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In this chapter we discussed the characteristics of an ethical organization and the development and implementation of a corporate code.
Organizations frame corporate codes that lay down ethical standards for employee behavior. The development of a corporate code involves identifying the key behavior, reviewing the codes containing the key behavior, communicating by distributing copies of the code and, finally, updating the codes according to the laws and regulations.
Once the code is developed, it has to be implemented. An approach proposed for implementing the corporate code involves organizational structure, coordination, motivation and communication.
If an organization develops a corporate code to guide the behavior of its employees, and if the company's' Espoused and Values in practice are aligned then the organization can be termed as ethical organization.