Ethics involves moral issues and choices, and influences daily decisions made by individuals and organizations. Following are the three ethical issues faced by most of organizations.
An individual’s emotions and inner feelings may sometimes stop them from making any ethical decision. If the circumstances seems justified, the managers can think at ease when coming to a conclusion with regards to an ethical issue. “It is illegal to show favoritism against any individual when recruiting, hiring and promotion, transfer, work assignments, performance measurement, the work environment, job training, discipline and discharge, wages and benefits, or any other term, condition, or privilege of employment” (The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, 2008). To do unjustice makes the decision of hiring based on race harder for managers to make.
Managers must put personal feeling aside. They need to consider others. They must not forget that their decision is not supposed to hurt anyone. They need to consider the well-being of their organization. If the company or anyone is being hurt by their decision, they will need to think again about their decision. To hire employees because of particular color or race hurts company and people more than it facilitates. Hiring decision should not be based on an individual’s skin color, religion, race or sex. (Jones, 375) Rather, it must take into consideration an individual’s qualification, performance, experience and skills. It is must for Managers to have confidence while taking decisions and stick by their decisions. After the issue of hiring has been evaluated involving all personal perspectives and beliefs, the manager must move on and come up with a decision to the issue. This may appear as the ultimate step in the process of ethical issues resolution. Diversity at the place of work is valuable for an organization.
Excessive executive bonuses have become an