Kensicki, Peter R.
January 2010
Best's Review;Jan2010, Vol. 110 Issue 9, p66
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the significance of establishing a company-wide ethics policy in encouraging professionalism within the workplace. It states that such a scheme can help organizations achieve a viable and professional policy. During implementation, it suggests that a company must select an appropriate number of major topics to be addressed by the ethics policy. It also cites the importance of writing a short statement of the expected behavior of those to whom the ethics policy applies.


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