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    For hiring in the work place please help answer:

    Describe moral and ethical issues faced by managers.

    Explain how the relationship between social issues and ethically responsible management practices relates to your topic.

    Provide a workplace example of an ethical dilemma related to your topic. What legal aspects did management face during this dilemma? What legalities governed or should have governed the decision

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    Hello. I provide the following to assist you.

    Describe moral and ethical issues faced by managers:

    Moral and ethical issues face managers almost on a daily basis. They have to deal with their personal morals when it comes to hiring and firing and whether or not said hiring and firing is ethical. One such time when managers face these moral and ethical issues when hiring is to ensure that they are/are not hiring someone because of their race, color, or creed. They must ensure that they are hiring the right individual for the job, setting aside any bias that they might have. Outside of the hiring and firing process, a manager must face moral and ethical issues such as bias after employees are hired, how does the manager treat one employee versus another. A manager needs to make sure they treat each employee the right way. They face issues concerning hours that employees work, the actual work environment that the employees are in. A manger needs to ensure that they are ethically meeting all the needs of his/her employees.

    Explain how the relationship between social issues and ethically responsible management practices relates to your topic:

    The relationship between social issues and ethically responsible management practices relate to this topic as sometimes, managers just follow the social norm as opposed to doing what they feel may be ethical. In today's society, many times people let employees get by with so much that used to be taboo. It is common in many industries for employees to be rude to clients and customers and tend to get away with it. Many years ago, ...

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    This solution provides an explanation of ethical issues that managers face and the relationship between social issues and ethical responsibility.

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