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paper will discuss the public perception of CPAs in today's society, pitfalls that they may encounter, methods to prevent some of these negative behaviors and consequences they may face should they fall short. Most "Who Do You Trust?" surveys rank politicians, lawyers and used car salesmen at the bottom and certified public accountants at the top. That is because the CPA profession has a squeaky clean image--anal-retentive little wimps who wear thick glasses and cannot get a date. CPAs are known and respected for their honesty. The profession that goes out of its way to project that image, and there is a certain amount of truth to it. Not all accountants are anal-retentive little
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in general to address the societal ethical alterations initiated by information technology.
Now let’s look at how employees in the Information expertise filed should have lucid ethical policies to adhere to along with taking an in-depth gaze at how as a society we can be proactive in eliminating ethical dilemmas by early education of our young mature persons. This paper examines three key localities, which are as pursue: societal ethical changes caused by data expertise, the ethical usage of data expertise, and the development of a cipher of ethics, which is affiliated with societal ethical changes initiated by Information Technology and the ethical usage of data Technology
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Running head: HUMAN RESOURCES ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITES AT VERIZON WIRELESSHuman Resources Department Roles and ResponsibilitiesStudent NameMGT 431Professor, Ph. D.March 9, 2005AbstractThe purpose of this paper is to describe Verizon Wireless Human Resource Department roles and responsibilities. This paper will explain how Verizon's Human Resources Department must constantly change to adapt new business strategies in specific areas like globalization, diversity and ethics to facilitate a successful business environment.Human resource roles in My OrganizationThe human resources department at Verizon Wireless performs a vital role in this successful communication company. Benefits management
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chamber of commerce. "More recently, the ICAC and six chambers of commerce joined hands to boost corporate education as a way of increasing awareness of ethics in business." The result was the founding of the Hong Kong Ethics Development Center in 1994.Among those foreign chambers of commerce, the American Chamber of Commerce has been playing an active role in promoting worker welfare and safety, and business ethics. The American Chamber of Commerce was an active participant in the establishment of the Hong Kong Ethics Development Center. "The American Chamber of Commerce is the only foreign chamber of commerce which incorporates the codes of conduct as part of their position paper
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Running Head: ENGINEERING ETHICSIs Ethics An Alien Word To The Engineering Profession?Is Ethics An Alien Word To The Engineering Profession?IntroductionIf the topic of the paper is a question then the answer is definitely "NO". It is imply because ethics and morality are the distinctive traits and characteristics attached with human beings. The creature that is devoid of it is called animal. Man must be proud of holding ethics as morality is his adornment whether he is of any rank or status or working in any capacity. All professions demand ethical practice, commitment, and honesty for these are the keys to success.Over the course of the twentieth century, new
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In financial transactions, trust is an essential ingredient. The financial reporting process helps people to create trust. However, these financial statements have to be trusted. The financial reporting process is a mean of increasing the trust placed by people in the entities which they deal through the financial statements which are prepared by accounting profession. This paper will discuss the accounting principles and theories, the creation of accounting governing organization, and public perception of CPAs in today's society, pitfalls that they may encounter, and consequences they may face should they fall short.Accounting Theories and PrinciplesWhat is accounting? Accounting is a
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honestly and that everything would be fine because she told her immediate supervisor the day she began her part-time job. That discussion took place about 6 months prior to her termination.Perhaps there were some rules that Traci were unaware of regarding having a second job while working for the company. I still wonder if this was not a case of discrimination because many employees sell products on the job and off. I have never known of an employee fired because of products sold, besides the one I am writing about in this paper. I have seen employees of companies sell jewelry, girl-scout cookies for their children, and various home-based products at work all the time. It is also possible that
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In today's modern world Human Resource roles and responsibilities include far more than managing compensation and benefits. Human Resource departments are now looked on and valued as strategic business partners in their organizations. In a world where administrative skills used to be enough; human resources now demand a skill mix that also includes consulting, coaching, and communication, along with a broad understanding of the business plan. Increasingly, organizations will seek HR professionals who can align HR strategy with business strategy (Bundy, 1997, p. 3). In this paper I will review Human Resource roles and responsibilities in response to trends in globalization, technology
