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24 August, 13:22

What is organizational ethics? A. An understanding of whether a particular action in the workplace is legal or illegal B. Right or wrong, acceptable or unacceptable conduct in an organizational environment C. Corporate policies and procedures that are used to detect and analyze ethical risk D. A moral code developed through interactions with family, friends, and society E. Gray areas within the workplace that do not have a right or wrong answer

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  1. 24 August, 14:32
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    B. Right or wrong, acceptable or unacceptable conduct in an organizational environment

    Explanation:

    Organizational ethics refer to the minimum standards and principles which organization employees and management are expected to adhere to as they go about their day to day business functions. Staff that do not adhere to the set organizational ethics may be subject to disciplinary action.

    Organizational ethics are usually set out in the organization's code of conduct.
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