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What is morality? How does an employee's morality relate to making ethical decisions in the workplace?
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Morality is society's highest accepted standards of behavior. Moral standards guide behaviors of the most serious consequence to society's well-being, such as murder, lying, and slander. Authoritative bodies like legislatures cannot change what morality means. Moral judgments also trigger strong emotions. Violating moral standards may therefore make someone feel ashamed or remorseful. The most powerful morality comes from within. Because people bring to their jobs their own ideas of what is morally right and wrong, each individual must shoulder much of the credit (or blame) for ethical choices. Research indicates that personal inclinations more strongly affect decisions than do environmental pressures or organizational characteristics.
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