Cyberethics consists of the moral, legal and social issues that involve technology used over the internet. It assesses the social policies and laws that we formulate with response to issues created by the development and use of cyber technology. The code of ethics for the cyber technology world is mainly related to issues such as:
Based on the case study, WorldCom did not have any ethical culture and its corporate governance was a failure. This is because, the senior managers mentioned and their subordinates conspired to engage in fraud overlooking the adverse effects their decisions would have on the company and its shareholders. There was apparent abuse of power, fear of condemnation from the juniors and a lot of pressure to comply – for fear of losing one’s job. Other researchers of the case as well as reporters have concluded the same as conferred below.
At Company X, it is our upmost desire to comply with rules and laws pertaining to our business, and to hold our values at a spectacular level. Our company values include responsibility, equality, honesty, confidentiality, respect, and integrity. These values are the building block of our company, and should be followed by all employees, management, and any persons associated with our business. By adhering to the code of conduct, our work environment will be comfortable and reliable, and will help avoid unethical behavior.
The code of ethics and conduct is a written set of rules and regulations that provides guidance to employees of an organization on how to conduct themselves and carry out their duties in line with the organization’s principles. The code of ethics and conduct is also be backed up by suitable disciplinary actions. A code of ethics and conducts helps employees deal with ethical issues and other gray areas that they face as they execute their daily activities. An effective code of ethics and conduct is required for an organization to run smoothly and maintain a positive image. Having an ineffective code of ethics and conduct is almost like having none.
We, the employees of Company X, at all levels, recognize and accept a personal obligation to our organization and profession, its stakeholders, and the communities we serve. We hereby commit ourselves to the highest ethical and professional conduct and agree to follow all codes of ethics and conduct as well as all local, state and federal ordinances and laws. The purpose of this document is to establish a basic code of ethics that apply to all Company X employees at all levels including any temporary, seasonal, or contract employees.
Behaviors that are aligned with the standards set by Company X include loyalty to clients, respecting all co-workers and clients, and integrity to do what is right on a daily basis. By demonstrating these behaviors, each and every day Company X will be able to provide high quality service due to the positive actions of our associates. Any conduct that is deemed inappropriate or detrimental to Company X will be addressed on a case by case basis by the associate’s immediate
The purpose of this paper is to discuss and call the attention to the fact that there are genera differences and similarities in the Code of Ethics of the American Counseling Association (ACA) and the Code of Ethics of the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC). In addition, discuss due diligence the counselor has to the client, the focus will be on sexual intimacy, fees and records. There will also be a contrast of the three aspects as well. Counselors have an ethical responsibility to the clients when it come sexual intimacy, fees, and records. The goal is to shed some light on the differences. The outcome is to make sure that all
As a Director of Human Resources for a public organization, in writing a comprehensive Code of Ethics, I would define the following key areas regarding expected standard of employee behavior as especially important; 1. A code of conduct regarding sexual harassment, discrimination and equal opportunity, 2. Confidentiality and privacy, 3. Workplace health and safety, and 4. Drug free work environment.
He has gained a lot of experience throughout his career thus far, and is looking forward to expanding his knowledge in the future. Dr. Lind believes that there are many ethical issues that involved in anthropology and the entire Code of Ethics is of importance. However, he believes it is key for practicing Anthropologist’s to understand not only their own Code of Ethics but any Code of Ethics that may be relevant in their currently work place. In addition, he placed a lot of emphasis of informed consent and not harming your subjects during research studies.
The Ethics Code is intended to support us in differentiating between suitable and deplorable behavior in regards to all individuals. When working with adolescents and children, the guidelines become a little more ambiguous. Adolescents require consent from a legal guardian in most cases to seek treatment, but confidentiality permits some information discussed from being released to the parent that requested the treatment. When working with youth the primary focus can include not only the ethical decision, but the legal and moral decisions, as well.
D) Relevant ethical codes that can be applied to the articles (please be sure which code of ethics you are citing) and how you would apply such code(s).
Autonomy - this principle means that it is a form of personal liberty; the individual is free to make choices and to implement those decisions, free from deceit, duress, constraint or coercion. The nurse has the right to make choices that will benefit the patient and the decision to implement them without fear of being reprimanded. The nurse has gone to school to learn the trade of caring for people and has the competence to use what has been learned. Nurses are also learning everyday while on the job and their knowledge is continuing to grow from this.
The illegal narcotic drug problem in the United States is a growing problem and is
"Our results indicate that the informal methods ("manager sets an example" or "social norms of the organization") are likely to yield greater commitment with respect to both employee attitudes than formal methods ("training courses on the subject of ethics") (Adam, et al, 2004).
The formal definition of ethics is as follows, moral principles that govern a person’s behaviour or the conducting of an activity or alternatively the branch of knowledge that deals with moral principles. (Ethics definition: dictionary.com, 2014)