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A new team of management has taken over. As a result, organizational changes from a country-club style leadership where everyone does whatever they want has changed to a more mechanistic, structured, top-down management style. What ethical issues should the employees consider and how should they go about addressing these?
The ethical issues that arise when it is a top-down management style is important. At this point, management can do whatever it is they want, which can hurt the workplace in general. Productivity will decrease, and the turnover rate will too. Bankruptcy is likely to occur or diminished revenue if this keeps up. Yes, structure is good for the employee; however, the individual needs to know they are appreciated. People are bound to rebel because of a lack of ...
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