9 - Ethics and Expression in the Workplace Chapter 9...

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Ethics and Expression in the Workplace Chapter 9 Foundational Ethical Perspective Ethical behavior is true in nature and universal People possess duty to obey moral guidelines Representative of religious teachings Situational Ethical Perspective Ethical decisions determined by circumstances Flexibility is useful for interpretation No universal assumptions about ethical behavior Deontological Ethical Perspective Virtue ethics Based on personal or organizational intentions If intentions are ethical, then action is acceptable I want to help my coworker get a raise but in the end something baad happens and he gets fired. The initial intention was good but the outcome wasn’t. Utilitarian Ethical Perspective
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Best ethical decisions bring most happiness Focus is on good for all If the results are good then the decision is good Directly opposed to deontological perspective Rights/Justice-based Ethical Perspective Ethics arise from natural law Value is placed on fairness for all Distributive Justice: normative principles for what is right or fair in an organization Procedural Justice: implementation of decisions based on fair principles Relationship-based Ethical Perspective Ethical behavior is created and maintained through communication Ethics are socially constructed Relationships created through honest interaction Dialogue is important for creating relationships Listening helps encourage flow of messages Stakeholder Theory Sole responsibility is to succeed for constituents
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