The upper management of ExtremeNet were distressed at the traffic and publicity produced by the new Website denouncing ExtremeNet. Although Allen Lopez protested on the basis of his first amendment rights and his support of justice, the executives called an emergency meeting to decide the fate of Lopez’s future with the company, as well as the legal removal of his satirical Website by filing a suit against it.
Thesis Statement: The purpose of this arbitration paper is to write a ruling based on ethical concepts, that takes into consideration the rights of both parties. Key outcomes will be addressed, related to whether Allen Lopez should be allowed to keep his job with ExtremeNet, whether he should be forced to remove his Website, and how the executives can best respect Lopez’s rights and moral dignity.
towards justice for his colleagues in a level subordinate to him. This quality in an employee needs to be cherished by the management in a level senior to him, since the members of most organizations are concerned only with their own rights and privileges, and few would care to fight for the rights of lower level employees.
Moreover, business ethics ensures that all employees have several rights including “the right to freedom from discrimination” (Crane & Matten, 2007, p.270). Employee rights remain valid though they lack legal protection due to which ethical dilemmas can result. Therefore, Lopez struggled to first raise the issue with the executives, and on failing to get results, he began attacking the management through his new Website, in order to bring the public’s attention to injustices at ExtremeNet. On the basis of Allen Lopez’s selfless and sustained concern for his subordinates, the ruling is that Lopez should be allowed to continue working for ExtremeNet.
Allen Lopex should be forced to remove his Website because of its harmful role in damaging the reputation of ExtremeNet. It is against professional