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When determining his obligations to his subordinate Kevin Pfeiffer what decision would Antonio Melendez most likely reach were he to apply the utilitarian approach to decision

 When determining his obligations to his subordinate, Kevin Pfeiffer, what decision would Antonio Melendez most likely reach were he to apply the utilitarian approach to decision making? What conclusions probably would result if he were to employ the individualism approach? 2. Put yourself in Antonio’s position and decide realistically what you would do. Is your response at a pre conventional, conventional, or post conventional level of moral development? How do you feel about your response? 3. If Antonio or Kevin were fired because they reported Empress’s fraud, would they be justified in removing all traces of their employment at the cruise line from their resumes so they won’t have to explain to a prospective employer why they were fired? Why or why not? From what computer technician Kevin Pfeiffer just told him, Antonio Melendez thought top management at Empress Luxury Lines finally had found a way to fund the computer system upgrade he’d been requesting ever since he’d taken the job two years ago. It began innocently enough, Kevin said. When he reported to the luxury cruise line’s corporate headquarters, his supervisor, Phil Bailey, informed him that the computer system had been hit by a power surge during the fierce thunderstorms that rolled through southern Florida the night before. “Check out the damage, and report directly back to me,” Phil instructed.

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