Importance Of Ethics In An Organization

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The Importance of Values and Ethics in an Organization

Diana Marrey D. Tenorio

BA 1002 Management Principles
University of Southeastern Philippines

Executive Summary:

Work ethics and working culture are standards or values that are based around honesty, faithfulness and honor. Work ethics is thought to benefit a person morally. It can include having great social skills, being reliable and resourceful wherever and whenever needed. Ethics refers to the standards of the right and wrong that prescribe what humans are supposed to do, in terms of rights, obligations, benefits to society, fairness, or specific virtues. It breaks down to what one does or would do in a particular situation. The question in a situation involves what is right and acceptable versus what is wrong. Conflicts in the work of public officers are connected with the negative appearance due to its negative impact on the person himself and the people around - customers, colleagues. It also has a negative impact on the efficiency of work, communication, working atmosphere.

Alejandro Russell stated in an article that he wrote for linkedin.com entitled “The Benefits and Importance of Ethics in the Workplace that the Ethics Resource Center reported that non-unionized employees perceive stronger ethical cultures within their organizations than their unionized counterparts. The non-profit organization also reports that young workers are more likely to perceive weak ethical cultures within their companies

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