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://www.cylogy.com/about/contact.htmlDorsey, Thomas A., (2005) Diversity: A World of Difference. Valuation Insights and Perspectives. Chicago: Second Quarter, Vol. 10, Iss 2; p 24-26.Lifland, Shari (2006) Ethics at work: What would you do? Career and Technical Education. Administrative Assistant's Update, p 3.Mercer Human Resource Consulting, (2006). Retrieved from the World Wide Web on 11/20/06, http://www.mercerhr.com/summary.jhtml?idContent=1090320Noe, Hollenbeck, Gerhart & Wright (2004). Fundamentals of Human Resource Management, McGraw-Hill/Irwin, 2004. New York, NY
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. The third objective, stewardship, evaluates how the nation is affected by the governments operations and investments while also assessing how the government’s financial condition has changed and how it could change in the future. The systems and controls objective basically sees if the administrative controls are up to par to ensure accurate reporting. All of these objectives were created by the FASAB in an effort to establish a clear sense of what they expected in an entity’s financial reporting.
FASAB also created standards from which it expected entities to abide by. These standards give financial reports a guideline that they are inclined to follow. Their standards are based around
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University of PhoenixHuman Resource ManagementMGT 431October 08, 2008In today's business world human resource managers (HRM) are faced with greater challenges than compensation and benefits. They are facing constant innovation in computer and information technology and a chaotic world of changing markets and consumer life styles. This paper will describe human resource (HR) roles and responsibilities in response to trends in globalization, technology, diversity, e-business, and ethics.GlobalizationIn today's business world more companies are operating across geographic boundaries. The human resource department faces challenges when organizations branch into international territories such as
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“The more one knows ethics, the more it is used and the more useful it becomes”-Plato, The quote by Plato is a reminder on just how important ethics is and how important it is to educate yourself on proper ethical practices. In the following paper I would like to look at the topic of global business ethics. Recent studies in business ethics have shown both remarkable similarities and differences across cultures with respect to attitudes toward questionable business practices. First I would like to talk about the affect that culture has on ethical behavior. Next, I would like to talk about ethical complexities and challenges facing businesses that operate internationally, mainly focusing in
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This case study has brought many issues to the forefront which happens to many businesses today. In our case, Faith Community Hospital is facing similar issues where administrative staff members down to the nurses and doctors, in other words all personnel have lost the intent and scope of the vision. As a result, the hospital has run into numerous problems. During the course of this paper we will try to define some of the problems that Faith Community Hospital is facing, and provide possible solutions with a reasonable rationale.Problem StatementThe problems at Faith Hospital seem to be many. While the hospital has a Mission Statement, it seems that everyone has their own interpretation of
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The role of Human Resource is ever changing. Based on the author of this paper's previous coursework, she will conduct some research on HR. The purpose of this paper is to evaluate and conduct research on how HR can be aligned or realigned to become a strategic business partner. The Human Resources Department is crucial to an organization and important in every organization. This paper will also explore how HR can contribute to an organization's competitive performance and describe what it means to be a strategic partner. In addition, the author will discuss ways this can be accomplished.Human Resource Department Changing RoleThe HR department is a rapidly changing department. Not too many
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As a recently hired Chief Operating Officer (COO) in a midsize company, multiple personal problems are quickly discovered that require immediate attention. As an astute manager, there is a need to analyze the employment-at-will doctrine and determine if there are any exceptions and liabilities before taking any action. In addition to the personal problems, it is discovered that the company has a no whistleblower policy. By the end of this paper, you will be able to review a summary of the employment at will doctrine, review scenarios of the personal problems of the company and determine if the employee could be legally fired, get an overview of ethical theories, identify whether or not the
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behavior of public officials, to comply with the ethics and rules of the applicable law. From the explanation and in accordance with the theory of Public Value, where there are other components that need to be involved in policy making, namely community. As cited from Stoker (2006; p. 47 – 49; O'Flynn, 2007) which tried to define the Public Value paradigm by develops four key characters. The first, argues public interventions are defined by the search for public value which contrasts with market failure justifications commonly advanced by economists. The second is, that a wide range of stakeholders involved in government activity, contrasts starkly with the traditional model and points toward a
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It is evident that higher education in the United States has gone through a tremendous transformation since its origins in the mid 1600’s. From schools whose only function was the training of ministers to the contemporary university of free and open access, both society and culture have had tremendous effects on the evolution of higher education in America. This paper will explore those transformations as related by the themes woven through the ten generations identified by. It will also offer evidence to support the identified theme of each generation.
