Ethical code

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  • Personal Code Of Ethics In Business

    yourself morally, then its easy to see that ethics is a lot like a tax code. Its a system where people are looking for loopholes and shelters. They 're looking to get away with whatever they can while still staying within the rules” (Pasztor 2015).When we think of Ethics, “we tend to think of corporations like Enron that misrepresented earnings and enriched itself at the expense of stakeholders (employees, shareholders suppliers, customers, etc.); and made headlines in the year 2000 for being unethical” (Jackson, 2014). The Enron video supports that this company pulled off the “corporate crime of the century”.…

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  • Compare And Contrast Ethical Standards

    Ethical Standards Compared This paper examines the ethics code put forth by the American Psychological Association (APA) and that of the National Career Development Association (NCDA). An explanation of the major similarities and differences between the two ethics codes is presented. Finally, four individual standards are selected and explored more throughly. Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct According to the American Psychological Association (2002), the ethics code…

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  • Group Counseling Case Study

    Ethical, Legal, and Socio-Cultural Practice in Group Counseling The subject of Suicide has provoked copious ethical, moral, and social deliberations and examinations (Harris & Hawton, 2005). Civilization has fought with the notion of suicide as well as attempting to make coherent logic of the behaviors that proceed (Harris & Hawton, 2005). In managing such a multifaceted individual and social subject, therapists may come across an abundant amount of ethical trials which must be resolved in…

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  • Employee Hiring Ethics

    Ethics and Code of conduct in Employee Recruitment The most important aspect of any enterprise is recruiting the best talent, despite the process being significantly challenging. The need for diversification of skills and abilities enhances the development of a robust and complete team with the capacity to deliver under different circumstances. Human resource managers have an obligation to design and implement programs that are non-discriminative to ensure a fair and efficient process is…

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  • AICPA Code Of Ethics Essay

    Review the International Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants by creating a free account at www.ethicsboard.org/iesba-code a. Who developed the code? It was developed by the International Ethics Standards Board for Accountants (IESBA) b. Compare Part A with the principles in the AICPA Code of Conduct. How are they similar or different? The International Code is built on the foundation of 5 principles, which are very similar to the principles in AICPA Code of Conduct. Both talk about…

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  • Ethical Practice In Counseling

    How is Ethical Practice defined in the Counseling Field? Ethical practice within the Counseling field has over the years undergone several changes as professionals continue to struggle with defining themselves due to the varying complexities and nuances surrounding the profession as a whole. Through dissecting ethical practice and examining each term independently, the word ethical is largely defined as “pertaining to or dealing with morals or the principles of morality; pertaining to right and…

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  • Effective Compliance

    Having an ethics program as a part of your firms’ codes and compliance greatly reduces the instances of unethical issues occurring (Kaptein, 2015). “An ethics or compliance program can be described as the formal organizational control system designed to impede unethical behavior,” states Kaptein (2015). Even though ethics programs are instituted worldwide there is little evidence to prove of its effectiveness to help avoid or handle unethical issues (Kaptein, 2015). There has been no academic…

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  • Code Of Ethics For Digital Forensics

    Abstract Code of Ethics refer to a set of guidelines consider to be the ideal under which a member of the community will model his behavior. Normally based on moral standards of what is good or wrong for a group, they are subject to personal interpretations and given some circumstances, completely ignored. This separation between ideal and reality is more profound in some professions than others, possibly due to the degree of scrutiny and consequences for transgressions. Digital Forensic…

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  • Multiple Relationships Case Study

    Multiple relationships Case Vignette #1 describes a therapist that has engaged in a dual role, as a therapist and in a personal relationship with a client. By drinking with the client (Dora), the therapist is in violation of the Ethical standard of psychologist, the State Board Legal codes of psychologist and if Dora is a minor the psychologist also violated California criminal penal codes and committed an act of child abuse according to the department of children’s services. The…

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  • AT & T Code Of Ethics Case Study

    I decided to look at the ethical code of two rival phone companies, AT&T and Verizon. When I began to research these two companies ethical codes I noticed that while both companies have what they call a code of conduct AT&T has a separate article referred to as their code of Ethics. Looking further into the two company’s code of conduct I noticed Verizon had composed nothing shy of a book while AT&T’s on the other hand was more like a long article. AT&T’s Code of Ethics addresses…

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