It is your duty of care to safeguard individuals from harm. All employees should report any concerns of abuse they have. These might include evidence or suspicions of bad practise by colleagues and mangers, or abuse by another individual,
Those who would disagree with the idea that the panopticon is an ethical form of punishment would argue that it is wrong to leave the prisoners alone. They would have a problem with the permanent solitary confinement. They would argue that the prisoners should be allowed to leave the cell every now and then. They would have a problem with the fact that the prisoners have no privacy because of the constant visibility. They would not like the fact that the prisoners are not allowed to socialize with anyone else because they do not have a chance to make any friends or even help pass the time by just hanging out with someone who is also in their position.
Conversely, since more and more mainstream people are getting tattoos and piercings, more conservative people who are against them are now ostracizing those people from society. Tattoos and piercings are a particularly taboo subject when dealing with women who are getting tattoos and piercings. They are especially scrutinized and are considered trashy, tacky, and even to the extent of being promiscuous. Why do people have such a negative attitude toward tattoos and piercings? To put it simply, they are a unique form of self-expression and cause no harm.
Also, tattoos are seen in a negative way because they look unprofessional, so some corporations will hold strict policies against visible tattoos, especially if they need to have a good public image. Other employers that do not like tattoos will not hire somebody just because that person has tattoos. They will not mention that tattoos are the reason to not hire somebody because they do not want to be sued for discrimination, but some employers have anonymously admitted that they will not employ a person with tattoos because that can damage their public image. Besides having a negative image, tattoos are a health risk. Tattoo dyes, particularly color inks, can cause allergic reactions, even several years after the tattoo was applied.
As we are involved in an organizational setting, our main duty is to perform our work smoothly and perfectly. Most professions have internally enforced codes of practice that members of the profession must follow to prevent exploitation of the client and to preserve the integrity of the profession. This is not only for the benefit of the client but also for the benefit of those belonging to the profession. Disciplinary codes allow the profession to define a standard of conduct and ensure that individual practitioners meet this standard. Professional ethics or behavior whatever we call it can be defined through the bellow encompasses criteria.
One instance of this would be the recent scandal that has shaken not only the Sherriff’s department but the community as a whole. The chief deputy, who happens to be the school board president as well, was accused of repeated statutory rape of a minor under his command. This behavior is obviously unacceptable, but the employees of the Sherriff’s department refused to believe that their supervisor and co-worker could be capable of this kind of thing. His behavior was atrocious and if he was a regular citizen everyone would have been ready to throw him to the wolves. Because he was who he was and he did what he did for the community people believed that it was impossible for him to do the things that he was accused of.
Torture is morally wrong for people to even think about legalising this sort of practise; really gets amazement from most of the world’s population because really is pain and suffering of a human being humain at all. Nevertheless, under any circumstance it should not be allowed, other ways must be found because decisions like legalising torture, and in a civilized society is just unheard of; we do not need to legalise torture to combat terrorism, because terrorism cannot hurt us unless we allow it. We don’t even need to be discussing legalising torture in any country; there is just no need for this kind of behavior. “Even when the victim has the necessary information, torture frequently fails to extract it.” In some cases killing is absolutely right; killing someone to prevent
Policy – two parties to a dispute [Organisation] cannot offer advice to both parties as it cannot act in the best interest of both clients and its impartiality could be questioned. It may offer preliminary information to any caller on first contact with the service but should not knowingly offer advice to the second party in any dispute once the first party has consulted it. Similarly, it cannot advise a party in dispute with someone who is part of [Organisation] staff or Board of Directors. 2. Procedure to avoid
She is pretty much judging the locksmith now because his appearance of a shaved head and tattoos on his body. But the bigger problem here is that Rick is very passive in this conflict, and his resolution is to calm Jean rather than to point out the problem in a way that she is thinking now, which mainly is her bias response towards the locksmith and also the fact that the carjacking was an isolated incident by itself. Rick failed when he did not point out Jean flaw in the way that she is now thinking, which includes her racial bias comments towards the locksmith. Being car-jacked can be very scary, and can leave you traumatize, but it is not something to create a permanent scar and racial tension because the carjackers were minorities. Rick failed in his part to point out Jeans
Fester was very aggressive in his approach to solve problems; he was willing to do whatever it took to make his point. He didn’t cater to the expression of the other team members, which made others in the team think of him as an individualist and not a team player. Dr. Jerrold, the project head, brought Knowlton and Fester together after he thought he had Knowlton’s support. Bob Knowlton’s problem was his communication skills because he was not able to acknowledge his opinions, feelings, and conflicts with Fester, Jerrold, and his teammates. One could tell Fester’s presence changed this because before Fester joined the team; Knowlton often shared his feelings with Jerrold because they had an open relationship.