Review several of your peers’ posts, responding to at least three of them by Day 7. Respond substantively to at least three classmates throughout the week, suggesting aspects that your peers may have overlooked. Did you receive feedback to improve the structure of your response to discussion question? I recommend Q&A style. Q&A style means question-and-answer format in an itemized way.Response 1:Leigh The ethical implications of this letter do not communicate the letter’s purpose to the insurance company’s customers. The format of the letter shows that they are trying to hide the fact that they will raise the premiums by explaining the update at the end of the letter. A business must show transparency and provide ethical communication by including all relevant information that is true and not deceptive in any way (Bovee & Thill, 2018). Adding the new information to the end of the letter might upset customers because it looks like they are being deceptive.I would suggest to my boss that she address the new pricing updates at the beginning of the letter, showing the true purpose of the information she is presenting. Then you can add information about the medical advances and expanded coverage to support the decision to increase rates.If my boss did not make the changes I suggested, I would review the company’s code of ethics to understand what actions could be taken. “Every employee has a responsibility to communicate in an ethical manner” (Bovee & Thill, 2018).ReferencesBovée, C. L., & Thill, J. V. (2018). Business communication today (14th ed.). Retrieved from https://content.uagc.edu/Response 2:Khalil Hello class,The ethical implications of this draft is that many of the customers may not be able to afford the rise in prices and may in the end lose coverage all together. For the company it may be beneficial in growing and expanding the company, but at the cost of loyal customers. The changes that I would suggest would be moving the the coverage of the health care coverage to the forefront of the draft. So it shows customers that the company is upfront and honest and it does not appear that they are trying to blindside its customers with increasing the coverage. I think this would be the best way to address customers if in fact it is truly necessary to paise the premiums. If my boss were to tell me I couldn’t make edits it would disturb me to a certain degree, I would inquire as to why i am unable to make any edits and how can we go about takin care of our long term customers. Perhaps having old customers grandfathered into their previous premiums, and that any new customers fall underneath the new premiums. At the end of the day it comes down to how truly passionate you would be about the matter, if I feel it is truly something unethical I would have to have a sit down with my boss and get a better understanding as to why we are doing what we’re doing.Response 3:Jenny Hi Everyone, Describe the ethical implications of this draft.Based off of the draft the ethical implications is that the insurance company is not being transparent with their customers from the beginning of the letter. Even with all of the benefits that come with the increase in pricing of the premium there is still the issue of not coming right out with that in the beginning of the letter. What changes would you suggest? The changes that I would make is changing the direction of the letter and the organization. I would have stated that there would be an increase of the premiums for the health insurance that they were already paying for and all of the benefits that would follow with that. I believe if we are transparent in the beginning of the letter we will gain the trust of the customers. If your boss tells you not to make content changes, what will you do, and why? If my boss were to deny any of the content changes that I recommend I would we at least go over the suggestions and where it could benefit future letters issued to customers or even employees. I would then discuss why I feel that the tone of the letter can have a major impact and to show that we as a company care about our customers and believe that being transparent is the way to show that. Jenny Reference:Bovée, C. L., & Thill, J. V. (2018). Business communication today (14th ed.). Retrieved from https://content.uagc.edu/Response to my post:Kyle (the teacher)KendriaWhat is the difference between doing something that is legal versus doing something that is ethical? When do they overlap? When do they not overlap?