Ethical Culture, Ethical Behaviour, Job Satisfaction, Job Commitment


Ethics is a moral philosophy concerned with the study of what is good and what is bad. The ethical culture prevailing in the organization leads to the emergence of new humanity of responsible leaders driven by values, virtues and wisdom which transform the working environment amicable. Healthy workplace culture motivates the employees to function beyond organizational expectations. Employees are motivated and their performance improves as they work under good culture. A strong employee culture has a positive impact on employee behavior and performance. The concept of ethics is of critical importance to all the professions that serve society. It plays an important role in a teacher’s personal and professional life. Identifying the ethical climate would provide the college with the evidence to support the need to make improving their colleges. The professional ethics, the values and virtues practiced in colleges heavily influence the future leaders. Given this background, an attempt was made to carry out the research on the title “Impact of Workplace Ethics on Job Satisfaction and Job Commitment of Self Financing College Professors”. The researcher has collected data from both primary and secondary sources. The primary data were collected directly from the respondents through questionnaire. The secondary data were collected from books, journals and websites. 20 professors from six self financing Arts and Science Colleges were selected at random. Hence 120 was the sample size. To analyse the data ‘t’ test, Weighted arithmetic mean score and Karl Pearson’s Co-efficient of Correlation were applied.