Ethical Issues in Plant Relocation

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Relocation or closing of manufacturing plants is an unavoidable element of our economic system which causes hardship to employees and communities. this article argues that, in making a decision to close or relocate, companies have moral obligations to: (1) take into account the impact on employees and the community; (2) avoid the move if possible; (3) notify affected parties as soon as possible; and (4) take positive measures to ameliorate effects of the move
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