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Ethical Climate Type, Self-Efficacy, and Capacity to Deliver Ethical Outcomes in Public Sector Human Resource Management

Shacklock, Arthur; Manning, Mark; Hort, Linda


Background � In recent years, ethical behaviour within public sector workplaces has been of increasing interest. One way to describe the ethical characteristics of workplace environments is the multidimensional construct ethical climate. Workplaces may be divided into different types of ethical climate environment on the basis of similarity of profile across climate dimensions. Purpose � The purpose of the study is to examine how different types of public sector ethical climate environment...[Show more]

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Date published: 2011
Type: Journal article
Source: Journal of New Business Ideas and Trends


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