Write a six (6)page. Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.â¢Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the studentâs name, the professorâs name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length.Assignment 2: Ethics and Corporate Responsibility in the Workplace and the WorldPharmaCARE (We CARE about YOUR healthÂ®) is one of the worldâs most successful pharmaceutical companies, enjoying a reputation as a caring, ethical and well-run company that produced high-quality products that saved millions of lives and enhanced the quality of life for millions of others. The company offers free and discounted drugs to low-income consumers, has a foundation that sponsors healthcare educational programs and scholarships, and its CEO serves on the PhRMA board. PharmaCARE recently launched a new initiative, We CARE about YOUR worldÂ®, pledging its commitment to the environment through recycling, packaging changes and other green initiatives, despite the fact that the companyâs lobbying efforts and PAC have successfully defeated environmental laws and regulations, including extension of the Superfund tax, which was created by Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA).Based in New Jersey, PharmaCARE maintains a large manufacturing facility in the African nation of Colberia, where the company has found several âhealersâ eager to freely share information about indigenous cures and an abundance of Colberians willing to work for $1.00 a day, harvesting plants by walking five (5) miles into and out of the jungle carrying baskets that, when full, weigh up to fifty (50) pounds. Due to the low standard of living in Colberia, much of the population lives in primitive huts with no electricity or running water. PharmaCAREâs executives, however, live in a luxury compound, complete with a swimming pool, tennis courts, and a golf course. PharmaCAREâs extensive activities in Colberia have destroyed habitat and endangered native species.Two (2) years ago, after PharmaCAREâs research indicated that one of its top-selling diabetes drugs might slow the progression of Alzheimerâs disease, its pharmacists began reformulating that drug to maximize the effect. In order to avoid FDA scrutiny, PharmaCARE established a wholly-owned subsidiary, CompCARE, to operate as a compounding pharmacy to sell the new formulation to individuals on a prescription basis. CompCARE set up shop in a suburban office park near its parentâs headquarters, and to conserve money and time, did a quick, low-cost renovation and designated Allen Jones to run the operationâs âclean room.âCompCARE benefited from PharmaCAREâs reputation, databases, networks, and sales and marketing expertise, and within six (6) months had the medical community buzzing about AD23. Demand soared, particularly among Medicare, Medicaid, and VA patients. Seeing the opportunity to realize even more profit, CompCARE began advertising its services and the availability of AD23 to consumers and marketing the drug directly to hospitals, clinics, and physician offices, even though compounding pharmacies are not supposed to sell drugs in bulk for general use. To get around this technicality, CompCARE encouraged doctors to fax in lists of bogus patient names.As production increased and hours were extended, one of Allenâs techs pointed out what appeared to be mold around the air vents. Allen immediately contacted the facilitiesâ supervisor, who came over to inspect the lab. As time went on, workers began coughing, sneezing, and getting headaches at work, and one employee, Donna, who had a perfect attendance record, got so sick she could no longer come to work due to chronic bronchial problems. Eventually, she filed for workerâs compensation. Allenâs best supervisor, Tom, threatened to complain to OSHA about the air quality in the lab, and one of the techs, Ayesha, filed an EEOC complaint alleging she had not been promoted to supervisor because she was a Muslim; in fact, although Ayesha was a very good worker, Allen did not believe she had the management or people skills necessary to be a good supervisor. Allen discussed these issues with his boss, the Director of Operations, who told Allen that if he wants to keep his job and receive his promised bonus, he needs to fire Donna, Tom, and Ayesha, and keep his own mouth shut about the mold and the bogus prescriptions.As CompCARE and its parent company enjoyed record profits and PharmaCAREâs stock price approached $300 per share, reports started filtering in that people who received AD23 seemed to be suffering heart attacks at an alarming rate. The company ignored this data and continued filling large orders and paid huge bonuses to all the executives and managers, including Allen, who, after being named âEmployee of the Year,â was beginning to miss production schedules due not only to his staffâs increasing use of sick leave, but also his own health issues.PharmaCARE sold CompCARE to WellCo, a large drugstore chain, just weeks before AD23 was publicly linked to over 200 cardiac deaths. Both PharmaCARE and WellCo saw their stock price plummet.Write a six (6)page paper in which you:â¢Determine all the stakeholders in this scenario.â¢Analyze the ethics of PharmaCAREâs treatment of the Colberiaâs indigenous population and its rank-and-file workers versus that of its executives.â¢Determine whether Allen could legally fire each of the three (3) workersâDonna, Tom, and Ayesha. Suggest steps he should take to minimize the risks to his department and the company.â¢Determine the whistleblowing opportunities, obligations, and protections that could benefit Allen. Explain why and how Allen would benefit.â¢Assess PharmaCAREâs environmental initiative against the backdrop of its anti-environmental lobbying efforts and Colberian activities. Examine if this renders the companyâs purported environmental stewardship better or worse and if the companyâs public stance should carry an obligation to be a leader in environmental matters. Support the position.â¢Analyze the original purposes of and the changes to Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA). Determine which provision(s) of CERCLA apply to PharmaCARE in the scenario provided. Support the response.â¢Use at least three (3) quality resources in this assignment. Note: Wikipedia is not an acceptable reference and proprietary Websites do not qualify as academic resources.Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:â¢Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.â¢Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the studentâs name, the professorâs name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length.The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:â¢Analyze and evaluate laws that protect against discrimination in the workplace.â¢Examine and assess employee rights to health and safety in the workplace.â¢Analyze environmental protection laws and assess their impact on organizations.â¢Use technology and information resources to research issues in law, ethics, and corporate governance.â¢Write clearly and concisely about law, ethics, and corporate governance using proper writing mechanics…
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