April is a manager at a struggling IT company. As part of a strategy to survive the recent economic recession, she has been given a task of laying off a member of her team. As she considered her each team member’s performance, contributions and merits, she found two employees whose performance reviews were lower than the restThe first employee was Sasha. He was a young recent hire who had only been with the company for a few months. He did work hard and do a decent job overall, but he didn’t seem to be thriving or exceeding expectations. April suspected this was  because Sasha had moved across country for this position and was still adjusting to life in a new city, and making new friends both at work and outside of work. She was pretty sure his performance would improve once he settled in a bit more. In fact, in the last month he had shown significant improvement.The second employee was Carson, a 50-year-old who had been with the company for 25 years. Like Sasha, he did a decent job overall, but he was not, and had never been, a rising star in the company. Indeed, with recent advances in technology, Carson seemed to be struggling to keep up with the rapid changes their company was facing. however, if Carson were let go, he could and most likely would sue the company claiming age discriminationApril feels that Sasha is the slightly better candidate, but she’s worried that she only feels that way because Sasha is young and she associated youth with technological aptitude. In addition, if she were to let Carson go, her company may well face a law suit which they can ill afford in the current economic climateApril has to give someone their notice by the end of the week. What should she do?Required ( must have these headings )1) Introduction: Introduce the case study you will write on in general detail. Outline how your write-up will proceed. Tell the reader up front what course of action you will propose.• 2) Morally Relevant Facts: have you identified all (and only) the morally relevant facts and explained why they are morally relevant.• 3) Moral dilemma: Explain what factors about the case make it a moral dilemma. A dilemma has at least two sides (or competing interests). Explain what those competing sides or interests are, where there is room for disagreement, and why there is room for disagreement (state the morally relevant facts that support each side of the dilemma• 4) Possible Courses of Action: Referencing the dilemma laid out in section two, identify at least two different possible courses of action. In identifying these courses of action, you should cite the moral theories that would support each course,.• 5) Ethical Defense: Propose a course of action that you believe to be the most ethical. You should cite the moral theory/theories that support your course of actionCan  make reference to : Utilitarianism ( Bentham and Mill ), Kantian, Sissela Bok ( whistle blowing and Professional Responsibility), Ronald Duska (whistleblowing and employee loyalty), Michael Phillips ( Manipulative advertising), Rawls  and AristotleMust be 1000 words,

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