applied psych.

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  1. organizational actions and policies that serve to improve in an ethical manner
    • 1. economic performance
    • 2. social actions
    • 3. environmental performance
    • -eastern
    • -western
  2. Organizational responsibility is necessary due to:
    • env. constant change
    • instant information availability
    • web like structures
  3. OR - benefits
    • increased customer supprt
    • trust increases asOR increases
    • OR firms produce more
    • revenue increases
  4. To ensure OR benefits occur, many firms institute:
    • Chief responsibility officers (CRO) and compliance dept. or
    • Chief ethics officers and internal audit dept.
  5. OR: implementation and HRM practice
    6 steps
    • 1. articulate OR vision and values
    • 2. identify, prioritize expectations
    • develop OR initiatives
    • train employees to exhibit OR
    • 5. institutionalize strategic responsibility management
    • monitor and report SRM
  6. What is meant by ethics?
    conforming to moral standasrds or to professional conduct standards
  7. Privacy-
    controlling use of personal information, freedom to act in manner free of regulation or surveillance
  8. Confidentiality
    info. not disclosed to others, as result law, rules, professional or scientific relationship
  9. Ethical Choice-
    decision based on risk and gain to everyone involved, decision made openly and mutually, considering own and interests of others
  10. Validity
    within the contect, justification for use and interpretation of assessment instrument
  11. ethics and hrm
    particular sensitivities
    • employee privacy
    • testing and evaluation
    • hrm research
  12. Safeguarding employee privacy
    • set up guidelines
    • notify emp. of guidelines
    • know state and federal privacy laws
    • establish policy preventing employees from waiving their rights to privacy
    • state consequences for policy violations
    • allow emp. to authorize info. disclosure and maintenance
  13. HR and fair info. practice
    Articulate, communicate, implement
    • 1. limit info.
    • 2. inform emp.
    • 3. adopt procedures
    • 4. allow viewing, corrections
    • 5. limit internal use of info.
    • 6. limit external disclosures
    • 7. review compliance procedures
  14. employee physical privacy guidelines
    • 1. searches only for business safety
    • 2. avoid random searches
    • 3. include all types of searches
    • 4. avoid adequate notice
    • 5.dont touch the emp. while searching or limit to "effects" (pockets)
    • 6. have witnesses
    • 7. conduct search respefully
  15. An ethical person profile
    • 1. member of a complaint sensitive org.
    • 2. hold professional position
    • 3. positive about their work
    • 4. have tenure
    • 5. recognized for good performance
    • 6. females tend to behave ethically, males will stand up for ethics
    • 7. member large work group
  16. ethics of participant protetion
    • right to informed consent
    • right toprivacy
    • right to confidentiality
    • right to protection from deception
    • right to debriefing
  17. ethic strategies for organizational research
    • role ambiguity
    • role conflict
    • abiguous and or conflicting norms
  18. role ambiguity
    no being sure of role
  19. role conflict
    performing one role can hinder completing additional role

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