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Ethics, Justice and Fair Treatment in HR Management Topic - 11
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Ethics and Fair Treatment at Work Ethics Refers to the principles of conduct governing an individual or a group; specifically, the standards you use to decide what your conduct should be. Ethical Decisions involve two things: Normative judgment: Means that something is good or bad, right or wrong, better or worse. Morality: Society’s highest accepted standards of behavior. 3
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Ethics, Justice, and Fair Treatment Distributive justice Components of Organizational Justice Procedural justice 4
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Factors That Affect Ethical and Unethical Behavior Ethical Dilemma Stage of Moral Development Organizational Culture Structural Variables Individual Characteristics Issue Intensity Moderators Ethical/Unethical Behaviour 5
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Factors That Affect Employee Ethics Stages of moral development Individual characteristics Structural variables Organizational culture Issue intensity A measure of independence from outside influences Levels of Individual Moral Development Preconventional level Conventional level Postconventional / Principled level 6
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7 Factors That Affect Employee Ethics Stages of moral development Levels of Individual Moral Development Preconventional level: Individual is mainly looking out for his or her own interests. Rules are followed only out of fear of punishment or hope of reward. Conventional level: Individual considers the interests and expectations of others in making decisions. Rules are followed because it is a part of belonging to the group. Postconventional/ Principled level: Individual follows personal principles for resolving ethical dilemmas. He or she considers personal, group and societal interest.
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8 Stages of Moral Development 6. Follow ing self-chosen ethical principles even if they violate the law 5. Valuing rights of others and upholding absolute values and rights regardless of the majority s opinion 4. Maintaining conventional order by fulfilling obligations
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