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Managerial Ethics

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MEH Assignment-Group 1| Submitted By
Abin Sarkar(H11003)Kaushik Basu(H11024)P.Bhanuprakash Reddy(H11035)Ritabrata Chakrabarti(H11047)Vempalli Praneethreddy(H11058)| |
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Group Member: Abin Sarkar(H11003)
Ethics:
1. The discipline that examines one’s moral standards or the moral standards of a society. Author: Manuel G. Velasgquez
2. The systematic philosophical investigation of moral systems.The system of moral principles and rules that becomes standards for a group or for professional conduct. Source:Donaldson, T. (1989) The ethics of international business. Oxford University Press: New York. Business Ethics:

1. Business ethics are moral principles that define right or wrong behavior in the world of business and in the evaluation of business activities. Author: Peter Drucker
2. Business ethics is the application of general ethics to business behavior ,its is the extension of individual/group ethics to business situations. Source:http://www.slideshare.net/ajithsrc/hrm-ethics

Managerial Ethics:
1. Managerial ethics are a set of standards that dictate the conduct of a manager operating within a workplace. Author: Alex Burke
2. Managerial Ethics: Ethical management is the knowledge of standards in both accounting and corporate governance, and recognition of the link between ethics and organizational sustainability. Source: www.lebow.drexel.edu/PDF/Docs/Assessment/Ethics_Info.pdf Ethics in HR:

1. HRM ethics is the affirmative moral obligation of the employer towards the employees to maintain equality and equity justice. Source: Johnson, O.A and Reath. A
2. The ethics of human resource management (HRM) covers those ethical issues arising around the employer-employee relationship, such as the rights and duties owed between employer and employee. Discrimination issues ,Issues surrounding the representation of employees and the...