MGMT314 Week 8: Ethics in the work environment

MGMT314 Week 8: Ethics in the work environment
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DUE: 11:55 PM

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Assignment Instructions

Include the reading information and resources from the library. 
Provide your views on how organizations manage ethics in today’s environment.  Utilize an organization that you are familiar with. Include how organizations manage diversity and non-discrimination in the work environment? Should workers be included with an organization’s volunteer program?

Utilizing APA, include a 5-6/page paper.  View the rubric to understand the information to include. Thanks for your overview.

Paper Assignments
100 % Enter rubric description
 Exemplary
4 pts
Accomplished
3.4 pts
Developing
3 pts
Beginning
2.6 pts
Did not Attempt
0 pts
 
Abstract
10 % States problem and question to be resolved; summarizes method, results, and conclusions
Exemplary
Student chooses a topic from the list of topics in the assignment requirements and clearly and concisely states problem and question to be resolved; clearly summarizes method, results, and conclusions.
Accomplished
Student chooses a topic from the list of topics in the assignment requirements and concisely states problem and question to be resolved; summarizes method, results, and conclusions.
Developing
Student chooses a topic from the list of topics in the assignment requirements and inadequately states problem and question to be resolved; also inadequately summarizes method, results, and conclusions and lacks some details.
Beginning
Student is vague about topic in assignment requirements, inadequately states problem and question to be resolved; inadequately summarizes method, results, and conclusions and lacks some details of problem and question to be resolved; does not provide a summary of method, results, and conclusions of whole project.
Did not Attempt
No submission.

Introduction
15 % Background, problem, and significance
Exemplary
Student provides background research into the topic of choice and summarizes important findings from the review of the literature; describes problem to be solved; justifies the study; explains the significance of the problem to an audience of non-specialists.
Accomplished
Student provides some background research into the topic of choice and summarizes the findings from the review of the literature; describes problem to be solved; justifies the study; explains the significance of the problem to an audience of non-specialists.
Developing
Student provides limited background research into the topic of choice and less than adequately describes the problem to be solved.
Beginning
Student provides background research into the topic of choice but does not describe the problem to be solved; gives insufficient or nonexistent explanation of details to non-specialists.
Did not Attempt
No submission.

Discussion
15 % Addresses topic, organizes and synthesizes information, draws conclusions
Exemplary
Student succinctly addresses the topic with clarity; organizes and synthesizes information; draws conclusions.
Accomplished
Student addresses the topic with clarity; organizes and synthesizes information; draws conclusions.
Developing
Student addresses the topic; lacks substantive conclusions; sometimes digresses from topic of focus.
Beginning
Student provides little to no clarity in formulating conclusions and/or organization.
Did not Attempt
No submission.

Summary
10 % Findings, recommendations, and conclusions
Exemplary
Student concisely presents a clear logical explanation for findings, recommendations and/or implications for future research and/or application.
Accomplished
Student presents a logical explanation for findings, recommendations and/or implications for future research and/or application.
Developing
Student presents a limited explanation for findings, recommendations and/or implications for future research and/or application.
Beginning
Student does not adequately explain findings or formulates conclusions.
Did not Attempt
No submission.

Mechanics and documentation
10 % Grammar, spelling and writing
Exemplary
The writing is free or almost free of errors of grammar, spelling, and writing mechanics; appropriately documents sources.
Accomplished
The writing has occasional errors,
but they don’t represent a major distraction or obscure
meaning.
Developing
The writing has many errors, and the reader is distracted
by them.
Beginning
The writing has errors that obscure meaning of content or add confusion; neglects important sources or documents few to no sources.
Did not Attempt
No submission.

Organization
15 % Proper formatting and organization of document
Exemplary
The paper meets the required pages in length (not including Title and Reference Pages), follows the APA Style guidelines, and has no APA Style errors.
Accomplished
The paper meets pages in length (not including Title and Reference Pages), follows the APA Style guidelines, and contains no more than 3 APA Style errors.
Developing
The paper meets the pages in length (not including Title and Reference Pages), follows the APA Style guidelines, and has no more than 10 APA Style errors.
Beginning
The paper doess not meet the required pages in length (not including Title and Reference Pages), or it does not follow APA Style, or it contains more than 10 APA Style errors.
Did not Attempt
No submission.

Quality of references
10 %
Exemplary
References are primarily
peer‐reviewed professional
journals or other approved
sources (e.g., government
documents, etc.). The reader is confident that the
information and ideas can be
trusted.
Accomplished
Although most of the references are professionally
legitimate, a few are questionable (e.g., trade
books, internet sources, popular magazines). The
reader is uncertain of the
reliability of some of the sources.
Developing
Most of the references are
from sources that are not peer‐reviewed and have uncertain reliability. The
reader doubts the accuracy
of much of the material
presented.
Beginning
There are virtually no sources that are professionally reliable. The reader seriously
doubts the value of the material and stops
reading.
Did not Attempt
No submission.

Quantity of References
15 %
Exemplary
Student used more than seven academic sources which are respected in the field, contemporary, and bring greater meaning to the content.
Accomplished
Student uses at least seven academic sources to complete the task, and the sources are appropriate to the content.
Developing
Student used fewer than seven academic sources, or the sources were not good options for supporting the content.
Beginning
Student used no sources, non-academic sources (such as Wikipedia) or misused the information in the sources.
Did not Attempt
No submission

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