Managing Attrition Ethically

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Managing Attrition Ethically
Srinivasan, Manager, India

With globalisation, attrition cannot be linked to ethical behaviour. This is because organisations (management) also need to behave ethically with their employees. I would say the traditional Indian management system had ethical bonding. But not after globalisation.

Ethical Behaviour in India
Muneerudeen, Accountant, United Arab Emirates
I think it's wrong how it used to be in India, we have a lot Indian companies in Sri Lanka, they make us work 24/7/365. Japanese made all these changes to be ethical towards the country and its employees. Unethical behaviour is due to business entities that do not know any limitation in using people to to run a proper business set up.



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