Citations with the tag: PROFESSIONAL ethics
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- Professional ethics.
Wong, Pansy // Chartered Accountants Journal; Oct97, Vol. 76 Issue 9, p45
Focuses on the professional ethics and standards in New Zealand. Role of the media in exposing professional discrepancies; Reputation of esteemed New Zealand professions; Importance of gaining professional respectability.
- The essence of a profession.
Hagen, John C. // Chartered Accountants Journal; Nov97, Vol. 76 Issue 10, p41
Discusses the importance of the code of ethics in a profession. Definition of the code of ethics; Legislation for the protection of individual rights; Importance of corporate governance; Benefits of codes of conduct; Development of a personal code of ethics; Problems in a professional life.
- What would you do?
Hagen, John C. // Buildings; Sep97, Vol. 91 Issue 9, p75
Presents answers to questions concerning ethical dilemma. How property professionals deal with ethical scenarios.
- Cutting up.
Klara, Robert // Restaurant Business; 05/01/97, Vol. 96 Issue 9, p18
Presents the top ten factors that could trigger workers to act unethically or illegally.
- The difficult coworker: Restoring peace in the office.
DeMars, Nan // Secretary; Jun/Jul97, Vol. 57 Issue 6, p27
Presents a case of an employee who had a discussion with the coworker and works on the peace restoration in the office. Significance of reviewing professional goals; Reassessing working relationships; Steps in reopening the discussion to bridge communication gap. INSET: New case..
- How to.
Allerton, Haidee E. // Training & Development; Aug97, Vol. 51 Issue 8, p8
Cites the terms that corporate star performers should never say.
- Implications of codes of ethics.
Webster, George D. // Association Management; Dec95, Vol. 47 Issue 12, p119
Focuses on the legal implications of enforcing codes of ethics. Likelihood of suit; Practical problems with codes.
- Morality in Media.
Schwalm, Steve // Human Events; 9/27/96, Vol. 52 Issue 36, p19
Focuses on the activities by the Morality in Media organization. Background to the establishment of the group; Aims of the group; Comment by Robert W. Peter, president of the group.
Schwalm, Steve // Bangladesh Country Review; 2010, p106
The article focuses on the work ethics observed by Bangladeshis based on their culture in Bangladesh.
- Ethics under the gun.
Cossette, Gilles // CMA Magazine; Mar1994, Vol. 68 Issue 2, p23
Focuses on professional ethics. Public's decreasing confidence in a wide number of pillars of society; Improvement of ethical standards.
- Professional relationships in the workplace: Applying the...
Hybben-Stehr, Lois // Primarily Nursing; Jan/Feb94, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p7
Opinion. Presents views on professional relationships in the workplace. Effects of neglectful, disrespectful or abusive relationships; Responsibility of each individual for reversing an abusive environment.
- Poll: Health care flunks ethics compliance.
Hybben-Stehr, Lois // Health Facilities Management; Nov96, Vol. 9 Issue 11, p8
Reports on the results of a study on effective ethics compliance among health care organizations compared with companies in the United States. Percentage of health organizations that implements codes of conduct; Indications of poor ethics compliance environment; Factors that affect poor ethics...
- It's time for primary prevention to create a code of ethics.
Hybben-Stehr, Lois // Addiction Letter; Dec93, Vol. 9 Issue 12, p1
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- Will I be able to make the right choices?
Judson, Karen // Career World; Mar1993, Vol. 21 Issue 7, p4
Explains how to define moral principles or values in the workplace. How to identify values; How to determine if a company functions within a certain ethical environment; Why some employees act unethical; Three real-life scenarios on ethical dilemmas in the workplace; Worksheet on ethical...
- Toot toot for the jackpot.
Gilbert, Nick // FW; 8/16/94, Vol. 163 Issue 17, p30
Reports on professional ethics of employees of corporations in the United States. Exposition of company wrongdoings; Examples of employee exposition of illegal activities in their companies; Company retaliation; Exposition procedures.
- Learning to keep your ego in check will help advance your career.
Lewis, Bob // InfoWorld; 1/20/97, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p64
Discusses several points about the ethics of power. Edge of the slippery slope; Means and ends; Gut feeling.
- Reporting unethical behavior.
Worthley, John A. // Healthcare Executive; Mar/Apr1997, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p44
Suggests on how to raise timely the question of unethical decisions in the workplace. Key issues of judgment and accountability; Existence of a formal accountability mechanisms; Consideration of various options; Existence of a formal review procedure; Discussion with a friend concerning the...
- Employees Rate Ethics Environment.
Worthley, John A. // Internal Auditor; Feb2002, Vol. 59 Issue 1, p17
Focuses on the results of the report '2001 National Employee Benchmark Study,' conducted by Walker Research on employees' belief on ethics in the work environment. Employees' knowledge on ethics or policy violations; Some of the violations identified.
