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Normative Judgments Ethics
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The principles of conduct governing an individual or a group; specifically, the standards you use to decide what your conduct should be. Judging something as good or bad, right or wrong, better or worse.
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Moral Standards Moral Standards
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Society’s accepted standards for behaviors that have serious consequences to its well-being. Behaviors that cannot be established or changed by decisions of authoritative bodies; behaviors that override self-interest.
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Procedural Justice Distributive Justice
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The fairness and justice of a decision’s results. The fairness of the process by which the decision was reached.
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Ethical Behavior Interactional Justice
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The manner in which managers conduct their interpersonal dealings with employees. Shaped by individual and organizational factors, the boss’s influence, ethics policies and codes, and the organization’s culture.
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Organization Culture Organization Culture
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The characteristic values, traditions, and behaviors a company’s employees share. Revealed through patterns of behavior, such as ceremonial events, written rules, figureheads, and the office layout.
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Managers Managers
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To create culture, they clarify expectations for values to be followed, like by publishing ethics codes, and use signs and symbols to signal the importance of values, thus setting the tone from the day To create culture, they provide physical support for values through rewards and incentive plans, use stories to illustrate values, and organize rites and ceremonies reinforcing values.
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you’re hired.
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Staffing and Selection Ethics
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Important to foster because they’re not employees, they’re people, avoids litigation, enhances employee commitment and satisfaction, and increases organizational Fostering the perception of fairness in the processes of recruitment and hiring of people; formal procedures, interpersonal treatment, and providing explanations.
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citizenship behaviors.
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Performance Appraisal Training
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How to recognize ethical dilemmas, how to use ethical frameworks, such as codes of conduct, to resolve problems, and how to use HR functions, such as interviews and Appraisals that make it clear the company adheres to high ethical standards by measuring and rewarding employees who follow those standards.
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disciplinary practices, in ethical ways.
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Workplace Aggression and Violence Reward and Disciplinary Systems
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The organization swiftly and harshly punishes unethical conduct. Taking care that HR actions do not foster perceptions of inequities that translate into dysfunctional behaviors by employees.
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Engagement Engagement, Explanation, Expectation Clarity
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Perceptions of fair treatment depend on: Involving individuals in the decisions that affect them by asking for their input and allowing them to refute the merits of others’ ideas and assumptions
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Expectation Clarity Explanation
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involved and affected understands why final decisions are made and the thinking that underlies the decisions. Making sure everyone
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2011 for the course MAN 3301 taught by Professor Bogumil,w during the Spring '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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