Each Sandwich Blitz location is situated on very small parcels of land. This original strategy has contributed to somewhat lower operating expenses for the business and both Dalman and Lei view this as a competitive advantage. Based on new local health codes, new laws have been issued requiring trash dumpsters be a minimum distance of 30 feet (9.144 meters) from the rear entrance of the building. New land-use laws require that all out buildings be at least 6 feet (1.8288 meters) from the property lines. The enclosure that houses the trash dumpster is 5 feet (1.524 meters) from the property lines, which is in violation of those laws. The government inspector has told the unit manager that he would be willing to approve this if Sandwich Blitz provides the food for his department’s holiday party. The location manager has conveyed this information to Dalman.
The integrity of a business organization and its leaders is a universally accepted component of business ethics. In his article “Rethinking Integrity” Stratford Sherman outlines eight ways in which business leaders can manage a business organization with integrity
Write a paper of at least two full double spaced pages in length describing the steps that you recommend Dalman take to make an ethical decision in this matter. What, if anything, does the nature of the holiday party have to do with Dalman’s decision and actions in this matter? How will Dalmans’ decisions and actions influence the ethics environment and corporate social responsibility of Sandwich Blitz?
Critical Elements for this Assignment:
● Write your original response in Standard English, paying special attention to grammar, style, and mechanics.
● Respond to each part of the Assignment in a thorough manner.
● Ensure that your viewpoint and purpose are clearly stated.
● Demonstrate logical and appropriate transitions from one idea to another.
● Your paper should be highly organized, logical, and focused