The first generation of higher education in America saw the development of colleges as adjuncts or outgrowths of
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truthfulness and honesty and to not compromise them for advancement, honor, or personal gain. Respect superiors, subordinates, colleagues and the public. Conduct official acts without partisanship.
IV Promote Ethical Organizations: Establish procedures that promote ethical behavior and hold individuals and organizations accountable for their conduct. Provide organization members with an administrative means for dissent, assurance of due process and safeguards against reprisal. Encourage organizations to adopt, distribute, and periodically review a code of ethics as a living document (Article I, Section 4).”
In conclusion while what the soldiers did was wrong and an outrage because Joe
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I believe that the decline within ethics led to the increase in cheating on all levels. The current class filled with military members, and other public servants should be a very ethical class filled with students that choose not to cheat versus those that do. This may be an opportunity for an experiment, a chance to see if the main campus has more or less cheating than the West Point campus.
I believe that the simple consequence of cheating and plagiarism should be redoing the paper until it is right. This not only takes valuable time away from the student, but it also teaches the student through repetition. Personally, I believe that the amount of plagiarism and at what level should
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may access to the web site of
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The Immigration Department is playing an important role in various
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travel document, identity cards, and performs registration of births,
deaths and marriage, and immigration control at the entry points to
the Hong Kong Special Administrative Regions.
To ensuring that all the services delivered by the department and
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religious diversity and enforce the policy.
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In today's business atmosphere Human Resources (HR) plays an imperative role to the success of a company and/or organization. HR allows a corporation to focus by staying connected to both the corporations, objectives and business strategies. Within most companies the HR management team focuses on protecting, maintaining, and utilizing an effective work force. Furthermore HR managers, as any other manager utilizes the four basic functions of management, staffing, organizing, leading, and controlling. Throughout this paper the five ever changing roles of HR will be discussed, Globalization, Technology, Diversity, E-business, and Ethics.GlobalizationGlobalization is defined as is international
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will make visits to homes where a student is continuously absent and inform the parents that his or her child needs to be in accordance with state law.Ethics"Foster expressed the seriousness and importance of ethics in educational administration when he wrote each administrative decisions carries with it a restructuring of human life that is why administration at its heart is the resolution of moral dilemmas" (Poliner & Stefkovich, 2001, p3). While society becomes more demographically diverse public schools will need to be able to develop and foster more tolerable schools and administrators. This will mean that educators need to be able to appreciate differences within the population of
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counselors to fulfill both legal and ethical requirements. The main reason for this is that laws and ethical codes may sometimes provide differing and contradictory messages regarding the same subject. This can lead to legal ramifications, even while following ethical norms as we will look at in the example case of Woodlock v. Orange Ulster B.O.C.E.S. (2006/2008).
