Social Accounting and Unethical Behavior: Does Looking Fair Undermine Actually Being Fair?
Hong, Michelle Chiawei
- Publisher: Virginia Tech
Social accounts | fairness | unethical behavior | moral disengagement | moral emotions
In organizations, it is inevitable that some business activities might seem unfair to subordinates. Social accounts—the explanations managers give their subordinates for those decisions—are known to be a useful tool for managing subordinates’ fairness concerns. Over t...