Your paper must include the following:
- Introduction and overview of the ethical issue. Provide a clear description of the topic including all relevant facts (who, what, when, where, and why). This is where your thesis statement resides.
- History of an ethical issue in the workplace. Provide a brief background of the organization, description of the dilemma, and justification for why this experience is an ethical dilemma. (Hint: define ethical dilemma, and show how your facts meet the definition).
- Academic research on ethical theories, lenses, or models. Include both modern and traditional ethical theories in your analysis.
- Explore ramifications of potential solution options based on the ethical theory analysis.
- Conclusion; include a final discussion of how you—as a participant in the resolution—would play a role, the personal implications or consequences you may experience, and how you would handle these consequences.
- References in APA format. You must cite at least 2 of the sources used in this course. Your references may include academic and trade journals but should not include unverified, non-credible sources such as blogs. You must have a minimum of 5 references.
- Your paper should be 5-7 pages in length (not including title and reference pages) and must follow APA guidelines, use Times New Roman, 12-point font, double spacing, with one-inch margins.
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