Organize your discussion along the lines of the lettered sections as shown. Your

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Organize your discussion along the lines of the lettered sections as shown. Your responses will be graded on content (45%), organization (30%), creativity (15%), and grammar/spelling (10%). By “content” I mean materials found in our readings and/or in our classroom discussions as well as content derived from your research of these questions. You are encouraged to define any terms that you use in your response. Please identify the sections with the labels “(a)”, “(b)”, “(c)”… corresponding to those in the question. After earning your Business degree from a 4-year university you took a job in “the industry” in Hollywood. After living at home for a year you saved enough to purchase, with your parents as business partners, a 2-bedroom townhouse in Studio City. Under the partnership, you and your parents each own a one-half interest in the townhouse. It was agreed that the 2nd bedroom would be rented out and that you would “manage” the property while living there. You have been living with your tenant/roommate for the past two years and you get along well. Since you both have challenging full-time jobs, there has not been much time to socialize. In your free time you generally hangout with old friends and visit with your parents, as does your housemate. You have, however, reached the point where you would prefer to live in the townhouse by yourself. The situation has become more difficult over the past 10 months when you both started working from home. You would like to use the 2nd bedroom as your home office for work. Also, you have been very careful about maintaining a safe social distance and wearing a mask when getting groceries or visiting family but your roommate is less careful when leaving the house. You recently learned that some of your roommate’s excursions out of the bubble have been to visit with a romantic interest and you are not certain that all of their meetings have been outdoors at a park. After struggling with how to handle this situation, you have decided to give your roommate notice to vacate the premises in 60 days. Before doing so, you remember the F-I-L-O-P framework from your CI course in Business Ethics, could be helpful to determine whether you are doing the right thing. Use the F-I-L-O-P process as the basis for your analysis in this defining moment. a) (20%) Facts – research and explain all relevant facts that will inform your decision; note any additional facts that, if known, would influence your decision; b) (15%) Issue – write an issue statement to describe the decision you must make; c) (15%) Law – discuss the relevant laws and regulations applicable to this scenario; d) (20%) Options – present all reasonable options; e) (20%) Principles – what values are in conflict in this situation and how might your principles and those of your business partners guide you? f) (10%) Conclusion – which option appeals to you most and why? Readings are Defining Moments Joseph Badaracco and Practical Business Ethics for the Busy Manager Neil Browne

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