Professional ethics

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  • Case Study Of The Aicpa's Code Of Professional Ethics

    • The AICPA's Code of Professional Conduct does not require all employees to sever ties with all audit clients. For example, staff auditors not working on a particular engagement need not sever ties. In this case, the firm exceeds the minimum level of conduct for independence. • The case does not address other ethical requirements. • The case does not mention spouses or dependents of the employees. Spouses and dependents must also be independent, as defined by Section 100--Rule 101 of the…

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  • Meaningful Work: Rethinking Professional Ethics Summary

    Bridger Haffey Mini Paper 2 Embracing Wholehearted Activity: The Manager and Engineer’s Responsibly Following the Industrial Revolution, the role of effective management has shifted from the focus on pure production output through brute force to a more human resource focus of motivating workers to perform efficiently. This shift has been heavily recognized by management theorists like Maslow that suggested that for a person to reach their highest working potential of self-actualization, their…

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  • Speech-Language Pathologist Scholarship Analysis

    The major attribute that makes me a worthy candidate for the scholarship award is my commitment to pursue my profession as a Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP). A dream that initiated when I was young and has led me to my graduate program. I believe in the saying, “Happiness lies in the joy of achievement and the thrill of creative effort” as told by the former president of the US, Franklin D. Roosevelt. I find happiness in assisting and motivating people who need my help. This has been my…

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  • Levels Of Professional Deception

    Keywords: Deception, Lying, Prevalence, Professionals Introduction: How deceptive are the professionals in some of the highest level jobs in our society? This paper examines levels of deception among lawyers, doctors, and business people. This research stems from Professional Deception: Examining Perceptions of Deception in Law, Medicine, and Business, by Klein et. al. (2015), which examined the perceived levels of deception among the general population of these three professions. To add to…

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  • The Importance Of Being A Soldier In The Army

    Similar to these great civilizations, being a Soldier in the Army is a profession of sacrifice, pride, honor, and expertise. An American Soldier is a volunteer that give it all for the great of others. As Soldier, we are professionals that endures the meaning of the word sacrifice and never hesitate in front of danger, always ready to pay the ultimate prize for what we swear to defend. The pride that we feel to serve our nation is beyond comparison.…

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  • Disability Support Worker: A Case Study

    We can define professional as someone who “exhibits a courteous, conscientious and generally businesslike manner in the workplace” (Saskatchewan Polytechnic, 2015, p. 1). We as Disability Support Workers are known as professionals in our field. (Saskatchewan Polytechnic, 2015, p.1). In class, Darrell describes that a piece of paper or certificate is not enough to describe us as professionals, it is a shopping bag of resources and research that will help us to become “professionals”. In this…

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  • Profession Of Arms Professionalism

    moral responsibility during humanitarian crisis and military operations. The seven values implemented from the beginning the Soldiers career include loyalty, duty, respect, selfless-service, integrity, and courage. During a time of conflict, the professional must be ready to live by the Warrior Ethos. This includes not leaving a fallen comrade behind, never quitting, placing the mission first, and never accepting defeat. An example of great leader in history that showed loyalty was General…

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  • The Role And Roles Of The Criminal Justice Professional

    ROLE OF THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROFESSIONAL Criminal justice professional field is wide with differing responsibilities and roles allocated by position and the level of an officer in the criminal justice department. These criminal justice professionals assume/play a key part in guaranteeing law and order to the citizens. This paper outlines the key individual and societal needs that necessitate the roles and responsibilities of a criminal justice professional and their role in serving these needs.…

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  • Accountability In Nursing Practice

    Dictionary defines ‘accountability’ as an obligation or willingness to accept responsibility or to account for one 's actions. Then there is the word, ‘professionalism’ as the conduct, aims, or qualities that characterize or mark a profession or a professional person. These two words are intertwined in the medical industry, especially in the field of nursing. In the article “Accountability in Nursing Practice: Why it is Important for Patient Safety, the author details how and why it is not only…

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  • Characteristics Of Professionalism In Nursing

    nurse is always a nurse, on or off of the clock; furthermore, it shows the characteristics of all nurses to be professional yet empathetic, stern yet caring. Nurses do not follow the rules of professionalism and patient-family-centered care, they define the rules. Nurses define the rules of professionalism by how they present themselves, however there needs to…

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