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1.There are various ways that diversity and ethics impact business performance. Both diversity and ethics can impact direct and indirect costs to an organization.

For this discussion:

Identify and describe one direct cost (i.e., fines, etc.) and one indirect cost (i.e., recruitment, etc.) of poor ethical workplace behaviors.

Identify and describe one direct cost and one indirect cost of poor diversity and inclusion practices.

Describe one workplace practice (e.g., education, audits, focus groups, policy, etc.) that could mitigate costs of both poor ethical behaviors and poor diversity and inclusion practices

must be 350 words.

#2:

Case-Study in Diversity

There are many benefits associated with managing using a proactive approach–as opposed to a reactive approach–with regards to diversity. Unfortunately, many organizations have been reactive in terms of their diversity policies and practices as opposed to being proactive.

For this assignment, complete the following:

Select an international organization that has recently been in the news for discriminatory workplace behaviors.

Provide a brief background about the organization. Then, explain what occurred in this organization in regard to discriminatory workplace behaviors. Detail the parties involved, settlement information (if applicable), etc.

Explain the direct and indirect costs that these behaviors/actions took on the individuals and the workplace.

Discuss how these issues could have been prevented through the use of HR policies and practices.

Submission Requirements

Write a 4-5 page paper (length does not include the required title and reference pages) please make sure work is grammar-free

Readings
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Casselbury, K. (2019, February 04). Common types of ethical issues within organizations.

https://smallbusiness.chron.com/common-types-ethic…

· Eabrasu, M. (2020). Cheating in business: A metaethical perspective. Journal of Business Ethics,
162(3), 519–532.

https://doi.org/10.1007/s10551-018-4003-2

· Lark, M. (2017). The future of killing: Ethical and legal implications of fully autonomous weapon
systems. Salus Journal, 5(1), 62–73.
· Taştan, S. B., & Güçel, C. (2017). The impact of employees’ perceived business ethics and ethical
climate on organizational social capital. Turkish Journal of Business Ethics, 10(1), 47–76.

https://doi.org/10.12711/tjbe.2017

  
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