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Compact case
Case
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Reference no. 498-002-1
Authors: Silvo Tratar (College of Management in Koper)
Published in: 1998

Abstract

The case discusses the problem of morality and ethics at management level. The bookkeeper discovers the fraud and provides the human resource manager with evidence. What should the human resource manager do? A variety of possibilities exist and there is a trade-off between morality and personal benefits. The learning purposes of this case are to discover and recognise the morality and ethics in management and to find the way to resolve the morality and ethics problems that arise at the top level. The case is appropriate for students of both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes as well as for those employed at managerial positions. This case was written with the support of The Case Study Programme, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Industry:
Size:
390 employees
Other setting(s):
1990-1991

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Abstract

The case discusses the problem of morality and ethics at management level. The bookkeeper discovers the fraud and provides the human resource manager with evidence. What should the human resource manager do? A variety of possibilities exist and there is a trade-off between morality and personal benefits. The learning purposes of this case are to discover and recognise the morality and ethics in management and to find the way to resolve the morality and ethics problems that arise at the top level. The case is appropriate for students of both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes as well as for those employed at managerial positions. This case was written with the support of The Case Study Programme, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia.

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Industry:
Size:
390 employees
Other setting(s):
1990-1991

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