Case Study: Resolving Ethical Business Challenges

  1. What are the legal and ethical risks associated with the decision about hiring truck drivers at Zyedego?

There are always risks attached with hiring the people to transfer goods from one place to another.  Mostly these are the drivers who need to be really alert to the situation that they are not and this causes a lot of risk. Careless driving and drinking are the common issues. At Zyedego these are ethical   risks causes the legal risks. The company has to suffer a lot of damages, financial as well as non-financial risks. Thus it is necessary to observe the background information of the drivers to curtail the amount of the risks.

  1. What should Peter recommend to Gwyn about Dana’s case?

Employees are the real asset to the organization that means their needs are to be satisfied at every situation. Dana is a pregnant employee that will be having no or lesser productivity during her pregnancy.  It is obligatory over the management of the organization and persons like Peter to ensure that she is protected. If not there might be lawsuits that they would have to face.

  1. Do you think Peter is too emotionally attached to the Martin case to make an objective decision?

Emotions are to be kept aside in some cases, and in this case Peter will have to do so. The cases like Martin need to be taken into consideration with much care. Thus it is necessary that the emotional cases are taken care of by someone else rather a person like him.