Rachael Consulting treats its clients as well as its employees with the utmost respect. III. Standards and Procedures 1) All employees of Rachael Consulting must abide by all local, state and federal regulations. This includes but is not limited to any certifications required to perform work duties. 2) The Code of ethics here at Rachael Consulting is strongly enforced.
We all have an obligation to observe this Code of Ethics, not only to ensure that operations are conducted according to the law, but also to ensure the application of the highest standards and principles of corporate social responsibility. We also invite you to ask or report bad behaviors you have observed. It is Star Management & Consulting, Inc. policy not to retaliate against any person who reports in good faith. I am sure that with your support, enthusiasm, and commitment we are going to continue building the future as Star Management & Consulting, Inc. moves forward. Section II: Procedures & Standards: A.
Every business organization, no matter the size, industry, or scope, benefits from having a set of guiding principles that govern its conduct (Ethical Code). Ethical business professionals are, by and large, trustworthy, fair, impartial, respectful of others, and concerned about the impact of their actions on co-workers and their company. • Become familiar with the practice of ethical thoughtfulness in everyday transactions, within and beyond the workplace. • Identify critical ethical issues in business. • Identify, understand, and explain the basic ethical theories that structure contemporary business thought.
The most important purposes behind the Code of Professional Conduct are to protect the investor, the employee, and the creditor. These are important because it is these people that make the company what it is. The people that see the financial statements for a company deserve to know the truth about how the company is doing and these rules are put into place to ensure that. If financial information is misstated the investors may think a company is
All of Domino's managers are expected to lead by example and communicate a real concern for the observance of these ethical guidelines. PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY Each of us should take pride in the high standard of conduct that has always identified us as Domino employees. Let us resolve together to continue to be a Group which will tolerate nothing less than complete honesty, fairness and integrity in our dealings with all individuals, social groups, businesses and government institutions that depend on
Kokemuller defines legal and ethical practices clearly stating, “Legal practices refer to processes and policies to abide by the law. Ethical practices refer to efforts to meet stakeholder expectations for business activities” (Kokemuller). Zions Bancorporation created the Code of Business Conduct and Ethics Handbook to cover all ethical issues Zions believed should be addressed in its company. There are legal laws all employees of Zions must abide by, but Zions clearly defined all ethical expectations for the company as
The AMA code asks members to apply the basic rule of professional ethics, which is to not knowingly do harm. It also asks members to follow all applicable laws and regulations. 2. Describe the role of the Ethics Officer in a corporation. What are the fundamental building blocks of a good, comprehensive ethics program that is created for the purpose of educating employees?
w How Ethical is Capital One? Cora Jasmin Lewis Harding University Abstract Capital One strives to maintain the highest level of ethics and integrity in the workplace. Values, morals, and integrity have always been a part of Capital One and its affiliates. Capital One focuses on two values Excellence and Do the Right Thing, these values describe who the organization is at the core as a financial institution. The Capital One culture is built on a set of shared values that are the company’s guiding principles.
Accountants have ethical responsibilities to many different parties, both internal and external to the company. The AICPA is used as a foundation because it covers professional conduct, integrity and general standards accounting principles. The code provides an ethical outline that all CPA members must adhere to. Accounting rules, regulations, and codes exist to ensure that the information presented is accurate and faithful to the financial circumstances. The AICPA is recognized as an authoritative source used to clarify accounting principles by offering guidance on official standards, new developments, and specific advice for accountants.
They both have clauses that the other one does not have. When comparing the two they both have codes that state that the software engineer has the responsibility concerning safety, to be honest, and to be fair. The differences in code were that the IEEE has a code for bribery; The ACM Code of Ethics has a more in depth code than the IEEE Code of Ethics does. These codes combined to develop eight Codes of Ethics and they are the following: Public - software engineer should act consistently with the public interest. Client and employer - should act in a manner that is in the best interests of their client and employee.