Managerial ethics are the standards of behavior that guide individual managers in their work

Question: Managerial ethics are the standards of behavior that guide individual managers in their work For each situation shown, categorize that situation in terms of the area of ethical concern for managers it represents: 1) treatment of employees by the organizations, 2) Deatment of the organization by the employees, and 3) treatment of other agents by the employeesShow transcribed image textEthical concerns Ethical concerns for the managers are the issues that may arise in a company and a manager needs to think about them to solve them before they become a big problem for the company. Answer Situation 1 – E…View the full answerTranscribed image text: Managerial ethics are the standards of behavior that guide individual managers in their work For each situation shown, categorize that situation in terms of the area of ethical concern for managers it represents: 1) treatment of employees by the organizations, 2) Deatment of the organization by the employees, and 3) treatment of other agents by the employees and/or the organization Employee’s Treatment of Organization Organization’s Treatment of Employees Employee’s or Organization’s Treatment of Others In companies that strive to be first to market with new technology, O O O the risk that employees may divulge trade secrets is great. O O At Zappos, managers are committed to making workers happy Nina waits tables, and a large part of her earnings comes from tips, which depend on how large the bill is: She lies to customers who order less expensive dishes, telling them that the kitchen is out of that type of food, to make the customers order more expensive dishes