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Unformatted text preview: Ethical Decision-making in Business CHARACTERISTICS OF INDIVIDUALS Cognitive Biases Individual Differences CHARACTERISTICS OF ORGANIZATIONS Group and Organizational Pressures Organizational Culture MORAL AWARENESS ETHICAL JUDGMENT ETHICAL BEHAVIOR Process of Individual Ethical Decision-Making Behavior Ethical decision-making process Approaches to moral judgment Utilitarianism Rights Justice Objectivism Social contract Care Objectivism Decision rule Be rational and be all that you can be Biggest pro Reinforces personal responsibility Biggest con Individualistic and judgmental Example Motive Communications Integrative Social Contract Theory Decision rule Norm is authentic and not inconsistent with hypernorms Biggest pro Accepts variations in cultural norms without succumbing to ethical relativism Biggest cons Hypernorm is vague and its hard to respond properly when a norm conflicts with a hypernorm Example Levis Strauss and underage workers in Bangladesh Ethic of care...
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