Ethical leadership is related to employee job satisfaction by impacting a positive influence on employee performance (Resick et al., 2011). The ethical leadership also found to increase the intrinsic motivation and job responses (Piccolo, et al., 2010). The willingness of the employee to report any concern and problem also depends on the organization culture and leadership behavior (Brown et al., 2005). It is also studied that a leader with strong ethical traits can affect positively to task significance and autonomy of the employee job (Ruiz, Ruiz & Martinez, 2011). According to them, the followers have willingly perceived the good traits of their leaders and thus good moral, values are practiced in an organization that can shape the overall
The level of probity and integrity needs to increase inside a company, to stimulate its employees to do what is morally right and avoid misconduct. Entrepreneurs have to keep in mind that, costumers have more respect and credibility in companies that have transparency and ethical corporate behavior. Having codes of ethics and codes of conduct in a company; is also a good way to reinforce how everyone should behave and this can help
1.1 Ethic is the moral judgement of an individual about right and wrong. Behaving (ethically) in the company is a moral action where employees must decide what they think is good or wrong for the company and for themselves. It is also a way of being professional. Ethical behavior is therefore good for the company because it enable the company to attract customers, more candidates to the vacancies. It also encourages positive environment, help to build customer’s loyalty and avoid legal problems.
If the person is performing in best way then the leader offer them the certain rewards which will result in the boost up of their minds to give more fruitful results o the company. But if the person does any mistake in any task then punishment is given as per the rules. By this they will have a moral to perform any task in an efficient way without any error. This will act as warning for them and they will also avoid the errors further. Proper vision on employees is kept in order to give the useful results to the company.
An effective management of production processes requires greater collaboration and teamwork among employees in different functional groups. Besides that, to manage the existing performance of the employees and motivate them for a better performance, efficient communication practises have become more important part in all organisations. If the employees feel that the management is communicating in an efficient manner, it motivates them to perform better and develops a team spirit which is very essential for the smooth functioning of the organisation. A motivated employee is a valuable asset which delivers immense value to the organisation in maintain and strengthening its business and
Mark and Gary’s focus organization, so that they are well-rounded on making sure that the organization is achieving their goals. They show this in the way of promoting a positive relationship between trust and their organization. They allow their team, and they work together to make sure that they are in control. They illustrate that they are not only there to serve their clients but their employees to have strong internal perspective. They take the time to help to create their values and culture providing strong work ethics.
1) If you were the CEO of a company would you use a system similar to the one used by Mr. Welch? Why or why not? My answer to this question is “Yes” for most of the human resource practices followed and “No” to a few being followed. His “Hire and Fire” policy may be hard to digest but, yes, it is very much adoptable in this present business scenario because the current youngsters are too sharp, focused and are goal setters. Sentiments and business cannot go hand and hand.
In the beginning of this text I argued that ethics is very important for any leaders. Different people have different ways to think and different perspectives. Then, when they become leaders, they try their best to be a good leader. Some leaders last for long and idol by the people in their workplaces. And some are failed for many reasons.
As a responsible company, the STM aims to constantly improve its practices with respect to human resources and workplace health and safety. Life at work is strongly influenced by increasing ethnic, generational and other types of diversity. The STM recognize the richness that stems from the diversity of its employees, and from that of its customers. In order to create an inclusive working environment, free from discrimination and harassment, STM are taking a growing number of initiatives to reinforce the fact that this diversity is an undeniable asset in the daily management of the company's activities. Acting as a responsible employer also means providing safe working conditions that allow employees to perform their duties more efficiently, derive greater satisfaction from their work and reduce health-related absenteeism.
The employee commitment comes from those employees who believe that their future is tied to the future of the organizations they are working for. Those who are quite committed sacrifice their willingness and effort for the sake of the company. The more the company is dedicated to taking care of employees, the more likely that the employee will take care of its organization just like their home. Ethical culture also contributes to customer satisfaction over the given products or services that the company are holding. The company really makes the difference from its competitive environment through being the best in everything they do, so is the employee encouragement.