So once a company establishes a policy, it is above reproach, and bears no more scrutiny on moral grounds?Originally posted by: Gaard
I think it's obvious that, whether or not you agree with his morals, the pharmacist broke company policy. He should either conform with policy, or get a new job.Eckerd spokeswoman Joan Gallagher said she could not give details of the disciplinary actions, but said the pharmacist had violated company policy.
"A pharmacist is obliged to fill a prescription if it is a valid, legal prescription," she said. "We do not make exceptions for any moral, religious or ethical concerns with regard to filling the prescription."