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    The relation between ethical behaviour and workstress amongst a group of managers working in affirmative action positions.Ebben van Zyl & Kobus Lazenby - 2002 - Journal of Business Ethics 40 (2):111-119.
    Unethical acts and reported cases of corruption and commercial crimes in South African business are increasing. Literature studies showed that risk groups (for instance South African managers in affirmative action positions) are functioning in a stressful environment which can give rise to unethical acts. Results pointed out that high stress correlates substantially with: to claim credit for a subordinate's work; to fail to report a co-worker's violation of company policy, to offer potential clients fully paid holidays; and to purchase shares (...)
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    Utilising human resource management in developing an ethical corporate culture.Ebben van Zyl - 2012 - African Journal of Business Ethics 6 (1):50.
    South Africa is characterised by rapidly escalating crime, including white-collar crime, and unethical behaviour in public and private organisations. This necessitates innovative ways to deal with the situation. The objective of this conceptual and theoretical research is to investigate ways in which human resource management can be utilised to instil and develop an ethical corporate culture in South African organisations. A theoretical model of ethical behaviour is discussed as a basis for this study. It is indicated that human resource management (...)
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    The role of self-leadership in becoming an ethical leader in the South African work context.Ebben van Zyl - 2014 - African Journal of Business Ethics 8 (2).
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    Ethical behaviour in the south african organizational context: Essential and workable. [REVIEW]Ebben van Zyl & Kobus Lazenby - 1999 - Journal of Business Ethics 21 (1):15-22.
    The South African business world is increasingly characterised by the absence of clear ethical norms and behaviour. However, changing business circumstances has made South African organizations ethically more vulnerable. Furthermore, new perspectives on the benefits of ethical behaviour make the implementation thereof essential. A theoretical model of ethical behaviour for generating an improved understanding of ethical behaviour in organizational context is discussed. This model is used as a basis for presenting practical suggestions on the implementation of ethical behaviour in organizational (...)
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