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MGMT 3080 Prof Puranik Week 8 Notes

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MGMT 3080 Prof Puranik Week 8 Notes MGMT3080

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This section of notes covers the topics of ethics within and organization, along with organizational justice.
Harshad Girish Puranik
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Brady Zuver on Wednesday October 12, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to MGMT3080 at University of Cincinnati taught by Harshad Girish Puranik in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 3 views.


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Date Created: 10/12/16
MGMT 3080 Prof Puranik Week 8 Notes Organizational Justice 1. Justice: Perceived fairness of an authorities’ decision making in terms of its outcomes and processes a. Acts as behavioral evidence for trustworthiness of authority 2. Dimensions of Justice a. Distributive Justice i. Perceived fairness of decision-making outcomes ii. Equity: Outcome given in proportion to input 1. Fairest choice where individual productivity is boosted iii. Equality: Same outcome to all 1. Fairer in team-based harmony & solidarity iv. Need-Based: Outcome distributed based on need 1. May seem fairer when welfare of employee is critical b. Procedural Justice i. Perceived fairness of decision-making process 1. Procedural and distributive justice together influence the justice perceptions of an employee 2. Procedural justice is in fact a stronger driver of reactions to injustice a. More people focus on the process by which the outcome is distributed b. c. Interpersonal Justice i. Perceived fairness of treatment received from managers or organizations 1. Respect: Employees being treated in a dignified and sincere manner 2. Propriety: Absence of improper or offensive remarks 3. Abusive Supervision: sustained display of hostile verbal & non-verbal behaviors, excluding physical contact d. Informational Justice i. Perceived fairness of communications provided by managers or organizations 1. Justification: decision-making process explained in comprehensive and reasonable manner 2. Truthfulness: communications in organizations should be honest and candid Ethics 1. Unethical behaviors - Behaviors that clearly violate the norms of morality a. Behaviors can be directed at: i. Employees via Discrimination; Harassment; Health & safety violations; Ignoring labor laws ii. Customers via Contract violation; False advertising; Invading privacy; Fabricating test results iii. Financiers via Insider trading; False financial info; Misuse of confidential data iv. Society via Environmental violation; Exposing people to safety hazards; Dealing with unethical third parties b. Components of Decision-Making Model i. Moral Awareness: When an authority recognizes that a moral issue exists in a situation or that an ethical code or principle is relevant to the circumstance 1. Moral Intensity: captures the degree to which an issue has ethical urgency 2. Moral Attentiveness: captures the degree to which a person is predisposed to consider issues of morality during any experience that he/she has ii. Moral Judgement: Determine whether a given course of action is right or wrong 1. Kohlberg’s theory of cognitive moral development a. argues that as people age and mature, they develop more mature and sophisticated sense of morality iii. Moral Intent: After deciding on what is the correct course of action, the next step is for the authority to want to act ethically iv. Ethical Behavior: Involves the actual ethical behavior in accordance with your moral judgement 1. People with stronger moral identity tend to stand their ground and take the right course of action


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