Ethics and Organization

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Building an Ethical Organization Jennifer Joyner HSM/230 March 19, 2011 Rachel Smith Building an Ethical Organization The organization of Young Teen Moms is new to the community and wants to reach out and provide a safe place for young moms. I take my new position as the director of the organization very seriously and want to share my input and values of what I think the organization can benefit from. I also would appreciate receiving feedback from every employee on new policies and how to reach out to the community. The Young Teen Moms organization is a program that educates and provides young teen moms with the life tools to provide a healthy lifestyle. The organization gives free parenting classes, free baby cloths,…show more content…
Abiding by laws of the community and promoting the interest of the less fortunate. Keep the client first before your own needs when it comes to performance and professional duties. Protecting and respecting privileged information of the clients. Services provided by the organization only in the context of a professional relationship based only. If clients have a hard time understanding the literature or primary language of the associate steps should be taken to provide a translator. Associates should understand the culture of teens and know the behaviors. Associates need to understand diversity and respect race, ethnicity, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender, and age. Associates cannot disclose confidential information without consent of the client to a third party. The final code of conduct is striving for personal and professional development in yourself and associates. With these values in place makes sure that each person working within our organization models these characteristics. It helps establish priorities in daily work life and personal life and can help our organization grow. Effective organizations identify and develop a clear, concise and shared meaning of values/beliefs, priorities, and direction so that every employee understands and can

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