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Purpose – Human resource professionals (HRPs) remain challenged by ethical conundrums in the workplace. Business leaders are asked to respond to demands for efficiency in an environment of distrust or skepticism amongst employees and customers. HRPs who understand ethical decision-making as well as ethical perspectives and implications of actions within the organization can create value within their organizations. The purpose of this paper is to discuss the five ethical content issues of Hosmer’s (1987) model related to the twenty-first century human resource management (HRM) themes. Design/methodology/approach – As a result of a syntheses of leadership and HRM philosophies over several decades, six propositions associated with the content issues are suggested. Findings – HRPs are well-positioned to encourage ethical and moral decision-making within their organizations when they are able to contribute to creation of a culture that honors duties to stakeholders and supports organizational success. Originality/value – The existence of synthesized analysis regarding organizational leaders, human resource managers, ethics and culture to build organizational success is limited. Thus, this paper highlights a need for organizations and for HRPs to dedicate policies and implement practices which can support ethical sustenance in today’s organizations.
Ethical challenges have persisted for decades and continue to present leaders, boards, commissions, and HRPs with operational and moral conundrums. The global marketplace has created an environment of change which requires leaders to consider more than their immediate service delivery needs and current constituents. Financial constraints and legal considerations must be balanced with support of the organization’s strategic initiatives while considering social and personal obligations and duties. Today’s HRPs are well-positioned to encourage ethical and moral decision-making when they are able to demonstrate that creating a culture that honors duties to employees and stakeholders actually facilitates the achievement of organizational goals. When organization leaders, boards, commissions, and HRPs integrate ethical decision-making into practice, their organizations are positioned to create added value and optimize wealth creation while delivering quality services efficiently and effectively