Code of ethics as a tool for resolving conflict in the organization
Prokopenko O. Doctor of Economics, Professor,
Sumy State University, Ukraine
University of Economics and Humanities, Bielsko-Biala, Poland Zięba K. Dr. Eng., Olma S. B.A.,
University of Economics and Humanities, Bielsko-Biala, Poland
This article addresses the issues as selection tools to resolve conflicts in organizations because of the importance and topicality of this issue. One such tool among these is the effective functioning of the organization code of ethics. This document, the more detailed, the more effective. Nowadays, more and more organizations have their own codes of ethics. Therefore, it would be wrong underestimation of the code of ethics as a tool that could be used to resolve conflicts in organizations.
code of ethics, conflict, effective, organization.
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