Do you have an ethical obligation to try to change the stance? If so, how might you go about making a change? 

Posted: March 14th, 2022

Assume that you are the staffing manager in a company that informally, but strongly, discourages you and managers from hiring people with disabilities. The company’s rationale is that people with disabilities are unlikely to be high performers or long-term employees, and are costly to train, insure, and integrate into the work unit. What is your ethical assessment of the company’s stance? Do you have an ethical obligation to try to change the stance? If so, how might you go about making a change?

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