- Collection Development and Professional Ethics.
Smith, Allen; Reiner, Laura // Journal of Academic Librarianship; Jan2000, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p75
Presents a summary of the report `Collection Development and Professional Ethics,' by Kenneth Frazier, which appeared in the 1999 issue of the `Journal of Library Administration.'
- The innocent are dragged out and shot.
Khol, Ronald // Machine Design; 9/10/93, Vol. 65 Issue 18, p3
Editorial. Discusses the practice of corporate leaders of looking for scapegoats among the rank and file for their inadequacies. Comparison with risks of political leaders; Strategy that helps make the process democratic; Financial reward for corporate personnel fired.
- Trash talk.
Khol, Ronald // Quill; Apr96, Vol. 84 Issue 3, p4
Reports that Morality in Media has focused on offensive television programming in February 1996 with its fifth annual Turn Off TV Day.
- Successful professional practice starts with integrity.
Redmond, Jack // Inside Tucson Business; 4/15/96, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p18
Details a three-tiered approach involving integrity, innovation and information to ensure the success of a professional practice. Mastery of technical, legal and ethical processes; Personal networking and referral development; Donation of skills to worthy nonprofit organizations; Registration...
- Preparation for crisis.
Russell, Grant // CMA Magazine; Jul/Aug93, Vol. 67 Issue 6, p6
Discusses the foundations of a good ethical judgment. Good character resulting from living a life based upon principles; Ethical courage, Awareness of ethical concerns; Marketability; Peer support.
- A reference for the hard of hiring.
Russell, Grant // Management; Sep95, Vol. 42 Issue 8, p126
Suggests key phrases that can be used for a code to describe employees. Includes `a team player'; `Dedicated to family'; `Has minor health problems'.
- ARMA international's code of professional responsibility.
Pemberton, J. Michael // Records Management Quarterly; Jul92, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p42
Examines the importance of a code of ethics in the professionalization of occupations and provides the background of ARMA International code of responsibility. Remarks of ARMA's Board of Directors about developing an ethical code; Text of the code of professional responsibility; Purposes and...
- Book review: Care in everyday life. An ethic of care in practice.
Tschudin, Verena // Nursing Ethics; Nov2012, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p853
The article reviews the book "Care in Everyday Life. An Ethic of Care in Practice," by M. Barnes.
- The media's wacky watchdogs.
Queenan, J. // Time; 8/5/1991, Vol. 138 Issue 5, p54
Surveys the group of full-time media bashers who publish a lot of newsletters and which now abound on the left and the right: Morality in Media, Facts and Logic About the Middle East (FLAME), and the granddaddy, Accuracy in Media (AIM). Reed Irvine's 22-year-old right-wing organization prints a...
- Honour among professionals.
Woodard, Joe // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine; 5/24/93, Vol. 20 Issue 23, p27
Investigates the attempt by the Law Society of Alberta to establish a new code of professional conduct, which critics are already saying may constitute a `gag-order' on individual lawyers, making it harder for them to criticize the conduct of their colleagues and their society. Alberta Civil...
- Research: The implications for professional practice.
Woodard, Joe // Emergency Librarian; May/Jun90, Vol. 17 Issue 5, p35
Presents the research finding on the implications for professional practice. Comments on the research finding; References used on the research.
- Focusing on core competencies.
Penniman, W. David // Journal of Academic Librarianship; Sep91, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p211
Discusses about the competencies for staff and place significant and appropriate emphasis on the need for research libraries to be flexible in structures. Strategies for reformation of future educational systems for librarians.
- Bu$ine$$ ethic$.
Keane, Marta M. // ASHA; Feb94, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p47
Discusses the concept of professional ethics. Understanding the meaning of the word `ethics'; Council on Professional Ethics (COPE) of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (1993); Responsibilities of persons in the business of providing services for reimbursement; Ethical...
- Don't leave religion out of the classroom.
Schiltz, Patrick J. // U.S. Catholic; Jan98, Vol. 63 Issue 1, p22
Opinion. Comments on the need for professionals to use the same moral compass in all aspects of their lives. Difficulty of resisting the lure of money; Willingness of educators to discuss with students the religious convictions that the students have already developed; Impact of the almost...
- Professional responsibility.
Dougherty, Jude P. // World & I; Oct96, Vol. 11 Issue 10, p320
Focuses on professional responsibility. Definition; Duties under professional responsibility; Responsibility and authority; Acceptance of personal responsibility; Irresponsibility; Need for professional to attend to the larger scheme of morality.
- 5 tips for professional development training.
Dougherty, Jude P. // NEA Today; Oct96, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p15
Presents five tips for professional development training. Importance of keeping records of your professional development activities; What to tell supervisors in relation to your development training.
- A New Ethics Code as a Tool for Innovations in Ethical Practice.
