Sean P. Conley
December 21st, 2012
Managerial Ethics - 2
Instructor: DR. Kenneth Terrell
Business managers must practice ethics in the workplace. Managers are faced with a variety of situations and decisions in which they need to objectively resolve. They must work with individuals from diverse background and differing values and principles. Consider some of the following workplace dilemmas.
Explore the online library for scholarly articles on ethical dilemmas in the workplace.
Using Microsoft Word, prepare a document that includes the following:
Discuss some of the common ethical dilemmas managers face in the workplace.
Compare and contrast the ethical dilemmas that managers face to ethical dilemmas employees face in the workplace.
Why is it important for managers to build trust, commitment, and effort among stakeholders associated with the firm? What value does it provide to the organization? How does it impact employees?
Discuss your thoughts on employee e-mail monitoring in the workplace. Is it ethical? Is it justified?
Does whistle-blowing violate company loyalty? Should an employee blow the whistle if they are aware of wrongdoing?
Introduction I think we all have heard about workplace ethics. I think what most people fail to realize is that ethics are ethics. To think that there is a separate definition for workplace ethics is just untrue. Ethics are when we are faced with the right or wrong choice. A good ethical decision is when we make the right choice even when it may be the harder of the two decisions. There are some golden rules or popular phrases that we may recite just to keep one another on track. Phrases such as treat others as you want to be treated or don’t hurt, steal or lie or my favorite practice what you preach (Curry, 2012). Some of the common Ethical dilemmas in the workplace are: