ManuelaBeltran 771 Views
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We are a group of nursing students in Canada writing an ethical dilemma paper and we would like to know your opinions on the following issue:
The nurses at a large hospital have been doing negotiation for months but since they haven't obtained any positive results they are deciding to strike for better pay and working conditions. A new graduate nurse is not sure about what to do, or how to vote.
We have learned that in Ontario it is illegal for hospital nurses to strike.
So, our question is: If all or most of the necessary steps to seek negotiation have been taken, to what extent do you think it would be ethical to have an illegal strike? Would the purpose of an illegal strike outweight its consequences?
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