Citing examples where appropriate, describe the indicators which show whether a manager is behaving ethically or not.

i. Individual rights of the subordinates which must be upheld at all times.
ii. Distributive justice-the decisions and actions of managers must be seen as fair everyone in the organization
iii. Internal policies of the organization-these must be upheld all managers in the organization/entity
iv. Utilitarian outcome-the outcomes of managers decisions and actions if favourable is a sign of ethical behaviour to a certain extent only.
v. Personality-a function of inner feelings (deed, ego, superego)
vi. Individual’s own behaviour-certain aspects of individual behaviour may be very difficult to change/shape.

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