Case Study: April and Jordan worked in a small ad agency in Providence, Rhode Island The firm started five years ago and was making a profit, but barely. The ad agency needed some larger clients and put in a bid for a city government contract. The firm was one of two agencies up for a large government contract to do the ad work for the Providence?s government day campaign. April being preoccupied with a sick child left much of the work for Jordan to do. Having pulled the entire presentation together Jordan went over everything the day before the final client meeting with April. Since April had better speaking skills, they decided that April would present the majority of the work and Jordan would supplement information in a few areas. The presentation was a huge hit. The contract was awarded to the agency garnering April many accolades. So grateful were the owners of the business, they approached April with a bonus check in the amount of $10,000. April was torn because this money would help with the medical bills for her son but at the same time knew that Jordan did all the work and deserved the bonus money. Instructions: This assignment is the first of two assignments. Students will read a case study related to business ethics. In completing the assignment, students will analyze a case study scenario and apply the concepts learned in week 3 by answering a series of question. In completing the assignment, students will answer the questions in paragraph and sentence format. NOTE: 1) There are four classifications of ethical dilemmas: 1)conflict of interest; 2) conflict of loyalty; 3) issues of honesty and integrity; 4) bribes; and 5) whistleblowing. 2) An ethical dilemma is when someone struggles with deciding between two or more alternatives. Follow the step instructions below: Step 1: Review ?How to Analyze a Case Study? under Week 4 Content. In writing this paper, students are expected to use the facts from the case study focusing on using this information to determine opportunities and solve problems. Step 2: Create a Word or Rich Text Format (RTF) document that is double-spaced, 12-point font. The final product will be between 3-4 pages in length excluding the title page and reference page. Step 3: Review the grading rubric for the assignment. Step 4: Follow this format: Title page with title, your name, the course, the instructor?s name; Introduction; Body, in paragraph form using the following section headings: April?s Ethical Dilemma Employees? Roles/Responsibilities in Ethical Situations The Organization?s Role/Responsibility in Ensuring Ethical Practices Summary paragraph Step 5: In writing a case study, the writing is in the third person. What this means is that there are no words such as ?I, me, my, we, or us? (first person writing), nor is there use of ?you or your? (second person writing).