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Work Place Ethics
We believe that there is ethics in the work place, but is it really. To build and sustain an ethical culture, organizations need a comprehensive framework that encompasses communication of behavior expectations, training on ethics and compliance issues, stakeholder input resolution of reported matters and analysis of the entire ethics program this closed-loop process not only yields more effective overnight, it also supports prompt resolution of critical issues and provides data for assessing and improving process, policies, and organizational structure. (Childers, David; Marks, Norman. Oct 2005 3p).
Think about it, you have people in their own group (click) who do not want to associate with certain other people. Why? We are all people, and then there are those who talk about everyone, (boring) it's just rude, example; a group of your co-workers are talking (whispering) and laughing together, and when you look in their direction they stop, and resume when you look away, some ethics, now your feelings are hurt because you know they have said something about you. Do these people think they are better than everyone else; of course they do. They have their own personal workplace ethics.
What about the office eater, that's right the office eater, who steals lunches from the refrigerator because their hungry did not bring their own lunch, and they know no one is looking. Has anyone found out who it was yet? Workplace ethics should make for a comfortable environment. If ethics were all positive would there be a need for them. The proper role of ethical reasoning is to highlight acts of two kinds: those which enhance and well-being of others-that warrant
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our praise-and those that harm or diminish the well-being of others-and thus warrant our criticism (Dr. Paul, Richard; Dr. Elder, Linda 2003). There are wide ranges of ethics, but are they correct. Can you accept change, cause your...
References: Childers, David; Marks, Norman (Oct 2005), Ethics as a Strategy vol. 62 issue 5, p31-38, 3p) from UOP Library on the World Wide Web: at
Dr. Paul, Richard; Dr. Elder, Linda (2003), Ethical Reasoning, Critical Thinking Based on the Concepts and Principles, from
Managing Ethical Risks
Marc Saner & Cornelius von Baeyer in Philosophy of Risk Newsletter , vol. 7, no. 1, February 2006.
Workplace and Policy Ethics: A Call to End the Solitudes
Marc Saner & Cornelius von Baeyer, Institute On Governance Policy Brief No. 24, October 2005.
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