The Organizational Behavior Influences The Ethical Behavior Of Accounting Professionals

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The organizational behavior influences the ethical behavior of accounting professionals. Bobek, Hageman, and Radtke (2015) studied reasons of potential discrepancies between the leaders and non-leaders of the accounting firms. The firm’s ethical norms directly influence the behavior of its members. The researchers indicated that it is important to identify and understand the factors that affect ethical norms in the organization (p. 125). The firm’s leaders should play a meaningful role in building and supporting the ethical environment. It is essential to analyze motives of perceptions’ inconsistencies in of the ethical setting between the management, partners, and other accounting professionals of the firm. Bobek et al. (2015) examined the study of Victor and Cullen (1988), Suddaby (2009), and Arnold (2008) to analyze the impact of ethical climate on members of Big 4 accounting firms, observe how values of professionals, their attitude and personal liability, and rewards form the ethical behavior and decision-making (pp. 125-126). Bobek et al. agreed with Booth and Schulz (2004) on components that influence the accounting firm members’ behavior. Among those are leadership, code of ethics, and outcomes.
Management ethics affects the behavior of employees, organizational results, and financial performance. Shin, Sung, Choi, and Kim (2014) studied the ethical leadership of global companies to examine and develop a theoretical framework of the relationship between management…

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