The question is to state a situation where moral judgment helped me make my decision. One of my first jobs I have ever worked was in a warehouse, my position was a selector .What I would do is stack pallets with products ordered, by towing the pallets from isle to isle until the order was complete and then start all over again. Most of the employees I worked with were young like me at the time and we would goof off sometimes. There was an incident when one of the employees I worked with tried to jump out of a steal rack and scare me while working, he was just joking but in the process hit his shoulder on the rack and injured him -self. I was actually good friends with him, he ended up reporting his injury to the safety manger and told a different story than what actually happened and stated that I witnessed it. Later that night the manager asked me what happened and because he was my friend I said he just hit his shoulder on a rack while routinely working. My friend asked if I would say that, morally I chose to lie because he was my friend but logically I knew it was the wrong thing to do.
The question is to state a situation where moral judgment helped me make my decision. One of my first jobs I have ever worked was in a warehouse, my position was a selector