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Please read and explain the following journal articles and HRM challenges. Based on information in the articles, give a brief explanation about these challenges.


Creating and Sustaining an Ethical Workplace Culture
The Values ---> Attitude ---> Behavior Chain
By Charles D. Kerns, PhD, MBA
2003 Volume 6 Issue 3

Website: http://www.strategichrinc.com/articles/art_outsource.htm
To Outsource or Not? That Is the Question!
by Robin Throckmorton, M.A., SPHR.

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Journal 1 Article: Creating and Sustaining an Ethical Workplace Culture
There are cultures in every organization. Human Resources hires according to those cultures. The challenges in hiring the right people for the culture are many. The values that align with creating and sustaining an ethical workplace culture come from the values that employees have. These influence the behaviors within the organization. Human Resource's biggest challenge is being able to see the values they are looking for in applicants in a short amount of time. There has to be hiring procedures in place that will give an overall view into the applicant being considered for the job. The six values listed in the article are the key ones that lead to ethical behavior in the workplace.
Managers need to balance the values and make sure the ethical workplace culture stays intact. It is HRM's responsibility to oversee that this happens. The formula explained in the article shows that human resources has a major job in keeping the entire workforce ...

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The solution covers the challenges involved in HR and analyzes the two articles explaining what those challenges are. The two articles are "Creating and Sustaining an Ethical Workplace Culture" and "To Outsource or Not?" That is the question.

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