It is true that in any organization, there are people of different age, sex, profession, as well as ranks. These have to relate well with each other in order to make sure that the operations of the organization are carried out in a more effective and efficient manner. This paper will look at the effectiveness of good moral behavior in an organization and the effects of bad behavior among the employees at the same.
Garry and Saks (2010) argue that for the success of any set of organization to be guaranteed, the behavior of the employees is a key aspect to consider. They define the key codes of conduct while at work regarding the dressing code, the interpersonal relations, and effective and efficient communication between various individuals within the organization (Garry & Saks, 2010). It is true that for every organization, there is a defined code of dressing suitable for it, for instance in an office environment, one is supposed to dress in a manner that will be respectful to those with whom he or she relates. Dressing code should always be dictated within the organization by the organizational management. The organizational management should ensure that everyone within the organization portrays a good image of the company.
A strong and respectful interpersonal relation within the organisation is equally important, as this will ensure that good and effective communication is ensured among the various members of the organization. Respect must always be observed and accorded to the respective persons according to their ranks, age, and learning and their personalities. Besides, efficient ruling from the higher ranks must be considered. An organization that is full of dictatorship will have many of her employees quit their jobs and therefore. One of the fundamental principles of effective management calls for satisfaction of employees interests within an