African Journal of Emerging Issues <p><strong>African Journal of Emerging Issues - </strong>is scholarly, open access, peer reviewed, double blind, interdisciplinary, and fully refereed journal focusing on theories, methods and applications in medicine, Engineering, Technology and Applied sciences.</p> <p>The Editorial Board is very committed to build the Journal as one of the leading African Journals of Emerging issues in the next few years to come. The Journal's reputation will be enhanced from arrangements with several organizers of international conferences in publishing selected best papers of the conference proceedings.&nbsp;</p> <div><strong>Aim</strong></div> <p align="justify"><strong>African Journal of Emerging Issues(AJOEI)</strong> is aimed to provide a highly readable and valuable addition to the literature, which will serve as an indispensable reference tool for years to come and provide a medium through which scholars and researchers all over the world publish their scholarly applied and fundamental research works including all new theoretical and experimental findings.</p> <div><strong>Scope</strong></div> <p align="justify">The coverage of the Journal publishes research articles and encourages the submission of critical review articles covering advances in recent research of such fields as well as technical notes. AJOEI will continue to provide information on the latest emerging trends and developments in this ever-expanding subject.</p> <hr align="JUSTIFY"> <div><strong>Submission</strong>:</div> <p>Authors are requested to submit their papers electronically through the<br><a href="">ONLINE SUBMISSION CENTRE </a>Or As Email attachment to <a href=""></a></p> en-US (Principal Editor) Mon, 19 Feb 2024 16:31:23 +0000 OJS 60 ETHICAL VALUES IN MANAGING HUMAN RESOURCES <p>Ethics play a crucial role in establishing trust within any organization. While Human Resource managers have traditionally ensured business continuity, their strategic function is evolving to include a broader focus on ethical considerations. The "business as usual" approach no longer suffices, and HR practitioners must embrace their pivotal role as effective business partners who champion ethical decision-making across the organization. This paper explores the importance of ethical values in HRM and proposes methods for integrating ethical principles into various HR functions. Additionally, it examines relevant theories and frameworks that provide a deeper understanding of ethical considerations in the field.</p> <p><strong>Keywords:</strong> <em>Ethical Values, Managing Human, Resources</em></p> Teresia Wanjugu Shiundu , Edward Katue Nzinga Copyright (c) 2024 African Journal of Emerging Issues Mon, 19 Feb 2024 00:00:00 +0000