A Review of the Principal Questions in Morals by Richard Price

By Richard Price

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All three parties are present. ) Joe, you’re the “complainant,” as it were, why don’t you present the complaint. Joe: Sure. Frank and I have been working together, more or less, for over seven years now, and I have a great deal of respect for him as a person, Frank, I want to say that right now. But in the last seven or eight months there’s been nothing but trouble, and if it were up to me we’d have let you go by now, I guess you know that. There was the time in April when we needed the data on the Stoddard account for the planning meeting, and it was your responsibility to get it there, and you were nowhere to be found, and neither was the data.

Someone has to do your work when you’re out, you know. You are just not carrying your share of the load. You missed the July 1 Department Report deadline, Howie, I’ve got all this in black and white. I spoke to you about the Stoddard account, and when I found out about the lunch hours I put a disciplinary note in your file. Another went in after you missed the May meeting, and a final warning after July 1. After I noticed the Monday pattern I started to process the papers for termination, and found out I had to go through this office, not my choice.

2. It’s the best course for the bottom line. Sure, while he’s drinking he’s costing us money. But do you know what it would cost to train a successor? It’s been shown that rehabilitating an alcoholic, at least at the management level, costs only 1/17 as much as totally replacing him. With that kind of return, it’s worth risking the investment of one more course of treatment. 3. He’s a human being. If he loses his job, for drinking, he’ll lose the last shred of selfrespect he has. He’ll never get another job at the level he deserves, or stop drinking, and I don’t know what will happen to his family.

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