Identify the ethical issues, and explain why you think they are ethical issues (heading 2). Identify all the stakeholders and how they are impacted by the ethical issues in the paper (heading 3).

Personal ethics paperYou can get 5 points added to the paper if yousubmit a draft of this paper. I will give you up to 3 sentences of feedback.You can also re-submit a revision of your paper after it is graded, you canearn up to 50% of the points you lost if you make the corrections. Pleasehighlight your corrections when you submit them.
Use the following format to identify the problem,the ethical issues and the stakeholders. Then find alternative solutions, carefullyevaluate each alternative and make a recommendation.1. Problem statement2. Identify the ethicalissues3. Identify thestakeholders4. Identification andevaluation of alternativesa. Alternative 1
i. 2 or more advantages
ii. 2 or moredisadvantagesb. Alternative 2
i. 2 or more advantages
ii. 2 or moredisadvantagesc. Alternative 3
i. 2 or more advantages
ii. 2 or moredisadvantages5. Conclusion andrecommendations
Provide an overview of a work-related eventthat you personally experienced. The event should include a problem that can beseen as an ethical dilemma for you. The problem statement section (heading 1)should identify the problem to be resolved in the subsequent sections. The lastsentence in this section should clearly state who the decision maker isand what his or her problem is. Your role is to advice the decision-maker sothat he/she can solve the problem. The decision maker can be you, a manager oranyone you choose but it can only be oneperson (not a group of people).
Identify the ethical issues, and explain whyyou think they are ethical issues (heading 2). Identify all thestakeholders and how they are impacted by the ethical issues in the paper(heading 3).
Write alternative approaches to solve theproblem using the ethical frameworks posted in Blackboard (heading 4). Different ethical frameworks lead to a different wayof solving the problem or improving the situation. Explain how theethical framework relates to a course of action that will fix the problem youidentified in the first paragraph. I find that when students seek that third orfourth alternative, they make better recommendations. Your will lose points if you have fewer than threealternatives.
Evaluate each alternative approach in terms ofits advantages and disadvantages. All alternatives should have both advantagesand disadvantages. You will lose pointsif you have fewer than two of each per alternative. This is the most importantsection in the report. If a studentrushes to choose a solution without carefully considering other alternativesand evaluating them carefully, a less than optimal recommendation is often chosen.
Choose one of thealternatives as a recommendation to the decision maker (heading 5).
· “How long will thispaper take to write? When should I start working on it? What should I do tomake sure I get a good grade?” The paper will probably take 2 – 3 weeks toplan, write and proofread. Some students will take longer and some less time.Think carefully about the paper. Spend time writing, proofreading andre-writing the papers. Have someone proofread your assignments for clarity, andfor grammar and spelling. If your friend does not understand what you aretrying to say, neither will I.
· “How should I cite mysources?” See Appendix 2.
· “Should we cite ourtextbook when using definition from it?” Yes, absolutely. Not citing someoneelse’s work is the definition is plagiarism. Do not take credit for the workthat the book authors did. Some students seem to think that only direct quotesrequire a citation.
· “What style of writingshould I use?” For any kind of writing, consider your audience. In business, youtypically write for managers. A busy manager should be able to take a quickglance at your paper and get the major points. If he or she wants more details,it should be easy to get to them without spending too much time figuring outwhat the main point of your paper is. Second instruction: write something youdidn’t like about the syllabus. Your writing style should be direct, conciseand precise. You do not need different ways of saying the same thing. In fact,it is much easier to read the same word again rather than trying to figure outif ‘business’, ‘organization’ and ‘company’ are all the same thing. Somestudents think using synonyms makes their writing more interesting; it doesnot. Vague writing is not helpful to a manager, so make your points clear and logical.
· “Can I submit severaldrafts of the paper?” Yes, I will set up Blackboard so that you can submit several drafts.I will grade the last version you submitted (before the deadline).
· “Will you post an example ofa paper?” No. I have several reasons (1) as a college student, youshould be able to read, interpret and execute instructions without seeing anexample, and (2) when I have done this in the past, some students have simplyused the paper as a blueprint and did some rewording here and there. I am notsure those students learned anything other than how to copy someone else’spaper. As you can imagine, this is not the point of the assignment.
· “How long should thepaper be?” The paper has a strict 1500-word limit. I will not read more than 1500words. While there is no minimum, students who make their papers too short (800words or so) rarely show a thorough understanding of the issue and its possiblesolutions. Do not include citations and references in the word count.
· It is hard to writeonly 1500 words. You can write as much as much as you want, on your firstdraft. As you proofread your paper, eliminate redundant phrases and commentsthat do not add value to your paper. This will take time and effort.
· “Can I have two ormore decision makers?” No, if you do, you will losepoints in your paper.
· “What type of problemsare okay to write about in this class?” This is a management class. You needto select an ethical problem that you faced at work. If you have no work experience,choose something that can apply to the workplace like problems working withteams at school or in a volunteer position. Do not choose a technical oranother type of non-managerial problem. (Examples of non-managerial problemsinclude how to get a loan, how to fix a car, etc.)
· “Can I recommendsomething new or a combination of alternatives?” No, there should bealmost no new information added in this section. If you are recommending it, it should havebeen evaluated in section 3. Do NOT recommend combining alternatives 1 and 2,unless you have evaluated 1 and 2 together.
·“Do I need to recommend what I actually did?” Reporting what actually happened is not what I have assigned. I am interested in your ability to understand the problem using what you know from this class. I want you to evaluate and propose alternativesolutions. Then, I want you to choose a solution. Your solution should bedifferent than what actually happened.
· “Do we need thoseexact headings or do we write it in paragraph form? Can we use bullet pointsinstead of full sentences?” You do not need these headings but it iseasier to follow the paper if you use them. It also helps you make sure thatyou met the requirements for each section. You can use bullet points for someparts of the assignment but please make sure your thoughts are fully explained.Example: if you mean to say, “Laying off workers will save the organizationmoney in the short run”, do not use a bullet point that says, “Money is saved.”