Social Issues and Ethical Responsibility Simulation

        I will evaluate two simulations which are the Case of Fair Warning and the Case of

Stringent Standards.   In these two cases, the stakeholders include the various staffs of G-

Biosport such as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), operations director, quality control

manager, director of public relations, shareholders of the company, and the consumers of the

company. These are the individual who are forthrightly influenced by any assessments or

modifications made in the company.

        I made the decisions to inform the different stakeholders in relation to increase risk they

may encounter. It is well accomplish through the spread of information through a lot of sources

as posting an information sheet at bulletins, company’s website, and speaking with media or

press, one more thing if possible make a hotline set up to talk with customer better.   Only with

enough awareness on the problems and issues with the company’s products can customers

make informed decisions and take the right actions on right time. There are choices that the

company can implement to resolve the problem.   The first solution will be recall all the tainted

product and refund customer’s money.   It can be both utilitarian ethics and deontological

ethics. From the utilitarian view, company will be to collect back all the bad goods and replace

them with good one.   To warning consumers will be a great part of the society to benefit as

such it is a moral and right action.   From the point of view of deontologist, it is ethical to

inform the customers about the risks which they are exposed to. By being accountable to the

consumers, then consumers will also be more convinced and dedicated to the company because

of the morals and virtues which the company upholds.

        What are the differences between values, morals and ethics? They all provide behavioral...