Advance Ethical Practices in Human Resource Management: A Case Study of Health Care Company

Bilqees Ghani


This study set out to examine the advance ethical practices in human resource management. The purpose of this study is to determine the prominence of HRM for a case organization regarding, how ethics and compliances striking it to perform HRM day to day operation more efficiently. This study explains why the extensive involvement of HR in corporate ethics programs is important to the perceived fairness, and thus the likely outcomes. Data collection was carried out through conducting interviews by approaching 12 HR participants. The research findings show that HRM and ethical practices are integrated part of a case organization and hold real prominence to lay down its own code of conduct and motivational ways to foster employees’ better performance.  It is concluded that HR management can influence ethics and fair treatment at work in numerous ways. Implications and few recommendations were also made on the basis of findings.

Keywords: Ethics, Code of Ethics, Human Resource Management (HRM)

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