Employees often need to make various moral decisions in the workplace. While many of these workplace decisions have to be made depending on moral obligations, some morally supportable decisions may require courage and need to be performed beyond the generally accepted norms.
While discussing workplace ethics, six predominant subjects are of primary importance. These are −
● Obligations to the firm
● Abuse of one’s position
● Bribery and kickbacks
● The obligations to third parties
● Employee’s self-interest