To increase diversity, it is often legal to consider race or gender as a factor in selecting employees. Although legal, do you think it is ethical that race or gender be a factor in making an employment decision? How much of a role should it play?
Is it ethical to hire a person with a lower test score because he or she seems to be a better personality fit for an organization?
If an I/O psychologist is employed by a company that appears to be discriminating against Hispanic people, is it ethical for her to stay with the company? What ethical obligations does she have?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 6:36 am ad1c9bdddf
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Terpstra, D. E. (1997). Recommendations for research on the effects of organizational diversity on women. Journal Of Business And Psychology, 11(4), 485-492. doi:10.1007/BF02195893
Ng, E. W., & Sears, G. J. (2010). The effect of adverse impact in selection practices on organizational diversity: A field study. The International Journal Of Human Resource Management, 21(9), 1454-1471. doi:10.1080/09585192.2010.488448
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Diversity efforts focused on ethics is examined.
Ethics, Diversity, and Social Responsibility
•What impact, if any, has the diversity of Johnson & Johnson's stakeholders had on Johnson & Johnson's operations and decision making?
•Which of following is more compatible with the Johnson & Johnson credo: 1) a short-term focus on profit, or 2) a long-term focus on profit?
•Does their credo need to be changed now, or do you see it needing to evolve over time? Why?
•Have the ethics of Johnson & Johnson's managers positively impacted their shareholders and society in general?View Full Posting Details