Employees Corporation MCQs

Employees Corporation MCQs

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1: According to the textbook, what is the most likely long-term effect of mishandled ethical challenges on a professional?

A.   Lasting negative implications on character and career

B.   Caring more about outcomes than process

C.   Struggles with conflicts of interest

D.   Confusion about principles and goals

2: Aristotle taught that our actions and inactions make us ______.

A.   Successful and unsuccessful

B.   Rich and poor

C.   Right and wrong

D.   Good and evil

3: When faced with an ethical problem, one approach for possible resolution is to think about the ______ of that particular situation.

A.   Implicit contracts

B.   Implied moral duties

C.   Religious convictions

D.   Conscientious objections

4: Thinking about what a prudent and virtuous person would do is one way to approach finding resolution for a(n) ______.

A.   Religious issue

B.   Community issue

C.   Ethical issue

D.   Family issue

5: When considering the complexities of ethical cases, it is necessary to consider the ______ and moral commitments of those involved.

A.   Income

B.   Background

C.   Financial debts

D.   Conflicts

6: Personal convictions shape ______.

A.   Moral character

B.   Expectations

C.   Culture

D.   Moral duty

7: In Case Study 4.1: Trouble in the Recruiting Office, Jerry is pursuing the job that he thinks he will make him most happy. This approach is in line with _______ Nicomachean Ethics.

A.   Plato’s

B.   Carr’s

C.   Maccoby’s

D.   Aristotle’s

8: The ______ of someone deciding between a previous commitment and a better choice, such as in Case Study 4.1: Trouble in the Recruiting Office, is tested.

A.   Honesty

B.   Religion

C.   Integrity

D.   Background

9: In Case Study 4.2: Conscience and the Workplace, Soo-Ae’s friends remind her of her religious beliefs, causing her to question her ethical decision-making. This is an example of how ______ can influence moral obligations.

A.   Religious backgrounds

B.   Peer pressure

C.   Religious zealotry

D.   Freedom of speech

10: In the Karen Preston’s New Boss case study, Karen feels a ______ to all of her customers and to the front office.

A.   Justice

B.   Duty

C.   Right

D.   Deception

11: In the Karen Preston’s New Boss case study, Karen’s boss, Rich, is more concerned about making the sale than the effects on other customers or the company. Which theory best describes his ethical approach?

A.   Utilitarianism

B.   Morality as a duty

C.   Consequentialism

D.   Natural rights

12: When selling something to someone, as in the case of Confessions of an Appliance Salesman, it is immoral to put ______ before the customers’ needs.

A.   Legal implications

B.   Self-interest

C.   Safety concerns

D.   Human dignity

13: Anderson’s qualms, in the Confessions of an Appliance Salesman case study, are evidence of ______.

A.   Moral virtue

B.   Corporate purpose

C.   Legal obligations

D.   Intellectual virtue

14: In The “Perfect” Job Offer, Nancy’s family loyalty is challenged by her son. Which moral principle is she challenged with on the job as a result?

A.   Fairness

B.   Transparency

C.   Human dignity

D.   Citizenship

15: In The Product Manager, Rai indicates that senior managers would be fine with the consulting agreement as long as the deal is won. Which responsibility are they violating in regard to shareholders?

A.   Fiduciary

B.   Universal law

C.   Moral reasoning

D.   Property

16: Which case study reflects a struggle with transparency?

A.   Telling the Truth about the Probable Sale of a Division

B.   Confessions of an Appliance Salesman

C.   Who’s Responsible?

D.   Conscience and the Workplace

17: Which case highlights a lack of concern for human dignity from senior executives by risking the safety of employees and customers?

A.   Confessions of an Appliance Salesman

B.   Should an Engineer Inform the FAA about a Defective Fuselage Design?

C.   The “Perfect” Job Offer

D.   Who’s Responsible?

18: Which case study reflects a lack of citizenship as evidenced by corrupt business and lack of concern for the safety rights of people?

A.   The Product Manager

B.   Trouble in the Recruiting Office

C.   Karen Preston’s New Boss

D.   Who’s Responsible?

19: One way that some managers handle ethical dilemmas is to separate personal ethics and ______.

A.   Fiduciary responsibility

B.   Professional conduct

C.   Corporate purpose

D.   Integrity

20: Albert Carr wrote that managers cease to be private citizens and instead are ______.

A.   Shareholders

B.   Corporate climbers

C.   Capitalists

D.   Game players

21: Who said, “A man who wants to act virtuously in every way necessarily comes to grief among so many who are not virtuous?”

A.   Aquinas

B.   Plato

C.   Machiavelli

D.   Maccoby

22: According to Maccoby, integrity is only achieved when a person______.

A.   Integrates his or her personal and professional lives with the same moral principles

B.   Successfully adopts the gamesman mentality with emotional detachment

C.   Adheres to different moral rules depending on the environment

D.   Is honorable in the company of other honorable people

23: Maccoby believes that good leadership involves the head and ______.

A.   Experience

B.   The heart

C.   Knowledge

D.   Innate abilities

24: According to Aristotle, “If a man, well aware of what he is doing, behaves in such a way that he is bound to become unjust, we can only say that he is ______ unjust.”

A.   Reasonably

B.   Irrationally

C.   Perfectly

D.   Voluntarily

25: According to Aristotle, it is through our choices that we create our ______.

A.   Character

B.   Future

C.   Obligations

D.   Bias