The ubiquitous influence of leadership, culture, and ethics has been a source of extensive research due to recent ethical infractions committed by large corporations. Applying ethics is essential for both individual success and organizational effectiveness. This research used quantitative analysis to explain the moderating effects of ethical leadership and ethical organizational culture on occupational well-being and job satisfaction in the workplace. The conceptual and empirical foundation of ethical leadership and ethical organizational culture were examined relative to employee well-being and job satisfaction, and to assess the value of ethical behavior in the workplace. This research used a survey of graduate students and their faculty to obtain information about their workplace and well-being.

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College or School

College of Professional Studies Granite Division

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Winter 2019