Provide a summary of your conclusion/recommendation, in light of your analyses in the previous sections. All things considered, what is your conclusion/recommendation regarding the moral acceptability of mandatory vaccination or bluffing in the workplace?

Executive Summary AssignmentAs you likely already know, executive summaries are commonly prepared as part of a larger document or report. In this case, however, you are going to jump straight to the summary. The point here is to defend a position, in summary form, on one of the following issues:1. Many employers are implementing a policy of mandatory COVID vaccinations for employees. Do you think this is morally acceptable/justified? Why or why not? (In other words, are mandatory vaccinations in the workplace morally wrong?)2. Albert Carr argues that bluffing in business is (generally) not morally wrong. Do you agree? Why or why not?Format: Typed, double-spaced, 12 pt. font. Save your file as a pdf before uploading.Length: 750 words max. (aim for 2 – 3 pages)Your executive summary should have the following sections:1. Statement of issueProvide a brief explanation of the issue and its significance, and the position on the issue you are defending/recommending. (You may include a case study here if you’d like, but this is not mandatory.)2. Argument forProvide a summary of what you regard as the best argument in support of mandatory vaccination or bluffing in the workplace. The argument should have two basic parts. The first summarizes a normative ethical theory or principle. The second explains how this theory/principle supports mandatory vaccination or bluffing in the workplace.3. Strengths and weakness of the argument forProvide a summary of what you regard as the main strengths of the argument for mandatory vaccination or bluffing in the workplace followed by a summary of the main weaknesses of the argument.4. Argument againstProvide a summary of what you regard as the best argument against mandatory vaccination or bluffing in the workplace. Again, the argument should have two basic parts. The first summarizes a normative ethical theory or principle. The second explains how this theory/principle supports mandatory vaccination or bluffing in the workplace.5. Strengths and weakness of the argument againstProvide a summary of what you regard as the main strengths of the argument against mandatory vaccination or bluffing in the workplace followed by a summary of the main weaknesses of the argument.6. RecommendationProvide a summary of your conclusion/recommendation, in light of your analyses in the previous sections. All things considered, what is your conclusion/recommendation regarding the moral acceptability of mandatory vaccination or bluffing in the workplace?