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Unethical behavior in organisations

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Jessie Wang

on 3 April 2014

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Transcript of Unethical behavior in organisations

Organizational and Industry Culture
Gain
Personality
Competition
Unethical Behavior In Organizations
Thank you!
Structure
Definition
what is ethics?

Consequences

Gain
Strong organizational identification
Personality
Role conflict
Competition
Organizational and industry culture

Causes of Unethical Behavior
The causes of unethical behavior include:

What are the causes of unethical behavior ?

Strong Organizational Identification
Strong with their organization seeing their membership as an integral part of their identity

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Definition
Causes & Examples
Discussion
Consequences
Ethics:
Systematic thinking about the moral consequences of decisions

Role Conflict
The anticipation of healthy
reinforcement for following unethical course of action

Compensation systems designed around very high bonuses
The role of temptation
Ethical dilemmas are actually forms of role conflict
“Bureaucratic” role as an organizational employee
Stiff competition for scarce resources
Strong temptation to make unethical decisions

Cynical and those with external locus of control are less tuned in to ethical matters
Personal power
Strong economic values
Ethic can be influenced by organisation's culture
Corporate codes of conduct
Reference
management book
image:google
example: http://smallbusiness.chron.com/examples-unethical-behavior-workplace-10092.html
http://smallbusiness.chron.com/examples-unethical-behavior-organization-13629.html
consequences: http://cogentys.com/2013/09/effects-of-unethical-behavior-in-the-workplace/

The incurred of legal issues
Lowered,damaged or disavowed company or organizational credibility
Damaged relationships between management and employees
Lowered employee performance and productivity
Discussion

personality
organisational culture
personality
organisation identification
organisational culture

Gain
Personality

Gain

Role conflict

Role conflict
example

sometimes lead them to engage in unethical activities to "help" erring the organization
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