Ethical Development And Human Resources Training: An Integrative Framework
Cognitive moral development; Ethnics; Human resources management; Training
This article draws on the training and business ethics literatures to craft a framework for creating and maintaining effective ethics training programs. We identify four themes in the recent training literature - trainee characteristics, training design, transfer of trained skills, and evaluation issues - and use these as the basis for creating a model of ethics training. As an illustrative example, we explore the research on individuals' cognitive moral development and examine how a framework built on sound training principles might enhance the efficacy of ethics training. Finally, we present a series of research questions that arise from this integration of ethics and training research. © 2001 Elsevier Science Inc.
Human Resource Management Review
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Wells, Deborah and Schminke, Marshall, "Ethical Development And Human Resources Training: An Integrative Framework" (2001). Scopus Export 2000s. 292.