Ethical Issues in Plant Relocation

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
Keywords Applied Philosophy  Business and Professional Ethics
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ISBN(s) 0277-2027
DOI 10.5840/bpej19821228
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