Ethics and an expanded psychological contract

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Title Ethics and an expanded psychological contract
Author O'Donohue, Wayne; Nelson, Lindsay
Publication Title Proceedings of the BAM2008 Conference
Editor 2008 BAM Organizing Committee
Year Published 2008
Place of publication United kingdom
Publisher British Academy of Management
Abstract Concerned about redressing negative impacts on their communities, many people are seeking improved social, environmental and ethical outcomes from organisations. Social values and beliefs systems are playing an increasingly influential role in shaping the attitudes and behaviour of individuals and organizations towards the employment relationship. Many individuals seek a broader meaning in their work that will let them feel that they are contributing to the broader community. For many organisations, a willingness to behave ethically, and assume responsibility for social and environmental consequences of their activities, has become essential to maintaining their 'licence to operate'. The appearance of these trends in individual and organizational behaviour towards outcomes that are more explicitly congruent with ethical and social values has significant implications for understanding the psychological contracts being created today. In this paper, we propose and discuss a model of the role of ethical values as an influence on the psychological contract.
Peer Reviewed Yes
Published Yes
Publisher URI http://www.bam.ac.uk/
Copyright Statement Copyright 2008 British Academy of Management (BAM). The attached file is reproduced here in accordance with the copyright policy of the publisher. Please refer to the conference's website for access to the definitive, published version.
ISBN 0-9549608-4-X
Conference name 2008 BAM Conference : the academy goes relevant
Location Harrogate, United kingdom
Date From 2008-09-09
Date To 2008-09-11
URI http://hdl.handle.net/10072/40605
Date Accessioned 2011-02-08
Language en_AU
Research Centre Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing
Faculty Griffith Business School
Subject Human Resources Management
WWW reference www.bam.ac.uk
Publication Type Conference Publications (Full Written Paper - Refereed)
Publication Type Code e1x

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