Hrm Ethics: Perspectives for a New Millennium

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Atomic Dog Pub., 2003 - Personnel management - 206 pages
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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.

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What an Ethical Organization Looks Like
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