Code Of Conduct Analysis

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Summary of Code of Conduct Many organizations have in place a Code of Conduct, which summaries the corporate culture and their vow to instill trustworthiness, impartiality and integrity, will upholding governmental regulations and protocols. It requires the CEO, upper management and employees to address the consumer, vendor, stakeholders and each other consequently. The Code of Conduct prohibits the CEO, administration, and employees from engaging in conducts that are for the most part a conflict of interest; alternatively the code will address the ethical culture of the organization. As we know the Code of Conduct will cover many areas of interest, such as conflict of interest, sexual harassment, use of company …show more content…
Sexual Harassment first what is sexual harassment it is considered the unwarranted sexual advances, requesting sexual favors and or verbal/ physical conduct. For example, a complaint was reported alleging that a male employee was ogling a female employee. In the court case of Babbitt v. Westin Providence et al, No. 1:2007cv00274 - Document 59 (D.R.I. 2009), it was determined that the behavior was such that, management should have not ignored such sexual chat and discouraging the plaintiff from disclosing it (Justia.com, …show more content…
Therefore, I would include a standard that would specifically address gender sensitization, simple because of the current trends in sexuality in the United States. There would be gender sensitization training for all employees which will cover the concept of gender, the dissection of labor and the over mainstay of gender. Here management will lead how to develop policies and procedures to help address this concern; they will also get a better understanding of women health, and laws and politics in India (Institute of Management in

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