In Woodlock v. Orange, the school counselor, known as N.W., was advocating for systemic change on behalf of her special education students. This was well within the code of ethics. N.W. was repeatedly expressing her concerns to the administrative intern and principal. Her primary concern was a lack of certified gym and art
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There is an augmented interest in the business ethics for the past ten years. This escalating interest and desire to understand better ethical performance and decision making led to the development of many models research hard work especially about the ethical environment and ethical cultural concepts. Many models concerning these concepts refers that ethical environment in effected by the individual characteristics and appropriate factors like values, codes, rules, organizational form etc. One of the most important factors in the organization explicit factors regarding ethics is leader behavior because leaders are seen accountable for motivating moral values and ethical
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Medical ethics have indirectly regulated the patient-doctor relationship for thousands of years. Today’s health care policies are primarily designed to politically regulate that relationship in accordance to medical ethics with a great focus on the patient’s best interest. Recently, however, the emergence of many physician-owned specialty hospitals has ignited a controversial debate over the legitimacy of their entitlement to receive Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement; especially with their higher prices than their competitor public hospitals offering the same services. It was not until 2006 when supported data proved that physician-owned specialty hospitals function differently from
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uncharted territory clinicians may encounter blurred boundaries, and ethical dilemmas.
The purpose of this paper is to concentrate on the risks and benefits of therapists using the internet and electronic media to engage directly with their clients. Specifically the issues of confidentiality, boundaries, and professional liability will be explored. The matter of internet activity related to personal use, professional blogs/ websites and distance therapy will not be addressed.
The 2014 American Counseling Association’s Code of Ethics recommends that counselors take special courses to fully understand the ethical and legal considerations of social media and electronic communication
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Running Head: SARBANES OXLEY 7Sarbanes Oxley Act of 2002AccountingInstructorIn this paper the author will portray the fundamental portions of the regulatory environment which aims to ensure people in general from fraudulent activities inside corporations. The author will pay special attention to the Sarbanes Oxley Act requirement; along with evaluating whether or not the Sarbanes Oxley Act will be effective in avoiding frauds in the future.Regulatory environment comprise of a few laws and regulations that have been produced by elected, state, and neighborhood governments to utmost control over business rehearses. The administrative environment assumes a vital part in the positive operation
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status, as well as service function--service quality because they might be responsible for the large community (Van der Walt & Ingley, 2002; Forbes & Milliken, 1999; Herman &Renz, 2000). Although distinction does exist due to type of ownership, the similarity of governance ethics is obvious. As Driscoll (2001), there are several ways to add ethics to corporate governance:1.Legislation2.Jawboning3.Peer pressure4.RegulationTraining and reflectionAmong, the peer pressure and training are working better than others. At the mean time, the appointment of directors has something in common and different with the type of ownership. For instance, in most cases, a qualified candidate should
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Counsel Certain Clients. Journal of Counseling & Development. 92. 148-153.Hotelling, K. (1988). Ethical, Legal, and Administrative Options to Address Sexual Relationships Between Counselor and Client. Journal Of Counseling & Development, 67(4), 233.Isaacs, M.L. & Stone, C. (2001). Confidentiality with minors: mental health counselors' attitudes toward breaching or preserving confidentiality. American Mental Health Counselors Association. 23(4).Levenson, J.L. (1986). When a Colleague Practices Unethically: Guidelines for Intervention. Journal of Counseling and Development. 64. 316-317.Vasquez, M. T. (1988). Counselor-Client Sexual Contact: Implications for Ethics Training. Journal Of Counseling & Development, 67(4), 238.
