Managing Ethically

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“The task and responsibilities of managers have been changing dramatically in recent years. (Jones, & George, 2011)” It is believed that there are not any ethical implications that would require and employee to dedicate long hours and extensive travel time to their careers. When someone pursues a job it is their responsibility to gather the appropriate information by doing research on the company they want to pursue a career with. If they truly intend to become and employee they need to figure out and get familiar with all the requirements of the job they want to get. Some of the requirements that should be researched are the main details of the job like the hours you would be required to work, and the duties you would be asked to perform.

When deciding to enter a job or career that would involve traveling and some over time, it is your responsibility to decide if you can deal with the possibility that the traveling and overtime may become consistent. When you accept a job that would require some travel it is expected of you that you are able to travel when you are supposed to.

“Professional ethics are standards that govern how members of a profession, managers or workers, make decisions when the way in which they should behave is not clear-cut. (Jones, & George, 2011)” The manager has to enable employees to create a balanced professional and private life. The manager must be able to maintain a successful business and workplace without over working the employees. The manager is considered the main and vital stakeholder of the company. “Managers are the stakeholder group that bears the responsibility to decide which goals and organizations should pursue to most benefit stakeholders and how to make the most efficient use of resources to achieve those goals. (Jones, & George, 2011)” Reference

Jones, G.R., & George, J.M. (2011). Essentials of contemporary management. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill/Irwin.
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