Organizational Ethics

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Unformatted text preview: EMPLOYEES, THE CORPORATION, & ETHICS Bus M 390 Marriott School of Management Brigham Young University Ethical Leadership Helping Others to be Ethical Ethical Courage Willingness to Pay the Price for Ethics Application of Ethics to Business Situations Fraudulent Practices, Misleading Advertising, Unfairness Ethics Framework for the Course Personal Ethical Understanding Right/wrong, Fairness, Honesty, Personal Integrity, Respect for Others A Changing World We thought we could sit in Bentonville (AR), take care of customers, take care of associatesand the world would leave us alone. It doesnt work that way anymore. WalMart CEO Lee Scott Any group or individual who can affect or is affected by the achievement of the organizations objectives. (Thompson, 1967) STAKEHOLDER THEORY THE CORPORATION AND ITS STAKEHOLDERS M A R K E T Stockholders THE CORPORATION AND ITS STAKEHOLDERS N O N M A R K E T Stockholders Rights of Employees Right to organize & bargain collectively Right to a safe and healthy workplace Right to privacy Right to fair and just discipline Right to blow the whistle Right to equal employment opportunity Right to be treated with respect & dignity Right to a Safe & Healthy Workplace What obligation does an employer have to provide a safe & healthy workplace? Right to a Safe & Healthy Workplace OSHA Workplace violence Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Worker Injuries 2001 5.2 million injuries among private firm OSHA...
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