ETHICS IN HRM
SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULLFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT FOR THE AWARD OF DEGREE OF MASTERS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
SUBMITTED TO: SUBMITTED BY:
PROF. A. Singh JASS
CLASS: MBA 2nd
Through this acknowledgment, we express our sincere gratitude to all those people who have been associated with this assignment and have helped us with it and made it a worthwhile experience.
Firstly we extend our thanks to the various people who have shared their opinions and experiences through which we received the required information crucial for our report.
Finally, we express our thanks to PROFFESSOR who gave us this opportunity to learn the subject in a practical approach and PROF. RAVINDER SINGH who guided us and gave us valuable suggestions regarding the project report.
The current global operation of business creates extraordinary interactions of values and practice. HRM is a feature of both the public, private and voluntary sectors and management practice differs accordingly. It is argued HRM holds the moral ‘stewardship’ of organisations. It is interesting therefore to consider the special role of HRM in the generation of an ethical and moral climate in organisations in general.
|1 |Introduction |6 | |2 |Introduction to ethics |7 | |3 |Approaches to ethics |8 | |4 |Use of ethics |9 | |5 |Ethical standard |10 | |6 |Code of ethics |11 | |7 |Types of ethics |12-13 | |8 |Introduction to hrm |14 | |9 |Ethics, Fair Treatment, and Justice |15 | |10 |Why treat employees fairly? |16 | |11 |How to Treat Employees Fairly in the Workplace |17-18 | |12 |Quick ethics test |19 | |13 |Ethical difficulties |20 | |14 |Ethics in hrm |21 | |15 |Ethical Issues in Human Resource Management |22-24 | |16 |Why is Ethical Conduct Important? |25 | |17 |To what extent should the organization follow HRM ethics?...