Human Resource Management Ethics: Perspectives For a New Millennium / Edition 1

Human Resource Management Ethics: Perspectives For a New Millennium / Edition 1

by Linda Gravett
     
 


HRM Ethics: Perspectives For a New Millennium identifies the critical ethical issues that Human Resource professionals may face in the first decade of the 21st Century. Gravett describes what an ethical organization looks like; outlines the indicators of a weak ethics system and the resulting damage to productivity and profitability; and explains the Human… See more details below

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HRM Ethics: Perspectives For a New Millennium identifies the critical ethical issues that Human Resource professionals may face in the first decade of the 21st Century. Gravett describes what an ethical organization looks like; outlines the indicators of a weak ethics system and the resulting damage to productivity and profitability; and explains the Human Resource professional's unique role in building an ethical organization. This text also contains real-world scenarios and potential options to ethically handle common Human Resource Management dilemmas based on interviews with Human Resource practitioners across the United States. Targeted for the graduate-level Human Resources student. It can supplement the survey course in Human Resource Management, or serve as a core text for an Ethics in HRM course.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781931442589
Publisher:
Cengage Learning
Publication date:
03/01/2003
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
195
Product dimensions:
5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.50(d)

Table of Contents


Chapter 1 - Introduction 1-1Introduction Chapter 2 - What an "Ethical Organization" Looks Like 2-1"Scapegoating" 2-2 Abdicating Responsibility 2-3Overpromising 2-4"Turf Guarding" 2-5 Underachieving 2-6 Three Ethics Tests for Individuals Chapter 3 - Ethical Dilemma #1: An Intervention with a Manager Who Is Related to the CEO 3-1Breakdown by Total 3-2Breakdown by Race and Ethnicity 3-3Breakdown by Gender 3-4Breakdown by Age and Number of Years in Human Resources 3-5Breakdown by Organization-Level Characteristics Chapter 4 - Ethical Dilemma #2: A Supervisor Has HIV and Is a Gay-Rights Activist-Who Has a Right to Know? 4-1Breakdown by Total 4-2Breakdown by Race and Ethnicity 4-3Breakdown by Gender 4-4Breakdown by Number of Years in Human Resources 4-5Breakdown by Age 4-6Breakdown by Organization Type 4-7Breakdown by Organization Size Chapter 5 - Ethical Dilemma #3: To Explore or Not to Explore a Rumor-That Is the Question 5-1Breakdown by Total 5-2Breakdown by Race and Ethnicity 5-3Breakdown by Gender 5-4Breakdown by the Number of Years in Human Resources and Age 5-5Breakdown by Organization Type 5-6Breakdown by Organization Size Chapter 6 - Ethical Dilemma #4: The Boss Wants to Replace Employees with Robots-Should Human Resources Intervene? 6-1Breakdown by Total 6-2Breakdown by Race and Ethnicity 6-3Breakdown by Number of Years in Human Resources 6-4Breakdown by Age 6-5Breakdown by Gender 6-6Breakdown by Organization Type 6-7Breakdown by Organization Size Chapter 7 - Ethical Dilemma #5: How Much "Truth" Should Recruiters Disclose to Applicants? 7-1Breakdown by Total 7-2Breakdown by Race and Ethnicity 7-3Breakdown by Gender 7-4Breakdown by Number of Years in Human Resources and Age 7-5Breakdown by Organization Type 7-6Breakdown by Organization Size Chapter 8 - Ethical Dilemma #6: Monitoring Technology for Telecommuters Is Available, But Should It Be Used? 8-1Breakdown by Total 8-2Breakdown by Race and Ethnicity 8-3Breakdown by Gender 8-4Breakdown by Number of Years in Human Resources and Age 8-5Breakdown by Organization Type 8-6Breakdown by Organization Size Chapter 9 - Ethical Dilemma #7: Can Human Resources Allow Self-Directed Teams to Really be Self-Directed? 9-1Breakdown by Total 9-2Breakdown by Gender 9-3Breakdown by Race and Ethnicity 9-4Breakdown by Number of Years in Human Resources and Age 9-5Breakdown by Organization Type 9-6Breakdown by Organization Size Chapter 10 - The Human Resource Professional''s Role in Building an Ethical Organization 10-1Core Values 10-2Mutual Trust and Respect 10-3Clear Expectations 10-4Open Communications 10-5Ongoing Education 10-6So What Does This Mean to Me-The Human Resource Practitioner? Appendixes Appendix A - Ethical Dilemmas of 21st Century Human Resource Professionals-Survey of Current Practices A-1Part I-Demographic Information A-2Part II-Scenarios Appendix B - Examples of Codes of Ethics B-1CDS Engineers B-2Clopay Corporation B-3Cintas

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