Discipline is the whole phenomenon that sets behaviour for reaching organizational goals and organizes rules for employees. Ethics is a philosophy that investigates the values and norms of the professions in terms of morality. The aim of this study is to measure the impact of the discipline of management on the administrative ethics in terms of instruments and results. The population of the study consisted of 108 administrative unit employees (secretaries, office clerks, chiefs) working in a public university hospital. The study's data was collected to personal information form and "Discipline Management Scale" and "Managerial Ethics Scale" at between April and May of 2013. According to the survey results, it is found that the participants believe the discipline is necessary both for the workers and in the workplace as much as they believe in ethics is significant and managers should give importance to moral values; also it is believed that to penalize workers is not a useful tool to provide discipline in the workplace. Furthermore, most of the participants agree on that, in-house appointments, close proximity to the managers (being relative, politic similarity, gender etc.) are more important than their educations and qualifications; there is no equality in terms of applying certain discipline rules to everyone and division of labour; there is no fair application on conferment or penalising; the managers are not clear or honest to the employees. In respect of the participants’ responses, it is seen that 92,7% of the employees regard the most important problem in management as the lack of superior-subordinate communication, 56% of them see the public service is the most important duty for being a good officer, and lastly 47,7% of them think that distribution and wage should be fair in order to be more willing and productive in their work.
|Yayınlanma Tarihi||Ocak-Şubat 2017|
: 15 Ocak 2017
|APA||Kılınç, E , Aydın, A . (2017). DİSİPLİN YÖNETİMİNİN YÖNETSEL ETİK AÇIDAN İNCELENMESİ: BİR KAMU ÜNİVERSİTE HASTANESİ ÖRNEĞİ . İktisadi İdari ve Siyasal Araştırmalar Dergisi , 2 (2) , 11-22 . DOI: 10.25204/iktisad.292121|