Almost all books on Human Resource Management appear to be written without much concern for morality and moral philosophy. Seven Moralities of Human Resource Management is different. It applies moral philosophy to HRM by analysing HRM's morality from the perspective of American psychologist and ethicist Laurence Kohlberg (1927a1987). The holistic approach to morality applied in this book reaches beyond the often rehearsed three main philosophical concepts of virtue ethics, utilitarianism, and Kantian ethics. The book examines and makes value judgements on the morality that defines HRM. It represents a follow-up study of Seven Management Moralities published in 2012. This book is a comprehensive and systematic philosophical discussion on HRM locating the morality of HRM along Kohlberg's scale of morality.Ethics and Revolution, in: DeGeorge, R. (eds) Ethics and Society a Original Essays on Contemporary Moral Problems, New York: Anchor Books. Marcuse, H. 1969. ... Marens, R. 2012. We Dona#39;t Need You ... Corporate Visibility, Civil Society Scrutiny, and Environmental Disclosure, Cambridge: Harvard Business Schoolanbsp;...
|Title||:||Seven Moralities of Human Resource Management|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2014-10-29|