Ethical Issues in the Organization

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Running head: ETHICAL ISSUES IN THE ORGANIZATIONETHICAL ISSUES IN THE ORGANIZATIONName of the Student:Name of the University:Author Note:
1ETHICAL ISSUES IN THE ORGANIZATIONIntroductionThe ABC company is estimated that the target of the company can be achieved if allthe workers work for the daily 8 hours shift. However, doing unpaid overtime has become theculture of the company, and higher authorities are well aware of this practice. However, thispractice needs to be evaluated as workers are working overtime and they are not paid for theirextra contribution. The paper estimates the ethical dilemma associated with this practicethrough the analysis of the framework.IS IT MORAL TO EXPECT PROFESSIONAL WORKERS TO WORK BEYONDTHEIR TIME LIMIT?FrameworkCompanyEmployeesPublicIndustryClientsBenefits ofthis action?The company isgaining moreproductivity withpaying extramoney to theworkers.The employeesare not gettingany benefits fromthis action.The publicgroup is notgetting anybenefits fromthis action, asthe company ismaking profitfrom theunpaidovertime of theemployees.The industryis gettingbenefits fromthe respectivecompany, asthe companyis serving theindustry withmoreproductivitywith lesscost.The clients oftheorganizationare getting lotsof benefitsfrom theorganization,as theorganization isserving theclients withmoreproductivity inless time.Harmcaused bythis action?The company isnot facing anyharm from thisaction.The employeesare spendingmuch the , whichexceeds theirworking shift.Their extracontributions arenot getting paid,and working forthe extra hoursare affecting theirwork life balance.Public group isaffectednegatively bythe action ofthe companyThere is notharm occurfor theindustry.The clients aregetting qualityservice fromtheorganization inless time, sothey are notaffectednegativelyfrom thisaction.
2ETHICAL ISSUES IN THE ORGANIZATIONThe effect on company:The above table has two attributes and their effects on the five stakeholders associatedwith the business of the company. The company is aware of the unpaid overtime done by theworkers. This payable over time of the workers are helping the company to gain more profitwit using less manpower and less cost. These are increasing the profit margin of thecompany. The ethical dilemma arises when the matter can be seen from the perspectives ofother stakeholders.The effect on employees:The employees are working after their shift time, and they are doing this to assuretheir job security. According to Åkerstedt and Kecklund (2017), this article this behaviourindicates that the company policy is not sustainable enough and is not employee friendly. Thetheory of the company plays a vital role in the growth of the company. This bad humanresource policy can lead to the internal conflict. The company is gaining a lot of profit fromthe overtime of the employees. However, the benefits they are winning is on the short-termbasis. The Bohle (2016) states that the internal conflict and gradual increase of thedissatisfaction of employees can bring down the productivity of the company. The companymay face other legal issues regarding the labour law.Problems on both long term and short term basis:The workers are working for the extra hours. The work life balance of the employeesis not justified. According to Ciocchetti ( 2016), it can be said, due to the improper betweenfamily time and the working hour, the working quality of the worker may go down. Thedecreasing level of the class will hamper the productivity of the company. The company canface problem in the long run. The long term and short-term impact of doing overtime willaffect the personal lives of the employees. However, the company can achieve a significant
3ETHICAL ISSUES IN THE ORGANIZATIONprofit margin. However, this practice will make the company face lots of problems related toproductivity and the human resource management in the long-term basis.Effect on people:Another stakeholder involved in this process is people. The people will be affectednegatively by the working for the overtime. The practice is not sustainable for the people.According to the ACS code of professional conduct, the people should be benefited from theaction or the exercise of getting a chance to improve the skills and enhancement of the qualityof life. Any practice should not harm the physical and mental health of people. The method ofdoing overtime is hampering the health of the people working in the company. Apart fromthat, it is becoming a constraint in the development of skills and the quality of life of theworkers.Effect on industry:The nature of working for the extra hours is adding the flow of productivity in theindustry. The industry is getting benefits from the com[any. The increased productivity withthe quality is making the company to hold a good position in the industry, and thecompetition is growing. In this situation, according to Clarke and Boersma (2017), thecompany may enjoy the excellent position in the market, however, due to the internalconflicts the company may lose its place in the market. The Cousino and Mednick (2016)article state that, during the downfall of the company for the internal conflicts, there is nosuch trend that the industry supports that company by its past goodwill.Effects on clients:Clients are one of the critical stakeholders in the process. The increased productivityof the company helps the clients to get the most sorted out services in a short time span. This
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