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SORSOGON STATE COLLEGE
School of Graduate Studies
DONSOL EXTENSION GRADUATE STUDIES PROGRAM
Second Semester, 2012- 2013

Course: Master of Arts in Management
Major in Administration & Supervision
Subject: Management Ethics & Social Responsibility
Professor: Prof. Librada H. Esplana, Ph. D.
Student:Ms. Jean Christine G. Mira
* Cultural practices affect or connect people’s ethical behavior There are some cultural practices that affect or connect people’s ethical behavior. One example is the issue of abortion in the Philippines. People are arguing with this moral issue because some people specially those who are member of catholic religion are highly disagreeing about it but some of people in a particular part of the issue broadly agree on everything else. Peoples connect if their conversation have been properly discussed and come with the same decision. * How does an employee cope with changes in the work place Employee cope with the changes in the work place by accepting the fact that change is under way and they must bear in mind that every changes does not mean negative impact on their job, they must motivate their self and think that it is only a challenge that they need to pass through. Here is some guidelines offers for coping with changes.

* Develop support relationships at work and home. People with friends on whom they can rely during stressful times experience fewer negative effects of the stress change can bring. They also remain healthier, are more successful, and live longer. 

* Take care of yourself. Eat a balanced diet, exercise, and get enough rest. Take time to relax with friends and family. Enjoy your hobbies. Listen to your body. If you don't think these suggestions are important, look around at others who aren't using them. You'll soon discover just how important these basic wellness tips are.  * Build self-esteem. There is only one you. You have special talents and interests. List what you like...