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- How can an organizational culture influence the creation of ethical and potentially unethical polices?
- What could be some recommended solutions to a liberty issue created by a smoking policy using the ethical decision making model.

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Ethical or unethical policies are created by the management of the company. The management also creates company culture. Company culture refers to company's values, norms, vision, systems, symbols, beliefs, and habits. If the culture encourages the formation of unethical policies, unethical policies will be created. Culture determines what people feel, think, and believe in a company. For example, if the organizational culture gives very high importance to ...

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