Student name Professor’s name Course Date Favoritism in business Summary This is a business plan to bring about justice in business setups. Favoritism as a bad business practice will be expounded an instance where it has been observed will be highlighted and its dark side is also given. Finally the proposed steps to eliminate and substitute it with fairness will be recommended. Description The act of denying certain rights to some individuals in preference to another person who may not deserve is termed favoritism (Li & Meng 10-14). Rights denied to an individual can be the right to salary equality the right to a job promotion the right to off-duty period pay rise et cetera. Gender inequality at work is an example of favoritism; it can involve men and the authorities provide a channel for reporting unfair treatments. Bosses should be enlightened on the advantages of observing justice at their work. Conclusion For any business to be successful justice must be observed for their employees and to extension the community. If the proposed changes are not recognized it results in the business failure. For example the use of unqualified employees due to adverse selection of workers leads to poor production. Also one important aspect of tackling unfair worker treatment is through government interventions. Works cited Li Meng. Coming Back to the Vertical Dyad Linkage Model: The Consequences of Perceived Workplace Favoritism in Organizations. Diss. Central Michigan University 2016. Maswabi Oitshupile Khumo and Yang Qing. "Risk Analysis and Countermeasures of Favouritism Nepotism and Cronyism in Organizations." INNOVATION AND MANAGEMENT (2017). [...]
Address each of these four issues. Of course, you can say more if you think it is appropriate. 1. Describe the business practice. What are the situations where you have observed it, or participated in it? What are its distinctive features? 2. What is not right about it? Explain how it strikes you as the wrong way to act? Why has this business practice persisted? 3. What is your vision for an improved alternative? Explain why your vision would be better for the key people who are involved. 4. What is your plan for making your proposed improvement a reality? Who has to be convinced and what would you say to them?