There are several ethical challenges, managers could facewithin the organisation firstly there is the work versus family being able tomanage your commitment to work whilst dedicating to your loved ones. Somepeople can make the mistake of over working themselves and tend to neglectthere home life. Companies and other professional organisations often haveinsatiable demand for our time.
There comes a time where you choose a job andespecially in the first few weeks want to make a great fires impression. Forthere own physical health and for the sake of there families it is important toregulate the demand. The dilemma of work/life balance also faces between themanagement of day to day conflicts between family obligations and work such as caring for a sick child, illspouse of parent or attending commitments for there children.Another dilemma is questioning whether the said person is ateam player who would go along with whatever the group is doing. Every workculture has a set or norms and a way of doing things. Unavoidably some of thevalues and behaviours are not attractive and maybe improper.
Work groups candemonstrate collective attitudes towards others. Some groups may target othersmay make- fun or harass those from a different group. It is wise too makechoices to maintain your own independent values and resist group norms that violate the company rules, belittle anysubgroup of employee or show tolerance to particular political viewpoints.Misleading leaders can be another type of dilemma when wemust decide what to do when confronted by behaviour not deemed acceptable inthe work place. Some leader’s successcan cause them to believe they are above the law and that the rules do not applyto them. Some leaders have weak values and succumb to the temptation to cutcorners and can fall into the trap of doing very little work.
Further, whilemany bosses and leaders are admirable human beings, others are bullies andintimidate those who are unfortunate enough to work for them.