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Thinking Ethically 1 Running head: Thinking Ethically Thinking Ethically Terri Chichester Kaplan University MT203: Human Resources Management Dana Williams March 14, 2011
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Thinking Ethically 2 Thinking Ethically Introduction Throughout this case study the issues of mentoring, ethics, and succession planning will be discussed. Ethical behavior is very important in all walks of life, however it is especially important for an organization to develop a high standard ethical code of conduct and stick to it with consistency throughout the organization, from the highest most executive to the lowest of employees. Without this ethical code of conduct an organization is doomed to have a problematic future and many organizations ultimately fail because high standard ethical behavior is overlooked, not practiced, or just plain non-existent. Review/Analysis of the Case Generally, senior executives might mentor junior employees in behaving ethically by providing a good and consistent example of ethical behavior and ethical decision making on the
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