PHL 323 Week 5 DQ 1.doc
PHL 323 Week 5 DQ 1.doc PRG211
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Organizations establish ethics programs to reduce the possibility of unethical behaviors and to protect the interest of all stakeholders. Which of the following exist in your organization: mission or values statement, policy manual, code of conduct, ethics training (who conducts it), and hotline? Are they consistent and credible? Is senior management committed to ethics? How do you know? What could they do differently or better? My organization clearly defines all the examples listed. The company has a long history rooted in family values. The mission statement and values statement can be easily found on the company website and in employee handbooks. The employee handbook is available in print and via the company website. Our facility does have an employee hotline for whistleblowers or concerned employees. Training is conducted by a specialized management groups. Most training consists of video and computer based learning. The company is in the process of launching an interactive website for employees only that will be used for training purposes. Employees will be required to participate in some training but have the ability to voluntarily learn other areas. I believe management is 100% committed to maintaining a superior ethics program. The company has pictures, slogans, and encouraging words throughout our facility. Over the last couple years the CEO has produced videos and held quarterly meetings with all employees concerning the economic hardship. The company has remained open and honest about all operations within the company. To date, the company has yet to layoff any employees.
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