|Module / ECTS / Path / Specialisation||Module :Développement responsable des ressources humaines : 8 ECTS.|
|Open for visitors||yes (3 ECTS)|
|Working language :||English|
|Volume of contact hours :||20 h|
|Workload to be expected by the student :||60 h|
Track : Attendance
Having as background the organizational context and its specificities, this course focuses on the ethical questions regarding Human Resources Management inside companies. Ethics is therefore considered under its conceptual aspects as well as its practical applications on the development of Human Resources activities, as for its influence on organizational values and the well-being of the personnel.
- Examine , based on conceptual elements and their own experiences and values, real situations in which ethics and well-being at work are at stake.
- Analyze issues relating to ethics in business context.
- Formulate solutions on Human Resources Management to manage contentious circumstances related to ethics.
- Defend their positioning as managers facing situations in which ethical aspects are a source of disagreement among collaborators.
Human Resources, values and the purposes of organizations
About ethics, organizational ethics and culture
Work conditions and Well-being as bases for Ethical HRM
Ethical dimensions of managerial decision making
Ethical dilemma at the workplace
Basic knowledge regarding the definition of concepts like ethics, corporate social responsibility, moral and ethical codes, well-being, stress, socio-psychological risks, conflict management and risk prevention.
Carroll, A. B. & A. K. Buchholtz (2014), Business and society: ethics, sustainability and stakeholder management, Stamford: Cengage Learning, 9th ed.
Brenkert, G.G. (2018), Mind the Gap! The Challenges and Limits of (Global) Business Ethics, Journal of Business Ethics, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10551-018-3902-6.
Brown, M. T. (2005), Corporate integrity: rethinking organizational ethics and leadership, New York, Cambridge University Press.
Greenwood, M. (2013), Ethical Analyses of HRM: A Review and Research Agenda, Journal of Business Ethics, issue 2, vol. 114, pp 355-366.
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