Regular CSR reports which are relevant, honest, and correctly targeted will improve credibility with the internal and external stakeholders, and in turn helps the company to gain competitive advantage over the competitors. These reports also increase employee morale and motivation, as they gain confidence in the company and their roles which they play within the company. CSR is no longer done just for philanthropic reasons but now it is integrated with company’s main goal. The companies are undergoing through a change from simply informing the public about the activities to a more detailed and comprehensive way of engaging the stakeholders. Benefit of CSR reporting: a. Enhances Sense Of Engagement: Proper reporting of the CSR activities enhances the sense of engagement among the stakeholder of the company.
It seems as though that any person would have reason not to torture. Additionally, I think such a reason should motivate any person to abstain from torturing. However, there is the practical motivating understanding of Mackie suggesting that there are no such motivators. If so, then how could one explain the existence of objective moral values?
J. L. Mackie on his writing “The Subjectivity of Values” develops two main arguments against the objectivity of values. Mackie states, “There are no objective values” (pg.175) where he expresses his belief that there are no objective, absolute or universal moral truths and argues in favor of moral skepticism, the view that people cannot have knowledge about morality. While actions naturally can be perceived as morally good or bad, there is nothing that makes them objectively good or bad. Mackie presents two main arguments to corroborate his critique in morality. The argument from relativity in which he claims there are no objective values and the argument from queerness where objective values would be different from any other thing in the universe (pg. 174).
C say what you need to see continuing or changing (Hannah Boschen, 2015). There are advantages and disadvantages of the different methods used to provide feedback. Providing positive feedback can boost performance and encourage wanted behaviours. While promoting workplace morale through positive feedback it can be cost effective by reducing staff turnover. Praise will encourage employees to engage with management, which will increase the chances that they will share ideas and point out any problems within the
Part of a human resource leader is communication, accessibility, and empowerment of one’s employees. I feel my skills in open communication, information sharing, decision fairness, outcome concern, and credibility help in numerous ways. Furthermore, being credible and concerned about outcomes, my employees believe in my leadership and know that I have their backs. With communication and information sharing my employees know that I am accessible to talk.
LEARNER’S NAME: EMMANUEL DIBIAGWU ASSIGNMENT 2 UNDERSTAND HOW TO DEVELOP AND MAINTAIN EFFECTIVE WORKING RELATIONSHIPS 1.1 Explain the benefits of effective working relationships in developing and maintaining the team (20 marks) The benefits of effective working relationship in developing a team include the following: Improved Morale Good working relationships in teams help to improve the morale of team members. When there is effective working relationship among employees as well as managers, the employees feel that they are respected, and their voice are heard, thereby fostering an enabling workplace full of energy and overall happiness. Effective working relationship between employees enables them to support each other when improvement is called for and helps to develop their esteem.
I find this objection sound in theory but desolate in practicality because authenticity is about stepping outside one’s own bubble, engage with spontaneity and seek out an active, boundless life. The ethical appeal of authenticity is a minor hiccup; in fact, I think it suppresses the pursuit of authenticity. Since the concern is more about authenticity and society, not authenticity and the individual, it places limitations and constraints similar to those in an inauthentic life.
For example, they both believed that whatever role reason might have in explaining moral thought, an appeal to reason alone, unattended by sentiment, was inadequate. Moreover, they believed that what causes and what frustrates human happiness, what generates gratitude or resentment, and what conforms to or violates certain principles, would leave an undiscovered distinction favouring any of these facts over the others. Furthermore, they both believed that our capacity to sympathise with the sentiments of others is crucial. If that capacity for sympathy were entirely absent, so too would be moral thought and
In this scenario, the current action-plan leads to increased employees’ willingness to share their ideas, less-feared about punishment and emphasized on collective efforts for organizational performance. These perspectives clearly deal within the context of current scenario and help to improve