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AbstractWith many organizations today, the managers that are managing the companies do not use ethics as a major selling point of their company. Many people today do not think about ethics until they are the ones that have been mistreated in one way or another. Implementing a strong ethical foundation in the companies in which we are involved, will greatly help the lives of everyone involved. "Accepting responsibility is the only way to take maximum control over our lives" (Downing, 2005). If managers of the companies we work for take responsibility for their actions, and do what is ethically right, we will have a good foundation for when it is time for us to take over and be the leaders in
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Question 3Why has improved corporate governance become an increasingly important topic in recent years? Consider the cost and benefits of different groups (e.g. shareholders, employees, government etc) of changing rules in corporate governance.INTRODUCTIONThis paper aims to examine why corporate governance has become increasingly important in the contemporary business environment. Additionally, it explores the cost and benefits of applying the principles and rules of corporate governance to an organisation's stakeholders. However, to effectively address this issue, I will firstly define what is meant by corporate governance.Corporate Governance DefinedThe Organisation for Economic Co
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The Song Dynasty (960-1279) was a ruling dynasty in China. This dynasty is divided into two periods: Northern Song and Southern Song. Social life was vibrant in the Song dynasty. Literature and knowledge were enhanced by wood block printing and movable type printing. Confucianism infused with Buddhist ideals emphasized a new organization of classic texts brought out the core doctrine of Neo-Confucianism. The civil service examinations became more prominent in the Song period. Administrative sophistication and complex organization was during this era. Song Dynasty was prosperous in many respects of the society. Even though this dynasty was technologically and culturally advanced, Song people
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The Song Dynasty (960-1279) was a ruling dynasty in China. This dynasty is divided into two periods: Northern Song and Southern Song. Social life was vibrant in the Song dynasty. Literature and knowledge was enhanced by wood block printing and movable type printing. Confucianism infused with Buddhist ideals emphasized a new organization of classic texts brought out the core doctrine of Neo-Confucianism. The civil service examinations became more prominent in the Song period. Administrative sophistication and complex organization was during this era. Song Dynasty was prosperous in many respects of the society. Even though this dynasty was technologically and culturally
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stakeholders of the University. In order to meet their needs, the University cascades the objectives to some specific IT objectives, such as develop cloud, social networking, to align them together.
Enabling a holistic approach (driven by culture, ethics and behaviour enabler) We are aware of our responsibility to future generations to minimize our adverse impact on the environment. We will pursue technology solutions to reduce use of paper, and we will embrace online collaboration solutions to reduce travel. At the same time, we will exploit visualization and cloud solutions to reduce the environmental footprint of our use of IT (7/Strategies). Enablers are usually driven by the goal
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The aim of this paper is to discuss the challenges of values-based decision-making ethics in the current marketplace. This discussion will include the research findings on the four markets for potential expansion and an assessment of the current social and political climate of each. A recommendation will offer three best fits based on a comparison of company values, and will include detailed rational for these choices.
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According to Ferrell (2004), “Organizations create ethical or unethical corporate cultures based on leadership and the commitment to values that stress the importance of stakeholder relationships. Establishing and
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For this paper I will be talking about the analysis of personal and organizational ethics and values between the For-Profit and Not-for-Profit Organizations. The two organizations that I’ve chosen are Acer and Habitat for Humanity. I chose the two organizations off a whim, sometime ago I’ve either read something about them or overheard about them in a conversation. Throughout this class I found myself enjoying doing research on these organizations as for the writing about them not so much.
The Not-For-Profit Organization that I have chosen is Habitat for Humanity. Habitat for Humanity is an organization that is global child labor laws are not an issue for them since their workers are
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differentiate its products more and may be attractive to company managers. "The products released, like the iPod, the iPhone, the Mac, and even the companies software, are innovative in their respective categories with finite market brands. The release and marketing of the company's products follow a unique method" (Apple, 2010).Strategically, Apple should stick with what works, in terms of effective marketing.Raw materialsApple has made it known that they take part in the "go green" act of this generation in efforts to recycle and become more energy and resource efficient. Apple uses very simple materials such as glass, plastic, metal, paper, ink.The company's sales, assets and number of
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of liberal thought. Whilst liberal rights can be understood as the freedom to pursue individual interests, they are best considered the product of a strong liberal state and the rule of law. Therefore, when considering laws which respect or interfere with our freedoms, it may be problematic to consider them in terms of simple binaries as different laws affect liberties in different ways. While some writers have questioned the value of liberty in pursuing a meaningful life , this paper views liberal values as key in a functioning democratic society. The importance of liberal values becomes increasingly important with the emergence of transnational terrorism. This is because it introduces new
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the real world and about to start our journey into our field placement this upcoming fall semester, a general reaction we all secretly felt was the doubts in our head and questions of “Is this the career for me?” “Do I possess the certain attributes needed to be successful?” Those questions we have concluded that yes we do possess the certain attributes needed to be successful, when we walked into both Practice Methods Practice Methods II and I. We obtained the knowledge about leadership in the macro practice setting and throughout this paper, I will be applying the concepts I’ve learned over the semester and evaluate my leadership qualities over different time frames in my life: past
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Leadership styles and professional images are changing from the once unapproachable, egocentric executives to leaders who have humility and present a servant style leadership. Are these changes earnest or an attempt to modify negative perceptions of leaders engaging in corporate scandals and unethical behavior? Scholastic researchers identified positive shifting of paradigms towards expected characteristics and behavior. The identified changes include better codes of ethics, recognizing social capital, and evoking empowering leadership at all levels (Francis, Huang, Rajgopal, & Zang, 2008; García-Sánchez, Rodríguez-Domínguez, & Gallego-Álvarez, 2013; Makri & Scandura, 2010
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ourselves permits us to achieve greater stability and safety.
