The Fairfax County's Code Of Ethics

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The Fairfax county 's code of ethics is supported by six core principles that honesty, public service, respect, responsibility, stewardship, and trust (Fairfax County). However, ADR office deals with addressing and resolving workplace complaints, where confidentiality, voluntary process, mutual agreements, and impartial third party are major ethical boundaries. I studied about theory of ethical relativism that emphasizes on people 's different standards of evaluating acts as good or bad. These standard beliefs are true in their particular organization or circumstances, and the beliefs are not necessarily example of a basic moral values. It also takes a position that there is no moral right and wrong. Right and wrong are justified based on the …show more content…
We always value the confidentiality of our clients, and stakeholders. Anything being said with ADR staffs are confidential and never share with human resource, supervisor, and county executives. In addition, the ADR program does not force own possible ideas for conflict resolution. We encourage people to come up with their own solution, which can be done through conflict coaching, intake discussion, mediation, and facilitation. Most of the time, people have been able to come up with great solution in their conflict. Volunteerism is another code of ethics that we respect and determine the appropriateness of the issues for conflict resolution with parties ' self-willingness and interest. If the parties felt discomfort in the process of resolution, they have full right to leave. On the other hand, if the ADR office realized that parties have immediate physical threat or harm from the workplace conflict, we recommend them to look for legal and other appropriate action. In my opinion, impartiality is very important code of ethics in conflict resolution. This office respect the values and importance of the impartial third party involvement in any sort of conflict. Working with this team, I have learned that fair analysis of the situation, and neutrality has been maintained in all …show more content…
As a conflict resolution student, I can be activist or conflict resolver. If I chose to be conflict resolution practitioner, I should not cross the ethical boundaries. Currently, I am interning in organizational conflict resolution area, and I realized the value and importance of ethical code. I consider, same ethical codes are applying in international, communal, and regional conflict. My personal code of ethics are completely matches with my workplace because I have strong believe in privacy, respect, and integrity. I constantly value other people 's opinion, and very sensitive towards people 's feeling, which allow me to limit with in the ethical boundaries in any types of conflict intervention. Professor Warfield question that, "Is its ethical for external practitioners to portray themselves in one guise when in fact they are operating another? (W. Warfield)." In my perspective, we need to show our attention and meaning to be there rather than doing something different than telling something. It is very important ethical concern that every conflict resolution practitioner should

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