Organizational Ethics Issues

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Organizational Ethics 1 Organizational Ethics Issues Shekitta Ferrell University of Phoenix Professor: Jimmy Sheppard Jr. Due Date: October 8, 2008
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Organizational Ethics 2 Introduction Organizational ethic issues are dramatically different depending on the organization and its environment. Business ethics are designed around the goals and objectives that an organization would like to have in order to meet their overall goals. The business ethics of each organization will change depending on the company. Some organizations will have ethics that include productivity over accuracy, while others are more focused on being the most efficient as they possibly can. These are objectives that each organization will choose and apply to their company. The ethics that are noticeably different in each organization are examples of diverse approaches to reaching company goals or objectives. Diversity is very common in an organizational culture. It is very common to have different types of cultures, ideas, outlooks, and approaches when working in an organization. Diverse situations become more or less important depending on the company and its guidelines. Many organizations have ethic issues that need to be handled before negative outcomes occur. There is a lot of discrimination among the workplace that can cause harm to employees and ultimately cause harm to the employer. Age discrimination is one of the huge ethical issues present in many different companies around the world. Age discrimination takes place in the everyday workplace environment. Many organizations and the companies that they work for tend to want to hire someone that will be able to be with them for awhile; this brings a sense of security to the company. Employers will try and hire the best person for the job. The people that an organization hires are usually the employees that can be as productive as possible. Employers want to get their money’s worth when they hire an employee. If an employer feels like the employee will not be able to handle the job duties put before them, they will tend to look away from that particular job seeker. Some employers believe that older employees will not be able to perform as good as a younger and
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Organizational Ethics 3 stronger employee. Depending on the job, some employers will encourage older job seekers to apply at their organization. It has been argued that older employees are more reliable, dedicated, and that they retain new skills better than younger workers. Overall, age discrimination is an organizational ethic issue that has many factors pertaining to stakeholder analysis, resolving the age discrimination issue, addressing the objectives, and implementing the resolution. Issue Clarification and Addressing Objectives
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