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Ron is a new employee who works at an auto body shop and faces a dilemma while doing cosmetic repairs to a car He sees an additional problem that could cause some potential harm and his boss tells him to ignore it and merely work on the ordered repairs As an employee Ron must obey the wishes of his boss but at the same time it would be unacceptable for Ron to ignore the problem completely and not report it to the potential buyer of the car One problem that Ron has is with his boss Obviously Ron would like to be a good employee and please his boss He is stuck in a huge ethical dilemma If he fixes the potential leak he would be directly disobeying his boss Employee disobedience could quite possibly lead to a loss of trust that has been placed in him And trust is an essential component to any relationship Another likely problem with disobeying his boss would be the loss of his job Ron may lose the means of supporting his family Some may believe this would be a worthy risk to take for the sake of the potential buyer However Ron does have an obligation to follow the orders of his boss When he does follow the given directions of his boss Ron will maintain the trust of his boss He will also be assured no dilemma with losing his job the financial support for his family And at the same time he can still take action to report the life-threatening car malfunction to the future owner of the car Although Ron should obey his boss he must be sure that the person who buys the car knows about the repair work that needs to be done Doing so would fulfill his moral obligation to the future car owner Doing nothing to forewarn the customer would be dishonest Dishonesty is not merely telling a lie In
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