Unit 6 Thinking Ethically - TH I N K ING ETH ICALLY 1 TH IN...

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THINKING ETHICALLY 1 THINKING ETHICALLY THINKING ETHICALLY BRENDA RUSSELL KAPLAN UNIVERSITY MT203;HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT INSTUCTOR HAL KINGSLEY FEBUARY 10,2011
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Thinking Ethically 2 Thinking Ethically Ethics can have a big influence on decision-making in the workplace. Ethical behavior in the workplace is behavior that is accepted as morally “right,” rather than “wrong.” (Organizational Behavior). Unethical behavior can be considered illegal, or merely against the norms of society. Employees encounter ethical decisions every day in the workplace, whether they realize it or not. The stock boy must make a decision on whether it is right to steal merchandise. The auto mechanic must make a decision on what is a fair price to charge a gullible customer. The CEO must decide how to use all the power he or she possesses. There are many definitions of ethical behavior, and different people will view the same situation differently depending on their ethical thought process. Executive managers need to take ethics seriously. If a manager has good ethics and
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