"Moral responsibility" for a corporation is not always a bad thing. With the many loopholes and write-offs that huge companies receive, it is refreshing to hear some of them calling for accountability in the ways their structure is processed. They should always have the moral obligation to put both their employees and their customers first, no matter what. An ethically beneficial attitude and mindset toward their constituents would raise their brand and, in turn, provide them with better business and quality of products. An individual worker should focus on the ways in which "moral responsibility" in their company works for them rather than finding a problem in the anthrpomorphizing of the company itself.