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Human resource management ethics

Contributor(s): Deckop, John R [Editor].
Series: Ethics in Practice. Publisher: Greenwich Information Age Publishing 2006Description: x, 306 p.ISBN: 9781593115272.Subject(s): Personnel management - Moral and ethical aspects | Organisational Behaviour - Moral and ethical aspects | Organizational JusticeDDC classification: 174.4 Summary: 0RM ethics is a root cause of many important problems in business ethics, and may represent the solution to even more. This volume defines, analyzes, and proposes solutions to ethical problems related to both the executive levels of the organization, and the organization as a whole. This book contains a fascinating range of scholarship from highly regarded authors. Macro and micro perspectives are presented, including perspectives from psychology, social psychology, organizational behavior, strategy, law, spirituality, critical studies, public/nonprofit management, and a variety of functional areas within the field of HRM.
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0RM ethics is a root cause of many important problems in business ethics, and may represent the solution to even more. This volume defines, analyzes, and proposes solutions to ethical problems related to both the executive levels of the organization, and the organization as a whole. This book contains a fascinating range of scholarship from highly regarded authors. Macro and micro perspectives are presented, including perspectives from psychology, social psychology, organizational behavior, strategy, law, spirituality, critical studies, public/nonprofit management, and a variety of functional areas within the field of HRM.

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