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A significant ethical conflict and dilemna exists when there are 1) significant value conflicts among differing interests, 2) presence of alternatives that are equality justifiable, and 3) significant consequences for "stakeholders" in the situation.
According to McNamara, ethical dilemmas faced by managers are often "highly complex with no clear guidelines, whether in law or often in religion." He lists the following examples:
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