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Paper Details: Relationship Of Ethical Culture Of Organization And Staff Motivation In Line With The Corporate Pedagogy Ideas

Volume 3 - Issue 8, August 2019 Edition
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Author(s)
Dr. Said Omar
Keywords
ethical culture,Motivation, corporate education, corporate upbringingeducation,a code of ethics.
Abstract
The article discusses the relationship of ethical culture in the sphere of business and educational institutions and staff motivation. These components have a direct impact on the financial well-being and effective development of organization. The author considers the motivation in line with the intentional approach by relating the process of motivation to target installations of a person determining his/her behavior. Ethical culture permeates the entire spectrum of corporate education, during which there is a corporate upbringing, contributing to the identification of workers with their profession and the organization as a whole. Experience of Israeli enterprises and educational institutions shows that if there is a strong influence of ethical culture, there is a high enough level of integrity in the organization. The article presents the results of two studies regarding the relationship of employees to various measures aimed at improving the ethics of employees, in particular, to the Code of Ethics. According to the author, a Code of Ethics by itself is not enough to solve the problems of increasing motivation in the organization. There should be the targeted training in ethical behavior for the staff of organizations.
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