The Role of Ethics and Justice in Organizational Contexts
The link between psychological and philosophical theories of ethics and justice, and their respective roles to organizational effectiveness and employee well-being.
# 4551 | 5,130 words | 23 sources | MLA | 2002 |
Published on Feb 12, 2003 in Business (Companies) , Business (Administration) , Psychology (Social) , Business (Management) , Ethics (General)
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This paper examines the ethics and ideals of justice that predict organizational success and employee well-being. The author examines the various theories of ethics and justice and how they relate to industrial psychology in the workplace.
From the Paper:"The following essay will critically evaluate the role that theories of ethics and justice can play in facilitating organizational effectiveness and employee well-being. In doing this, the essay will demonstrate that theories of ethics and justice have long and complicated historical and philosophical roots. Due to space constraints, only the philosophical ethical theories of utilitarianism, and Kant's Categorical Imperative, and people as ends in themselves will be examined in this essay. In terms of justice, social contract theory, in the form of John Rawls' veil of ignorance will be examined."
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