Eriksson (2013) argued that, in a constantly changing environment, when times are usually difficult and uncertain, we have a need to produce a sound, unwavering center. He a fact that, when we adopt changeless and timeless ideas – for example trust, justness, service, valor, humility, ethics, human self-esteem, contribution, progress and empowerment – while core valuations, we anchorman and permit ourselves to adapt and reply to forces involving change.
Borg (2013) in addition recognised the constancy involving change, and challenged people to discover their ‘true north’ permit them not just to handle change but additionally
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to teaching was not a calculated decision; nevertheless I have grown as a lecturer – achieving a grade 1 during the college’s last OFSTED inspection. These experiences helped develop my organisation, administrative and some of the research skills, plus, strong communication and interpersonal skills are additional strengths – essential in my current role and will be needed throughout this programme.
Recently I completed both paper-based and online personality tests and the strengths, values and characteristics matched what I have been told of my personality. The questionnaire result is that of an Introverted Sensing Personality type; the dominant traits - dependability, reliability
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INTRODUCTION For as long as policing has existed in America, there has been misconduct and corruption associated with any given policing agency. Police officer malfeasance can range from minor cases of misconduct to the downright criminal acts that are considered to be corruption. It is important to state here that not all police officers are guilty of misconduct and/or corruption, but like everything in our media-based society, the ?bad? cops are of much more interest and therefore are what this paper will focus on.Merriam-Webster online (2005) defines misconduct as ?1: mismanagement especially of governmental or military responsibilities; 2: intentional wrongdoing; specifically
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digital media. This issue includes hacking, phishing, copyright, downloading, cyber bullying, etc. The issue discussed in this paper, is the most problematic and troublesome - Hack.
According to Wikipedia (2013b), hacker is someone who attack and seek into a computer system or network. They may motivated by different kinds of reason such as profit, to protest, to challenge a system, to grab information, etc. There are 3 types of hacker which can be classified into white hat, black hat, and grey hat. White hat hacker breaks the computer security for non-malicious reasons where they are actually to test their own security system. Black hat hacker violates the computer ethics and hacks system
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Bribery and Extortion in International transactionsIn my Term Paper I would to cover very difficult subjects which are Bribery and Extortion committed in transactions, first let us present short definition and its descriptions:Bribery is the practice of offering professional money or other favors in order to go around ethics in a variety of professions. It is a form of corruption and is generally illegal, or at least cause for penalties from professional organizations.For example, a motorist may bribe a police officer not to issue a ticket for speeding, a citizen seeking paperwork or utility line connections may bribe a functionary for faster service, a construction company may bribe a
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. Ethics is the act of doing what is right, because it’s right. An ethical individual in a leadership role is able to motivate his or her team by gaining their respect and trust. In a business environment, the ethical actions of leadership will have a far-reaching effect on numerous entities, e.g., the organization, its customers, and employees, including new leadership personnel.
My personal view is that ethics is the most important quality in the leadership role. Even though I am an RN IV staff nurse and Relief Charge Nurse, I spend a large percentage of my scheduled work hours functioning in an administrative, leadership capacity. I maintain the electronic scheduling system and time keeping