UA FSHD 384 - final draft job talk presentation (10 pages)

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University of Arizona
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Fshd 384 - Leadership, Ethics, and Professional Practices
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Ethics in Human Resources Human Services Lauren Sutton Overview Human Resource employees are expected and relied on to follow the company s ethical standards Recruiting terminating reviewing and communicating with other employees Neglect to uphold company s ethical standards can have a hugely negative impact on the entire company Legal issues damage to the company s reputation decreased motivation of employees To prevent employees from disobeying ethical standards they are given ethical codes of conduct to abide and to guide their behaviors Agenda Six categories of Ethics in Human Resources Professional Responsibilities Professional Development Ethical Leadership Fairness and Justice Conflict of Interest Use of Information Ethics The fundamental principle of right and wrong Professional Responsibilities the responsibilities of employees to act professionally to put clients interests above their own to uphold the company s objectives and to contribute to the company s aim Professional responsibility can be achieved through employees upholding Ethical integrity Compliance with the law ethical choices when making decisions Positive contributions to the company Continuous advocacy for employees Professional Development Personal development refers to HR professional s investment in further training and development Achieved through engagement in maintaining relevant certification and education continuously improving skills continuous learning monitoring progress to engage in continuous job task improvement Employees should regularly attend training and workshops in order to maintain relevant legal knowledge strengthen personal knowledge of company gain insight on methods to improve procedures and operations Ethical Leadership HR employees demonstrating normative appropriate conduct such as honesty fairness trustworthiness through interpersonal relationships with other professionals and through personal actions Ethical and moral role model Right and wrong decision making Fairness and Justice Fairness involves equality of employees within the company and the ability to make judgements that are specific to a case at hand in the HR department Justice in terms of human resources means giving each HR employee what they deserve through following standards of rightness Companies can achieve fairness and justice through creating an atmosphere that positively supports company s objective Employees of a human resource company should promote equality through taking an action roles Conflict of Interest Conflict of interest occurs when the interest of two or more human resource of company professionals conflict with each other resulting in corruption of the intended goal or action Conflict of interest also encompasses when an employee s actions or decisions are influences by considerations of s personal interest Effect all types of business Most common conflicts of interest that are discourages are Favoritism Cronyism Nepotism Best way to handle conflict of interest is through utilizing the HR employee handbook which outlines company policies To prevent conflict of interest professionals should refrain from being bias Use of Information upholding confidentiality of information Confidentiality is important in Human Resources because since employees in this departments are responsible for a great deal of information such as social security numbers medical records credit background checks Information should remain locked up and employees should abide by laws that pertain to confidentiality This means that it is important for HR employees to be knowledgeable of these laws Employees not only need to uphold the confidentiality of paperwork but also technological systems they have to remain proficient in companies evolving technology advances Any Questions


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