Dillman company manufactures a high-tech component that passes through two production processing departments, molding and assembly. Department managers are partially...
Dillman company manufactures a high-tech component that passes through two production processing departments, molding and assembly. Department managers are partially compensated on the basis of units of products completed and transferred out relative to units of product put into production. This was intended as encouragement to be efficient and to minimize waste.;Jen Wooten is the department head in the molding department, and Tony Ferneti is her quality control inspector. During the month of June, Jan had three new employees who were not yet technically skilled. As a result, many of the units produced in June had minor molding defects. In order to maintain the department?s normal high rate of completion, Jan told Tony to pass through inspection and on to the assembly department all units that had defects non-detectable to the human eye. ?Company & industry tolerances on this product are too high anyway? says Jan ?less than 2% of the units we produce were subjected in the market to see the tolerance we?ve designed into them. The odds of those 2% being any of this months units are even less. Anyway were saving the company money.;1) Who are the potential stakeholders involved in the situation?;2) What alternatives does Tony have in this situation? what might the company do to prevent this situation from occurring;Prepare a two page type written doublespaced paper that specifically and concisely responds to the questions and issues (ethics)
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