Why might ethics we use to relate to each other be changing? What might account for this? Please explain in great detail so I can clearly understand what is being asked.
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1. Why might ethics we use to relate to each other be changing? What might account for this? Please explain in great detail so I can clearly understand what is being asked.
The changing face of ethics in management and in how we relate to one another in the workplace is historically rooted. With the increase in corruption and corporate scandals (e.g., Enron, WorldCom, etc.) that destroy nations and corporations, research and surveys have uncovered some of the keys variables, and the solution lies mainly in acting in a more ethical manner. Research suggests that bad ethics destroys countries and corporations leading to a changing view of ethics in how we relate to each other. Corporate scandals also brought corporations under both intense legal and public scrutiny, demanding more ethical practices towards all stakeholders through notions of transparency and publishing financial statements and the likes (HIPPA, 1996; SOX, 2002). The recent focus of corruption in terms of ...
This solution examines why ethics that is used to relate to each other might be changing and what might account for this.