Validating unethical behaviors

A recent study by Banerjee, Cronan and Jones (1998) proposed and tested an information technology (IT) ethics model.They found that personal normative beliefs, organizational ethical climate, and organization-scenario were significant indicators of ethical behavioral intention.Thus, when employees reach that time of day and get tired, they are more likely to slip up, which can potentially lead to huge compliance problems in the long run.When you measure behavior, behavior usually improves.

Further research was suggested and recommended, among other things, replications with different samples.We all know the value of a good diet, but we all feel the desire to satisfy our sweet tooth. This new study shows that everyone has a time of day during which they work better and are able to make more ethical decisions, but there is also a time in the day when the body is more susceptible to engage in unethical behaviors.For example, a morning person would be more likely to be unethical at night.The following characterizes the impact of ethical choices (good and bad) on the lives of two high school friends that led to considerable turmoil for both of their lives.One would be dead months after being terminated by their employer after alleged discrepancies in expense reimbursement requests were discovered.

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