It is clearly known that everycompany’s manager or boss do all they can to lay claim to honour, veracity and integrity.However, many of them have invested a lot of money to back their words by spendinga great deal in conformity with good demeanour to stop people who tend to behavingbadly at workplace.Since it is an apparent fact thatpeople – good people, in the work place actually do bad things, for those who don’t,we will use the following to scrutinise in the following to better know howpeople do all that;§ By going throughscience, through FMRI scans for all and sundry. When passed through scans, itshowed that the part of the human brain that makes moral judgements tends to gosilent or falls into hibernation when grouped in or better, when in a group§ Looking at things fromthe ethical point of view, people are more inclined to be less ethical in theirdecisions and their actions when they are tired out or passing through anemotional sprain§ It is seen that peopleare more inclined to falling prey to lying, cheating and stealing when theyfeel wronged by others.
Something like an offensive mechanism. This in thetotal truth of it does not tell well of people in the workplace.§ People have a tendencyto be more unethical in their dealings with people who have granted favours tothem at one point in time.
This is somewhat like showing them that they can be trustedor loyal or are devoted to them. § It is also known thatsome of the people that receive favours from other people tend to give a closedeye to whom which they received the favours – benefactors. § People are in the businessof lowering their moral principles in the work place. They do this by deceivingothers even slightly; do such inconsequential things as wearing fake clothes,fake designer glasses and these things are way past the board.§ Breaking of rules. Whenthere is a big deadline set as target and there are seemingly large consequencessurrounding the failure to accomplish tasks, people tend to go to suchunethical lengths to achieve it – they break the rules not to fall prey toavoid penalty from their employers. These findings, these above bullet points anda whole more of them divulges why, despite the fact that people in the workplace – first human, who see themselves as intrinsically of good behaviour, incertain state of affairs actually do behave badly or act in the opposite of thenormal behaviour they are normal perceived as exuding to people in their livedand the work place.
Making sure this is known is a very important fact in therealms of ethics in the work place, as a human and most certainly why people –good people, do bad things in the workplace.