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(Solved): Is the work ethic concept relevant in todays workplace?"Joe has worked for 20 years as a sales re ...



Is the work ethic concept relevant in today’s workplace?
"Joe has worked for 20 years as a sales representative for a successful, non-unionized major fashion retailer and is an outstanding employee. He is in his late forties and was recently told by his manager that he just doesn't 'fit with the culture any more' and his position is 'more suitable for a younger person'. Joe was terminated the following week." Given this case, what ethical issue can we spot in here? What could be a solution?


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Clarification: As indicated by the Work Relations Act, managers should give representatives a composed portrayal of the business' assumptions and noti
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