Trust, Justice, And Ethics

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Trust is defined as the willingness to be vulnerable to a trustee based on positive expectations about the trustee's actions and intentions.

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Jasmine met Lee at her apartment pool and agreed to go out on a date with him that evening. She has often gone out with people she just met. Her agreement to go out with him when she just met him demonstrates affect-based trust.

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Justice reflects the actual fairness of an authority's decision making.

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The importance of trust propensity is most obvious in interactions with strangers, in which any acceptance of vulnerability would amount to "blind trust."

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Cognition-based trust is driven by the trustor's faith in human nature.

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Ability is defined as the belief that the authority wants to do good for the trustor, apart from any selfish or profit-centered motives.

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Affect-based trust is seen in a select few relationships.

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Employees gauge procedural justice by asking whether decision outcomes, such as pay, rewards, evaluations, promotions, and work assignments, are allocated using proper norms.

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Anya, a manager at Marquette Industries, is always very careful to award bonuses and other rewards to her subordinates based on each individual's performance and contribution. Anya is concerned with interpersonal justice.

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Procedural justice tends to be a stronger driver of reactions to authorities than distributive justice.

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Interpersonal justice is fostered when authorities adhere to two particular rules: the justification rule and the truth rule.

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Low levels of informational justice can make an organization vulnerable to wrongful termination claims.

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Descriptive ethics evolved with scholars in philosophy debating how people ought to act using various codes and principles.

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Kohlberg's theory of cognitive moral development proposes that as people age and mature, they move through the preconventional, postconventional, and principled stages of moral development.

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All people move through the preconventional and conventional stages and finally operate from the postconventional stage of moral development.

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In the context of trust and job performance, the ability to focus reflects the degree to which employees can devote their attention to work, as opposed to engaging in workplace politics or saving themselves from problems like abusive supervision.

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Economic exchanges are impersonal and resemble contractual agreements, such that employees agree to fulfill the duties in their job description in exchange for financial compensation.

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The legal component of corporate social responsibility argues that the law represents society's codification of right and wrong and must, therefore, be followed.

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Efforts to improve the quality of life in the communities in which organizations work is typically an effort that comes under the citizenship component of corporate social responsibility.

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________ is the willingness to be vulnerable to an authority based on positive expectations about the authority's actions and intentions.

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Trust
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Credence
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Consensus
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Ethics
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