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Unformatted text preview: erarticulated relationship. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 42, 49–67. Seppa, 1997. Seppa, 1997. Peirce, Smolinski, & Rosen, 1998; Seppa, 1997. O’Hara, 1998. Peirce, Smolinski, & Rosen, 1998. Peirce, Smolinski, & Rosen, 1998. Peirce, Smolinski, & Rosen, 1998. Flynn, G. (1997, February). Respect is key to stopping harassment. Workforce, p. 56. Peirce, Smolenski, & Rosen, 1998. Weaver, G. R., Treviño, L.K., and Cochran, P.L. (1999). Corporate ethics programs as control systems: Influences of executive commitment and environmental factors. Academy of Management Journal, 42, 41–57. This draws on Waters, J. A., & Bird, F. (1988). A note on what a well-educated manager should be able to do with respect to moral issues in management. Unpublished manuscript. See Jones, T. M. (1991). Ethical decision making by individuals in organizations: An issue-contingent model. Academy of Management Journal, 16, 366–395. Weber, J. (1990). Measuring the impact of teaching ethics to future managers: A re...
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