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Organizational Ethics and Social Responsibility: Whistle Blowing

1.) How might a small business owner, whose business has grown from an owner and an operator to employing 12 people over several years, create the organizational culture and organizational values of the business. Consider that the same business has grown to employ 100 or more people over several more years. How might the aaproach to organizational culture and values change depending on the size of the organization?

2.) What is whistle-blowing? Under what circumstances might an employee blow the whistle on his or her employer? If you witnesess something that you perceive illegal or unethical, under what circumstances are you required, encouraged, or prohibited from reporting the incident? If youy were to report something, what are the steps or processes you would follow to report the incident?

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1. Organizational culture typically is started by the head of the company where the CEO or Owner sets the example for the organization. In a company that employs 12 people over several years, the business needs to come up with a basic mission and vision statement and ensure that the culture fits the vision of the company. The owner needs to be sure that the higher level employees (as well as lower level employees) fit the culture ...

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The organizational ethics and social responsibility is examined. The concepts of Whistle Blowing is examined.