Clarifying ethical constituents of God-believing employees to mitigate the outcomes of rumors and organizational rumor management

Hossein khanifar, Gholamreza Jandaghi, Hamed Bordbar, Mahmoud Jangholi

Abstract


By declining human spiritual belongings, the lack of ethics is considered as a major calamity of modern age. Disrespecting ethical codes and constituents in organizations and societies has caused that some ethical abnormal to be highlighted and involve the mind of managers and relevant authorities. Human get away of God believing and ethics – orientation as well as the lack of a clear and precise definition of ethical prism in organizations have caused unethical rumor behavior. Rumor is an unethical behavior disseminated among people in order to be believed. It is disseminated from one person to another verbally without any document. It causes that organizational managers and officials emphasize on human God-believing nature to mitigate the rumor negative outcomes and rumor management. While defining the rumor, present paper addresses to etiology of rumor in local and international literature and finally points ethical constituents which mitigate organizational rumor and abnormal behaviors in the organization.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ijhrs.v2i1.1166

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