The importance of HR ethics isn’t an untimely topic because any workplace considers the employees’ conduct at any situation. The human resources department plays a role in maintaining a principled manner among its members as it deals with the employee itself. Initially, the HR should have a full understanding first of the ethics to be able to address the other problems well.
The importance of HR ethics revolves around the idea of having someone set the example of showing how ethics work in an organization. In this way, all the others would follow the lead. When each and every employee knows about proper ethics, then every business would go well without issues.
The HR should be one of the first people who should protect the employees’ welfare, as they are an important element in an organization. They should carefully think about their action and words to preserve the best interest of the company.
If the HR follows ethical steps in addressing a problem, then the company’s reputation reflects it. If the employees are treated ethically and according to law, then the employees’ satisfaction would surely be evident. The importance of HR ethics isn’t just applicable for the HR themselves, but to every employee. When everyone knows about how ethics should be done, then a culture of proper conduct and respect would be attained.
Through the HR, processes in an organization could align as its expertise include management and internal communications. They too could keep track of how ethics is being applied in a workplace through interviews, appraisals, or surveys.
Doing the right thing isn’t easy as saying it, as far as ethics is concerned. but it could be achieved with the right knowledge and guidance. When it comes to honesty in a workplace, how should the HR deal with it? Learn from CEO Advisors, Inc’s Managing Director, Ms. Ma. Agnes A. Gervacio at the 10th Philippine HR Summit, happening on August 3-4 at Crowne Plaza Galleria.
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