A corporate culture is to help managerssupervisors

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a corporate culture is to help managers/supervisors gain acceptance from employees to be obedient and to establish organizational norms and values! They must possess the right kind of moral integrity to make decisions. The company has hired someone who lacks all of these values and hence it indirectly violates the company’s core values. As I have mentioned, there’s only a little that the employees can tolerate before they feel that they are being violated and/or threatened of their reputation, financial establishment and ethical behaviors. I agree that every supervisor/manager would be a little harsh towards their employees but that should have a limit as well.(Comment:Obviously Crude Oil has hired, and is supporting, a manager who’s management style depends upon intimidation and abuse. This is in direct opposition to their stated core value of treating peoplewith respect. One student has suggested that the board require Jim to take sensitivity training which could bevery helpful—especially if the board ordered him to take it. Of course, they’d have to know about his behavior first. If legal action results from Jim’s behavior, the Board can be held responsible for the behavior of their manager. They are liable if they knew, or should reasonably have known, about the harassment. 4/5)

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