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Chapter 9: Measuring Ethics Performance The measurement of ethical behavior would affect employees’ conduct on the job because employees would be more aware and careful of their conduct if they know their will be consequences. If organizational systems promote ethical behavior they should have a written code of conduct for employees that they are expected to follow in making decisions. If there is a written code of conduct employees will know what is appropriate and what is not, and what the possible dilemmas they could run into. Various HRM practices could contribute to achieving an organizations goal of measuring and maintaining high standards for ethical conduct because training can help managers guide their employees to handle situations ethically. There is also management software that includes standards for maintaining an ethical culture.
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