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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 14: Ethics, Justice, and Fair Treatment in HR Management Multiple Choice 1. The principles of conduct governing an individual or a group are referred to as _____. a. judgments b. norms c. ethics d. laws e. morals (c; easy; p. 517) 2. When someone concludes that something is good or bad, right or wrong, a(n) _____ has been made. a. normative judgment b. non-normative statement c. moral assessment d. distributive assessment e. affective attitude judgment (a; easy; p. 517) 3. Ethics refers to the _____. a. basic beliefs about what is right or wrong b. characteristic values, traditions, and behaviors a companys employees share c. principles of conduct governing an individual or group d. standards used by the organization to decide upon proper conduct e. standards of behavior accepted by society (c; moderate; p. 517) 4. Which of the following is a normative statement? a. Sam is wearing a business suit for todays meeting. b. Our company offers health insurance for employees and their families. c. The benefits offered by the company are exceptional compared to competing companies. d. The companys revenue in 2003 was approximately $1.2 billion. e. Employees are eligible to receive benefits after a 60 day period. (c; moderate; p. 517) 22 5. Normative judgment refers to the _____. a. assessment of whether something is good or bad b. characteristic values, traditions, and behaviors a companys employees share c. principles of conduct governing an individual or group d. standards used by the organization to decide upon proper conduct e. standards of behavior accepted by society (a; moderate; p. 517) 6. Morality refers to the _____. a. basic beliefs about what is right or wrong b. characteristic values, traditions, and behaviors a companys employees share c. principles of conduct governing an individual or group d. standards used by the organization to decide upon proper conduct e. standards of behavior accepted by society (e; moderate; p. 517) 7. Which of the following is not a component of organizational justice? a. distributive justice b. procedural justice c. interactional justice d. normative justice e. interpersonal justice (d; moderate; p. 518) 8. Which component of organizational justice refers to the fairness and justice of a decisions result? a. distributive justice b. procedural justice c. interactional justice d. normative justice e. interpersonal justice (a; moderate; p. 518) 9. The distributive justice component of organizational justice refers to the _____. a. fairness of the process used to arrive at a decision b. manner in which managers conduct their interpersonal dealings with employees c. fairness of a decisions result d. the degree to which managers treat employees with dignity as opposed to abuse or disrespect e. the extent to which a decision is good or bad (c; moderate; p. 518) 23 10. Which component of organizational justice refers to the fairness of a process?...
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