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Professional guidelines in I/O psychology case

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Propose a plan for revising the ethical standards to resolve the issue for the company. Address how the plan affects employees and management.

o Include prescriptive and psychological approaches.

o The plan must include implementation, communication of the standards, and measurements of short- and long-term compliance.

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o Include prescriptive and psychological approaches.

Any company that has business practices which violate trust of its loyal customers engages in environmentally harmful practices of producing and serving its products and ignores consistent fairness towards its employees as well as maintains a fake image is an unethical organization or business.

There are many psychological and prescriptive approaches which can help monitor such an organization's practices and keep its practices in check. Awareness in consumers is one way through which the organization can be held accountable for its practices. If Starbucks ...

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Prescriptive and psychological approaches for solving organizational issues

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