Working ethics: strategies for decision making and organizational responsibility
Illustrates how using ethics in decision making can improve communication, resolve disagreements, and set just standards for worker-management relations. Presents strategies for how organizations can use ethics to uncover values and beliefs, and determine whether they are acting upon just and moral decisions.
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Developing an Ethical Perspective
Discovering the Right Decision
Forging Agreements from Disagreements
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