However, her actions breaks the ‘ACA Code of Ethics’. According to American Correctional Association, “Members shall refrain from accepting any gifts, services, or favors that is or appears to be improper or implies an obligation inconsistent with the free and objective exercise of professional duties,” expressing that no one should accept gifts from inmates. By my coworker accepting candy her credibility became murky water. If I do not report her imprudent actions I will be as ethical irresponsible as her which will not fly. On the other hand, other coworkers would not report her so, they could have power over her by blackmailing but this action is against American Correctional Association Code of Ethics, as well.
Orwell’s Six Rules 1) Do not use metaphors that you are use to reading in other texts. 2) The use of an effective shorter word is better than longer inappropriate words. 3) If you can remove an extraneous word from a sentence, do so accordingly. 4) Abstain from the use of the passive tense when the active tense is available 5) Refrain from the use of scientific jargon, and foreign words if you can find the colloquial
c) I don’t believe my organization complies with all of the requirements because I don’t work so this does not apply. d) No one is responsible in my organization to make sure these compliance laws are met because once again I do not work so this does not apply. Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA): a) It is important because it protects kids from pedophiles. b) It impacts your IT environment from possible charges in the case of a child being
It may temporarily relieve stress, but in the long run, prevents a person from learning to touch what's real and problem solve effectively. Things like drugs, television, video games, pornography, and food can become crutches. A little indulgence may be healthy, but once you start relying on these vices, you lose the courage to face life on your own, and whatever problems you have will not go away. And in
Diane might believe this is a wrongful termination because she is unreliable due excessive sick children. However, there has been no documentation to the matter or performance reviews that mention that she has been counseled on absenteeism. Greg on the other hand could believe that because he cannot work weekends due to religious reasons or disparate treatment he was let go. Cost Club is downsizing therefore, there will be no weekends work to perform or reasonable accommodations to be made on either side. Greg will not win the case based in religion discrimination.
It’s when materials are removed from things we see everyday such as TV, music, books, or the internet, because the content may appear obscene or objectionable. The first amendment states, Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise
Replace words ending in “ion” with verbs; Change “provided protection” to “protected.” Get rid of filler like “in terms of.” 7. Never use business-speak. See the first paragraph of this story and don’t use any of those awful phrases. Stay away from trite expressions like “mission-critical,” “hit the ground running,” and “think outside the box” and words like “leverage” and “impact.” I actually disagree with Garner that these phrases are always bad. Sometimes it can be useful to be trite, but only if you do it thoughtfully, aware that the expression is overused and you’re choosing it for that reason.
An example of paradox is when I stated “Stone walls don’t make a prison, nor iron bars a cage.” I used these phrase to lead into another satire element, dramatic. My dramatic statement was “but them panties should at least make a sign that says “No heat-seeking moisture missile””. I wanted to make a realistic but dramatic statement to highlight that there needs to be less sex involved. I wanted to avoid the word “penis”. I did not want the essay to be too inappropriate.
Labeling a particular crime as special or different does not deter criminals from their true intention. If we place a "special" label on certain types of murder, rape or vandalism we are not preventing the hate that is the motive for such crimes. This is not the true goal of society. Helen Dodge makes a compelling argument to shun the members of such hateful communities in her article "Special Crimes Need Special Laws", when she says that the public should band together against such forces (Dodge 140). However, even she had to admit that these special laws won't deter the criminals who practice these violent acts.
Lack of emphasis on humans makes it less personal which may confuse the reader as the people that passed are usually the main focus and something you relate to 9/11. He chose to do this, because it makes the reader feel more terror, because of how unnatural the images created are and how inconceivable it is that these things are almost like humans. The rhyming between the lines “And a cabinet spews its lunch. And a water-cooler staggers and slumps.” links the lines together in both of them Armitage is trying to describe the physical things; this objective view is refreshing and resembles humans in the towers when the plane hits. It highlights that they were just left in the towers and no one would take the machines (like the humans) out of imminent danger increasing the duration of terror felt by the workers.