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ETH 316 Final Exam Guide Set 3 Click Here to Buy the Tutorial For more course tutorials visit 1. Discarding the few “bad applies” will not solve all of the ethical problems withi n an organization. (True/False) 2. Good character is not the main factor determining whether an individual acts ethically within an organization. (True/False) 3. Federal laws define what is ethical. Therefore, all unethical behavior is considered unlawful. (True/False) 4. When employees come to an organization, they have already developed int o “good’ or “bad” apples. Therefore, there is much a manager can do to impact an employee’s ethical behavior. (True/False) 5. Managers at the top levels of an organization report feeling less pressured to co mpromise their ethics. (True/False) 6. Media coverage cannot positively influence an organization’s reputation allowing it to charge premium prices and attract better applicants and investors. (Tr ue/False) 7. Like managers, employees are generally concerned about the ethical behavior of the organization they work for. (True/False) 8. An organization cannot be convicted of a

crime even if only one employee breaks the law. (True/False) 9. Most business managers rely on a deontological approach. (True/False) 10. Although all of the philosophical approaches have limitations, an individual must choose two and follow their guidance in every situation. (True/False) 11. Generally ethical dilemmas are not routine. Therefore, there is a way that an individual can be prepared or informed for a problem ahead of time. (True/False) 12. If an individual does not recognize that he or she is facing an ethical dilemma, then moral judgment is likely to occur. (True/False) 13. Ethical conflict is almost exclusively influenced by individual differences. (True/False) 14. There are no major differences in levels of moral reasoning between men and women. (True/False) 15. Which of the following is true? a. Moral reasoning cannot be increased through training. b. A more-principled individual is more likely to cheat. c. When an organizations’ leader is characterized by high moral development, the entire ethica l climate of the organization is weaker. d. Employee satisfaction and commitment are related to the leader’s moral development. 16. Research has shown that the best way to encourage ethical behavior is to creat e an organizational culture that is built to enhance employee engagement. (True/False) 17. One of a manager’s least important

responsibilities is to bring good people into the organization. (True/False) 18. According to a survey of executives, most respondents would rather tell the truth to employees about performance than not to confront them about perfor mance problems. (True/False) 19. People do want to believe that the world operates on the principles of fairness (True/False) 20. One of the most common faults in ethical decision making is not to ignore the long-term consequences of a decision. (True/False) 21. Because common ethical problems exist across virtually all organizations, formal programs designed for ethics do not work well as “one size does not fit all.” (True/False). 22. The more a firm demands unquestioning obedience to authority, the less likely the firm will experience higher levels of unethical conduct among employ ees. (True/False) 23. It is unethical for managers to “control” employees’ ethical behavior through direct management and the organization’s formal and informal cultural systems. (True/False) 24. ________________ students may need more ethics training because research has found that they rank lower in moral reasoning than other students. a) philosophy b) political science c)

business d) medicine 25. Any organization that does not fulfill its philanthropic responsibilities is acting ethically. (True/False)

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