Suppose an employee engages in an office romance that involves in-office sexual activity. The Essay

Suppose an employee engages in an office romance that involves in-office sexual activity. The employee is originally from Chile, where there are sanctions against such behaviors, and the behavior is against the law in the state. The employee feels “liberated” away from the home country and believes that “freedom” means the ability to do as you wish. This approach to situational ethics demands a response from the leadership in the organization.
Discuss your understanding of situational ethics and the relationship between government laws, ethics, and this person’s situational freedom. What is your approach to resolving this dilemma? Draw on Chapter 2, page 34 of your Becoming an Ethical Helping Professional text to further elaborate on your consideration of situational ethics.
Your initial post must:
Be at least 275 words in length.
Contain a minimum of two references with citations in APA style.
Follow APA style guidelines.
Response Guidelines
Respond to the post of at least one of your peers. Compare your understanding with your peer’s, regarding situational ethics and the relationship between government laws, ethics, and this person’s situational freedom. Ask questions that will help you better understand the post and contribute to expanding the discussion. Make substantive suggestions that will provide food for thought.
Learning Components
This activity will help you achieve the following learning components:
Analyze situational ethics in relation to government law and personal freedom.
Communicate using original work with writing that is articulate and professional, using current APA formatting and style.
Resources
Discussion Participation Scoring Guide.