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The book is organized in nine chapters that addresses the three broad areas of concern?? It first discusses the prevalent concept of values in human society, the various types of values, and the crisis of values that seems to be engulfing the contemporary society. The concept of ethics, the various ethical values, and the ethical requirements for a professional in the modern workplace are highlighted in detail. The ramifications of industrialization, the respective roles of science, technology and engineering, as well as the need for preservation of the environment and the use of eco-friendly technologies are explained. Finally, the ethical issues involved in the management of resources are discussed. A number of case studies have been provided in the book to enable a clear understanding of the topics presented. The reason is the electronic devices divert your attention and also cause strains while reading eBooks.
Complement this sample with other elements of a code of conduct policy and add both to a complete employee handbook. Our professional code of ethics policy aims to give our employees guidelines on our business ethics and stance on various controversial matters. We will also use this policy to outline the consequences of violating our business code of ethics. This policy applies to everyone we employ or have business relations with. This includes individual people such as employees, interns, volunteers, but also business entities, such as vendors, enterprise customers or venture capital companies. Note that our code of ethics is slightly different than our code of conduct.
Ethical values, translated into active language establishing standards or rules describing the kind of behavior an ethical person should and should not engage in, are ethical principles. The following list. Ethical executives are honest and truthful in all their dealings and they do not deliberately mislead or deceive others by misrepresentations, overstatements, partial truths, selective omissions, or any other means. Ethical executives demonstrate personal integrity and the courage of their convictions by doing what they think is right even when there is great pressure to do otherwise; they are principled, honorable and upright; they will fight for their beliefs. They will not sacrifice principle for expediency, be hypocritical, or unscrupulous.
Professional ethics encompass the personal and corporate standards of behavior expected by professionals. The word professionalism originally applied to vows of a religious order. By no later than the year , the term had seen secular application and was applied to the three learned professions: Divinity , Law , and Medicine.
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