ethical code


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Synonyms for ethical code

a system of principles governing morality and acceptable conduct

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Honesty and trust is always one of the words used in ethical codes and it is a recurrent theme in dilemmas at work and at home.
The intent in having a comprehensive training plan is to keep your ethical codes positioned at the intellectual forefront of those out-of-practice minds that may not be as quick to the moral draw as well-practiced minds with a regular training regimen.
The majority of studies indicate that although there is a positive relationship between the existence of ethics codes and ethical decision making, this benefit exists only when the code is embedded in the organization's culture via clear executive commitment to its integration and enforcement in day-to-day practices (Betsy Stevens, "An Analysis of Corporate Ethical Code Studies: Where Do We Go from Here," Journal of Business Ethics, 1994, pp.
My concern is that each educator's personal ethical code can yield widely divergent conclusions.
Establishing professional standards for the media and other forms of publications that contain an ethical code and an enforcement mechanism
The existence of a proper corporate ethical code represents an indicator of business ethics.
But when a client is asking (or instructing) us to do or not do something that goes against our ethical code, things aren't as clear cut.
An ethical code generally implies codes of business ethics, codes of conduct for employees, and codes of professional practice.
But she maintained that their introduction was imperative in order to maintain an ethical code that had been compromised by a lack of regulation.
He has spelled out why most people want to become journalists and the strict ethical code they adhere to.
of Texas at Arlington) treats advocacy as a problem-solving approach that fits readily into generalist social work practice, and social justice as a core value per an ethical code in the field.
11) Finally, ethical codes derived from either ethical relativism (where the ethical code depends on and is determined by an individual, group, society, or culture) or ethical absolutism (where the ethical code is the one dictated by the correct authority, group, society, or culture) merely provide ready-made responses to ethical dilemmas.
Iberia added that at the congress it adopted the World Tourism Organisation Ethical Code, which is designed to protect the consumer, children and other vulnerable social groups while fostering corporate social responsibility, cultural and environmental sustainability, along with the view of tourism as an engine of development in accordance with the Millennium Development Goals of the United Nations.
This commission proposed three policies to ensure medical information quality: (1) The creation of ethical code concerning the content and investment criteria of websites.
Many of the ethical code violations are related to football, the most popular sport in Turkey.