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What types of processes/procedures need to be included in the overall operations management processes to ensure ethical behavior?
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600+ words explain numerous processes that can be put in place by management to ensure ethical operations take place.
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Responsibilities to the Field
Ethical behavior includes engaging in the spirit of teamwork; exhibiting respect for the colleagues, faculty etc. participating in those activities that are in the best interest of the organization; avoiding real and perceived conflicts of interest; monitoring and sharing information regarding use of gift funds; and holding personal and financial information in accordance with administrative policy, federal and state law, as well as sound relations practices. Honesty is the essential quality
Benefits of Managing Ethics in the Workplace
Many people are used to reading or hearing of the moral benefits of attention to business ethics. However, there are other types of benefits, as well. The following list describes various types of benefits from managing ethics in the workplace.
1. Attention to business ethics has substantially improved society. A matter of decades ago, children in our country worked 16-hour days. Workers' limbs were torn off ...
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