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The elephant in the room in looking at procedural justice and ethics is employee perception. No matter how good management’s intentions are, employees actions will be based on how fair, equitable, etc., they PERCEIVE things to be. Provide an example (hypothetical if necessary, or something you’ve seen) of how an HR manager could (or in fact did) come up with well-intentioned procedural justice programs that were not received well by employees and could (or did) backfire.

The elephant in the room in looking at procedural justice and ethics is employee perception. No matter how good management’s intentions are, employees actions will be based on how fair, equitable, etc., they PERCEIVE things to be.     Provide an example (hypothetical if necessary, or something you’ve seen) of how an HR manager could (or in fact did) come up with well-intentioned procedural justice programs that were not received well by employees and could (or did) backfire.

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