Mari Herttalampi


Active JYU affiliations


Previous, inactive or other affiliations


Research interests

Sustainable and responsible practices in business and organizations are increasingly important in today's working life. Unethical behavior at work can range from single acts of deviance (e.g., the inappropriate use of company time and resources, the abuse of sick leave) to major corporate scandals (such as the Volkswagen's emissions scandal). Such acts can result in a range of undesirable consequences for both the organization and the individual: financial loss, reputational damage, and reduced employee commitment and performance, for example. Huhtala’s research focuses on different aspects related to ethical decision making at work and ethical values at the work place. By studying ethical organizational culture, ethical strain experiences, and personal work-related values we can get insight on how to predict and explain (un)ethical behaviors in organizations. Further contributions include investigating how organizational ethics can contribute to several important outcomes, such as employee well-being, ethical leadership, and organizational commitment.


Fields of science


Projects as Principal investigator


Publications

Go to first page
Go to previous page
1 of 4
Go to next page
Go to last page

Last updated on 2022-26-01 at 10:35