How do you perceive the role of a business/ organisational manager, ie what things does a manager need to do and what resources do they draw upon? Submit your answer for assessment. 3. Organisations and the individuals within them should consistently demonstrate ethical behaviours. What does this mean and how can you, as a leader, promote ethical workplace behaviours?
When it comes to organizational culture affects the way workers respond and react when positioned in ethical problems Organization’s culture can disclose the unwritten ethical standards that guide workers in their decision-making. Some companies can prevent unsafe ethical behavior by changing their organizational culture. Organizational culture is the study of the attitudes, beliefs and psychology within an organization. It not only includes how workers act together, but also how they connect with others outside of the organization. Ethical standards are the code of conduct required by the organization for workers to follow.
Now it is time to discuss the purpose for AICPA’s code, why it is considered the foundation of ethical reasoning, and its most important purposes. The purpose of the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct is to, “represent the expectations for CPAs on the part of the public in performance of professional services,” (Mintz, S. & Morris, R. 2011. p. 14). Currently the majority of CPAs belong to the AICPA; so the fact that the code of professional conduct has been established and accepted by the members themselves, it is considered as the foundation of ethical reasoning in accounting. Principles of the Code reflect the member’s recognition and understanding of its responsibilities to the public, clients and other CPAs. They are used to keep members focused on
| ETHICS GAME STIMULATION | | | | * Ethics Game Stimulation The ethics game stimulation was very reflective and gave me a lot of knowledge as to how ethics can play an important part of a critical business decision. As the quality controls manager of G-Bio Sports I had to make ethical decisions on two issues which I will be discussing in this journal. I will also include the decision making steps I took to ethically address the issues. As well as the lenses I used to make my decisions and how the decisions influenced my management. To conclude the journal I will explain how I will use the concepts from this stimulation in my own workplace.
D1). Evaluate the impact of the business’s ethical behaviour on its stakeholders and the business, what impact would they have on your business? Support with evidence of research. Ethnical organisations like Body shop have a code of conduct that they follow and applies mainly to their employees and suppliers. For example it states for the suppliers that “Employment is freely chosen”, “Working conditions are safe and hygienic” These principles are intended to guide your decision-making and workplace behaviour.
Business ethics is the guiding principles on what is the “right” or appropriate way to behave in a situation (Jones & George, 2008). Many companies have code of ethics in their employee hand book that guide the employees about the ethical behavior and inform them about the ethical misconducts in the workplace. Even some organizations have ethical program training to train the employees to how to address and handle ethical issues in their daily tasks. But not all the employees have high commitment in ethical standards of the company, especially when they want to
Personal Ethics Development University of Phoenix PHL323 July 25, 2013 Personal Ethics Development In this assignment I will examine my personal ethical system and ground rules including where they originated from. Also I will identify my personal ethical system and discuss the events that helped shape my ethics. Last, I will discuss how my ethical system has an effect in my workplace. First, I will define what “ethics” is. According to Dictionary.com (2013), “Ethics is a system of moral principles; the rules of conduct recognized in respect to a particular class of human actions or a particular group or culture; moral principles, as of an individual; or that branch of philosophy dealing with values relating to human conduct, with respect to the rightness and wrongness of certain actions and badness of the motives and ends of such actions.” There are factors that contribute to the development of personal ethics.
Ethics Game Reflection Garry Frazier ETH/316 September 19, 2012 Jeffrey Wisdom Ethics Game Reflection Recently two ethical games were played for the purpose of helping the modern employee recognize certain criteria’s in making ethical decision in the workplace. Examples of these criteria’s are identifying the issues, the steps that were taking when addressing those issues, what perspectives did the person use when making the decision, how did the steps influence the final decision, and finally can the concepts from a hypothetical simulation get applied to everyday work life in reality. The first simulation was called the Mysterious Roses, and from the exercise along with skimming the text, the understanding is that an employee has a dilemma, on whether or not to
Workplace Diversity Jazmine Thomas Post University Workplace Diversity 1. Describe an approach to a business diversity program that would be pragmatic and ethical. Most business people would want to be both pragmatic and ethical. Pragmatic ethics is a theory of normative philosophical ethics. Ethical pragmatists think that norms, principles, and moral criteria are likely to be improved as a result of inquiry.
- The HRM manager could have done the following: a) Resolve the issue on unwritten code of ethics and rules by providing a legal written code and contract of work for employees. b) There must be proper and formal dissemination of information and/or consultation in every decision made upon by the administration. c) Make evaluation tools to assess the factors on labor-management relations of the company through behavior and performance of both working and administrative personnel. d) There must be transparency on promotion or movement of employees and provide opportunities for each employee to be promoted. e) Motivate workers for better productivity by letting them involve in decision-making, providing them opportunities for personal and professional growth and greater job freedom and discretion.