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What are ethics?
Answer Would you entrust your money to someone you thought was unethical? Would you risk heavy fines and possible jail time for skimming funds from a client? Peopl…e who work in finance are placed in a fiduciary position of trust; first, by their employers, if they're not self-employed, but more importantly, by members of the general public, over whose assets they are given control. Their daily business is directly working with other people's money, or doing other things that affect the public's investment decisions, and if they are unethical people, their clients, and the public, are at high risk for being cheated. Finance workers are entitled to reasonable fees for their services, but they are not entitled to engage in investment activity solely to generate more commissions for themselves, or engage in any other self-dealing while they are doing their jobs on behalf of their clients. And they have to exercise reasonable care when doing their jobs. Given the many scandals of recent years, many companies have done their best to publicize their codes of ethics, and to acknowledge their responsibility to the public. These firms know that public confidence in their finance people matters a great deal, and unethical behavior (or even the perception of such behavior)on the part of a firm means that people will stay away from that firm, and they may stay away from all the others as well. Here is an example of a firm's publication of its code of ethics: http://www.altruistfa.com/codeofethics.htm If your work in finance requires a license, such as a Series 7 or CPA license, you will find that you will be tested on professional ethics. Once you're licensed, you will be expected to abide by those rules. And God help you if, once you get your license, you are caught violating the rules (people get caught because smart customers complain). You could lose your license. Ethical lapses took down a major public accounting firm (Arthur Andersen). If those lapses are even perceived as widespread, that perception can potentially destroy an entire industry. That is why ethics are not merely relevant. On the contrary, they're vital to the existence of the industry. They're not optional.
According to wikipedia, "Work ethic is a set of values based on hard work and diligence." When one has work ethic, they know their responsibilities to fulfil a task. Jobs alwa…ys look to employ people with work ethic. If you have the mind-set to complete a task, dedication, and commitment, you are one with a great work ethic.
ethical: right and wrong; having to do with morals, values, and requiring a prescription for purchase. sentence: new developments in medicine often lead to discussi…ons of important ethical questions.
ethics are a value system or code of honor. they help regulate fairness and truth leading to positive outcoms.
It means the morality implied by something, like how the right to privacy is implied by the Constitution. Or the moral(s) that aren't specifically stated by someth…ing. For example, the ethical implications of a policy that encouraged frequent lay-offs would be something harsh, like "survival of the fittest" or worse, like "social Darwinism." Ethical implications is how the possible outcomes of a situation will affect everyone's best interests.
Theory-based and case-based
Ethics are the set of moral principles and values that you live by and help to determine who you are in the realtionship of good or bad actions.
Ethics means someone's principle which leads to good or bad future in the process of any operation, personal or professional. Business ethics means the scale where you measure… the do's or don't for the purpose of the future of business.
The word "will" in ethics refers to human free will, which is simply our ability to make decisions. It's important to praise or blame someone only when that person has an alt…ernative. If humans lacked the freedom to make decisions, praising or blaming them would make no sense. That would be like praising or blaming a cloud for raining! Being responsible for the consequences of an act (action, decision) to do or to refrain from doing something depends upon the freedom of the actor (agent).
NO!!!!!! It's cruel and shouldn't be used to punish children. >:( Well it depends how you see it, when i was a kid round my 7 or so years my mom spanked me w…hen i did something wrong and when i say spank it was no hand she would hit me with whatever she could find. that was when i was 7 or so now i am 20 and all i can say is good thing she gave me those spankings or else i wouldn't of been the man i am today. Kids now a days are real selfish and have no manners, the other day after class me and a friend went to the store near our college and we saw this little girl from middle school screaming and cuzzing at the store owner when the store owner just gave her some advice to stay out of trouble. me and my friend felt real disgusted about it. spanking is good but that's my point of view.
An ethical wall is an environment in which an attorney or a paralegal is isolated from a particular case or client to avoid a conflict of interest or to protect a client's con…fidences and secrets.
When the society is based on Ethics its called ethicalism. It has best of Capitalism and Socialism.
Ethics in computing can be reduced to one basic and guiding principle. A computer or computer-related resource shall not be used in any capacity to injure any individual or o…ther entity.
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The washing of hands
The difference between right and wrong. Doing what is true, good, and caring is ethical; Doing things that are harmful, or intentionally mean is unethical.
Simply put, "ethics, morals and values" are the 'rules of life' we all live by. Because there are so many of us that use the English language, these three terms are closely re…lated. "Ethics" is the business term, "morals" are childrens (and adults rule) learned for association between people, and "values" generally denote that which we hold dear in our family relations. The terms vary.