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A secretary who has worked for your corporation for fifteen years is involved in a car accident
in which she permanently loses the use of her right hand. Thus, she can no longer effectively
type, file, or perform many of the other functions that she previously had performed and that
are included in her job description.
Your corporation has a very tight budget and does not have sufficient funds to pay for an
additional secretary without reallocating budget items. The injured secretary has been very
loyal to your corporation, and you have been very satisfied with her work and dedication. She
wants to stay at her job.
Moreover, she does not believe that she could find other employment at this time. Should your
corporation fire her, lay her off with compensation, or find a way to retain her? In resolving
this dilemma, apply:
➢ Deontology
➢ Utilitarianism
➢ The Rights Model

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