A textile manufacturer is closing its North Carolina plant and moving the production of its products to a developing nation in Southeast Asia. The primary reason for the move is the lower labor cost that the organization can enjoy in the new location.
•Proponents of the decision laud the move as a means to save the organization by taking advantage of the free market and finding cheaper methods of producing the company's goods.
•Opponents of the decision state that a breach of trust existed between the company and the loyal employees in the North Carolina facility. Additionally, opponents cite recent findings that contractors in the Southeast Asia region where the company is moving have been cited for utilizing
child labor and failing to provide working conditions equivalent to those in the United States.
•Officials in the Southeast Asia region have answered the criticisms of the use of child labor by pointing out that oftentimes children are the only individuals in a family who are capable of working, and to deny them that opportunity would create greater hardship on the already desperately poor population.
Based on the case study above, apply the deontological and teleological frameworks learned in this unit to provide the following information in your response:#300-400 words
•Describe which framework the proponents of this move would use to support their statement that it be considered ethical.
•Describe which framework the opponents of this move would use to support their statement that it be considered unethical.
•Describe style of leadership this decision reflects, and discuss whether this move would lead to a positive evaluation of leadership and
•Describe the level of corporate responsibility this decision reflects.