explain what you would do if you found an unethical practice in your workplace. Would it depend on the severity of the unethical practice?

Ethical Dilemmas

In a 1,050- to 1,400-word (or 3- to 4-page) paper, explain what you would do if you found an unethical practice in your workplace. Would it depend on the severity of the unethical practice?

Provide a couple examples of potential unethical practices in your organization that could be considered very minor that people have come to “accept” as opposed to reporting.

Justify why you think that people tend to accept some unethical practices while others are not accepted. Create a continuum of severity model regarding ethical practices in organizations and discuss your model. How did you arrive at the model you created?

Point Value: 9 Points

Description: In a 1,050- to 1,400-word (or 3- to 4-page) paper, explain what you would do if you found an unethical practice in your workplace. Would it depend on the severity of the unethical practice? Provide a couple examples of potential unethical practices in your organization that could be considered very minor that people have come to “accept” as opposed to reporting. Justify why you think that people tend to accept some unethical practices while others are not accepted. Create a continuum of severity model regarding ethical practices in organizations and discuss your model. How did you arrive at the model you created?

 

Total Possible Score: 9.00

Explains what the student would do regarding an unethical practice in the workplace, including if the actions would depend on the severity of the unethical practice.

Total: 1.80

Thoroughly explains what the student would do regarding an unethical practice in the workplace, including if the actions would depend on the severity of the unethical practice.

Explains in detail what the student would do regarding an unethical practice in the workplace, including if the actions would depend on the severity of the unethical practice

Explains what the student would do regarding an unethical practice in the workplace, including if the actions would depend on the severity of the unethical practice.

Explains briefly what the student would do regarding an unethical practice in the workplace, and may include if the actions would depend on the severity of the unethical practice

Does not explain what the student would do regarding an unethical practice in the workplace

 

Justifies why people tend to accept some unethical practices while others are not accepted; includes examples of potential unethical practices that people have come to “accept.”

Total: 1.80

Comprehensively justifies why people tend to accept some unethical practices while others are not accepted; includes examples of potential unethical practices that people have come to “accept.”

Justifies in depth why people tend to accept some unethical practices while others are not accepted; includes examples of potential unethical practices that people have come to “accept.”

Justifies why people tend to accept some unethical practices while others are not accepted; includes examples of potential unethical practices that people have come to “accept.”

Nominally justifies why people tend to accept some unethical practices while others are not accepted; includes examples of potential unethical practices that people have come to “accept.”

Does not justify why people tend to accept some unethical practices while others are not accepted

 

Creates a continuum of severity model regarding ethical practices in organizations; discusses the model and how the model was created.

Total: 1.80

Creates a comprehensive continuum of severity model regarding ethical practices in organizations; discusses the model and how the model was created.

Creates a detailed continuum of severity model regarding ethical practices in organizations; discusses the model and how the model was created.

Creates a continuum of severity model regarding ethical practices in organizations; discusses the model and how the model was created.

Nominally creates a continuum of severity model regarding ethical practices in organizations; discusses the model and how the model was created.

Does not create a continuum of severity model regarding ethical practices in organizations

 

Research

Total: 1.80

5 – Demonstrates exemplary critical analysis of the research materials.  The student comprehensively uses varied, scholarly, relevant, and current resources to inform analysis, evaluation, problem-solving, and decision-making.

4 – Demonstrates effective critical analysis of the research materials. The student fully uses varied, scholarly, relevant, and current resources to inform analysis, evaluation, problem-solving, and decision-making.

 

3 – Demonstrates adequate critical analysis of the research materials.  The student adequately uses varied, scholarly, relevant, and current resources to inform analysis, evaluation, problem-solving, and decision-making.

2 – Demonstrates some critical analysis of the research materials.  The student partially uses varied, scholarly, relevant, and current resources to inform analysis, evaluation, problem-solving, and decision-making.

1 – Lacking critical analysis of the research materials. The student fails to use varied, scholarly, relevant, and current resources to inform analysis, evaluation, problem-solving, and decision-making.

 

Writing and Organization

Total: 1.80

5 – Demonstrates exemplary clarity and organization. The paper contains a well-articulated thesis statement, flawless mechanics, and precise APA formatting.

 

 

4 – Demonstrates effective clarity and organization. The paper contains a well-articulated thesis statement, proper mechanics, and correct APA formatting.

3 – Demonstrates adequate clarity and organization. The paper contains a clear thesis statement, adequate mechanics, and mostly correct APA formatting.

2 – Demonstrates some clarity and organization. The paper contains an unclear thesis statement, poor mechanics, and improper APA formatting.

1 – Lacking clarity and organization. The paper lacks a thesis statement, effective mechanics, and proper APA formatting.