Virtue Ethics Case Study

A former employee who was fired due to poor quality work, absences, and lateness related to her drinking problem informs you that she has applied for a position at another company and has already given your name as a reference. She desperately needs a job (she is a single parent with 3 
children), and she asks you to give her a good recommendation and not mention her drinking, which she assures you is now under 
control. She also asks you to say that she voluntarily left the company to address a family medical 
crisis, and that the company was pleased with her work. You like this person and believe she is a good worker when she is not drinking. You doubt that she really has overcome her drinking problem; however, and you would not recommend your own company hire her back.

Consider this situation from a virtue ethics perspective. What virtues are at stake? Are some virtues at odds with one another?

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