Tarvydas, Vilia; Cottone, R. Rocco; Saunders, Jodi S. // Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin; Jul2010, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p195
The article discusses various reports published within the issue such as one on the major elements of the information base used to structure the 2010 Code of Professional Ethics for Rehabilitation Counselors and one on the code changes and issues concerning educators, researchers, and...
- Academy of Management.
Tarvydas, Vilia; Cottone, R. Rocco; Saunders, Jodi S. // Academy of Management Perspectives; Nov2008, Vol. 22 Issue 4, Following p88
The text of the Code of Ethics of the Academy of Management, a professional organization, is presented.
- An Ethics Primer.
Smith, Barry D. // CPCU eJournal; May2002, Vol. 55 Issue 3, p1
Editorial. Comments on the ethical behavior in business. Foundations of ethical behavior; Technique of motivating ethical decision making; Systematic approach to ethical decision making.
- Physician's failure to come to hospital leads to settlement with physician, defense verdict for hospital.
Delaney, Blake J. // Healthcare Risk Management; May2008 Supplement, Vol. 30, p1
The article focuses on topics related to the failure of physicians to come to the hospital to physically evaluate his patient.
- Excess entertainment of educational experience?
Liebman, Milton // Medical Marketing & Media; Jul98, Vol. 33 Issue 7, p38
Questions the professional ethics of drug companies in the United States, who entice physician to attend Code of Medical Ethics programs, with expensive fringe benefits. Types of benefits being offered; Criticism of the benefits by the American Medical Association (AMA); What the AMA considers...
- Ethics for Prosperity.
Koestenbaum, Peter // Executive Excellence; Jun2003, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p19
Offers advice to managers on ways to increase business profits with ethics. Ethics through attitudes and actions; Foundation of leadership; Principle of leadership.
- Leaders with Integrity.
Zenger, Jack; Folkman, Joe // Executive Excellence; Jun2003, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p20
Offers advice on how to recruit executives with high ethical standards. Factors that influence managers to be unethical; Companion behaviors; Honesty and integrity of an executive.
- A Leader of Ethics.
Bethel, Sheila Murray // Executive Excellence; Sep2003, Vol. 20 Issue 9, p19
Provides insights into becoming a highly ethical business leader. Incorporation of human values and solutions; Importance of developing wisdom and judgement; Benefits of sharing one's values.
- Searching for the Hot Button.
Cathcart, Jim // Executive Excellence; Aug99, Vol. 16 Issue 8, p8
Discusses seven natural values of people and how to use them to motivate employees. Definition of natural values including sensuality; Empathy; Wealth; Suggested incentives to cater to the values.
- Education versus service.
Wright, Charles J. // Canadian Journal of Surgery; Feb2001, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p65
Reports the challenges facing surgical training programs in balancing the various demands on time in Canada. Role models in the clinical setting; Difficulty in constructing an effective educational program; Views of The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada on the issue.
- Organizational Influences on Approaches to Ethical Decisions by Professionals: The Case of Public Accountants.
Gunz, Hugh P.; Gunz, Sally P.; McCutcheon, John C. // Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences (Canadian Journal of; Mar2002, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p76
Presents a study that examined possible organizational influences on the way employed professionals, particularly public accountants, approach ethical dilemmas. Influence of company size on ethical behavior; Reasons behind the influence; Implications of the results.
- Love and manage.
McNeil, Jann // Chartered Accountants Journal; Sep97, Vol. 76 Issue 8, p71
Focuses on practice obligations of chartered accountants for maintaining client loyalty. Advantages of a stable client base; Ways of developing client dependence; Benefits of regular client contact.
- The one stop professional?
McNeil, Jann // Chartered Accountants Journal; Oct97, Vol. 76 Issue 9, p30
Focuses on the professional responsibilities of accountants when dealing with their clients. Development of client businesses; Client expectation; Business plans; Determination of networking needs; Ways of safeguarding professional practice.
- Ethics research in accounting.
Gallhofer, Sonja; Haslam, Jim; Lehman, Glen // Chartered Accountants Journal; Nov97, Vol. 76 Issue 10, p19
Discusses the importance of ethics research in the practice of accountancy. Importance of ethical issues for practicing accountants; Ways to improve the ethical conduct of accountants; Contribution of academics in the ethical awareness and conduct of accountants.
- Falling standards a challenge.
Ferrers, Tony // Chartered Accountants Journal; Nov97, Vol. 76 Issue 10, p23
Discusses several issues that confront the Code of Ethics of professional accountants. Release of the International Education Guideline and the Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants; Knowledge and skills of accountants to meet the challenges of the 21st century; Monitoring of continuing...
- Cash for comment prompts concern.
Ferrers, Tony // Chartered Accountants Journal; Sep99, Vol. 78 Issue 8, p31
Reports that cash for comments or paid presentation of comments from people of authority raised concerns among concerned entities. Examples of cash for comments cases; Critics' claims that people should the difference between personal views and advertising.