Utilitarian Moral Theory

Characterized as a teleological theory, utilitarianism is used to test the morality of an action based on its consequences, but not its motives. This theory is premised on the principle of maximizing pleasure and minimizing pain. The rightness of an action is therefore justified if it results into maximizing human welfare (Singer 325–337). Utilitarianism is […]

Retirement Plan Proposal and Communication Plan

Introduction Usually, employers offer retirement plans to their employees because the promise of a secure retirement represents an effective way to recruit and retain valuable employees (Garman & Forgue, 2009). Even though the Employer Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) does not require companies to offer retirement plans, it does regulate those plans that are provided. […]

Project: Warfare in the High Skies

The UAE Government The Unites Arab Emirates (UAE) is a perfect example of the transformational power of politics in the management of a country. The country was a sleepy corner of the Gulf barely a century ago. Its current international profile is the result of efforts undertaken in the last forty years. For a country […]

Marketing environment forces

Economic factor This is the most important aspect of the marketing environment. It entails all the aspects that impact on consumer’s patterns of spending (Silk, 2006). Marketing managers of Oatmeal must, therefore, pay attention to the various developments in the economy. The key elements to be considered under economic forces include the following issues. Inflation […]

Promoting Diversity through Professional Development and Education

The Case Study a) Considerations Mr. Weston should consider the social interaction ability of Alana because she exhibits aloofness and becomes aggressive easily. Examining the cause of the withdrawnness and aggressiveness that Alana exhibits is critical as it helps Mr. Weston to understand her condition. Social interaction has significant benefits to children because it does […]