1.Â Â Â What are the main ethical conflicts and
issues in this case?
2.Â Â Â Set out the main ethical arguments that might be used to (a) criticise and (b) defend the excessive hours typically imposed on doctors and other young professionals. How convincing is each set of arguments?
3.Â Â Â Reflect on the reasons given to suggest why the problem of excessive working hours might arise in the medical profession. To what extent are these reasons valid for other jobs and professions?
4.Â Â Â Flexible working patterns are considered a solution to some of the issues raised. Discuss the pros and cons using a stakeholder perspective. What would be your overall judgement?
5.Â Â Â Assess the role of legislation in protecting employee rights in the context of working hours and flexible work patterns. Is it an effective â€˜solutionâ€™ to this problem? How does the role of legislation in this situation compare with its role in the context of other employee rights, such as the right to participation and the right to be free from discrimination?
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