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Expressing Organizational Dissent
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Using a sample of 101 employees from a community-based health care agency in the southern U.S., we empirically examined the relationships between organizational dissent and idealism, relativism, and corporate ethical values. The results indicated that idealism and dissent were negatively related, relativism and dissent were unrelated, and corporate ethical values and dissent were positively associated. The findings suggest that both individual and organizational factors should be noted when assessing dissent. Individual judgments concerning the ethics or morality of specific actions are typically the focus of ethical ...
HAGEL, Judge, dissenting: I write separately to express my disagreement with the majority’s conclusion that the Board did not err in finding that Mr. King did not submit an informal claim for benefits. The Court should vacate the Board’s finding that Mr. King did not communicate an intention to reopen his claim and remand the matter to the Board to provide adequate reasons or bases for its conclusions. The majority employs the incorrect standard of review, and it should have found that the Board provided inadequate reasons or bases for reaching its conclusion. A. Reasons or Bases Read More
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