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Codes of conduct

Codes of conduct are rules set by a company that outline the responsibilites and proper practices of an employee.

Megan Granger

on 3 January 2013

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Transcript of Codes of conduct

Codes of Conduct Ethics Assignment Codes of conduct are rules that are from the company that outline the responsibilities and proper practices for an individual, party, or organization. What are Codes of Conduct? Golden and Silver Rules Kraft

one should treat others as one would like others to treat oneself.

one should not treat others in ways that one would not like to be treated. Silver Rule Do not do unto others what you would not have them do unto you Positive form- Negative form- Golden Rule (also known as ethic of reciprocity): the Kraft of codes of conducts are 10 short rules of ethic behavior that employees must follow. some examples of Kraft codes of conducts are: Make food that is safe to eat Market responsibly Treat people fairly Respect the free market Compete fairly Respect the environment Deal honestly with the government Keep honest books and records Never trade inside information Give Kraft your complete business loyalty Codes of Conduct Video How to make a Code of Conduct - Think in terms of values and beliefs, rather than facts - Address the organization's operations - Incorporate a unifying concept - Provide clear expectations - Address the company's risks regarding business conduct - coordinate with company policies - Support the concept Principles of Ethical Conduct Bell Canada Enterprises Personal integrity - Competently and fully preforming the job - Being accountable for behaviors - supporting principles, standards and values to uphold the reputation Principles of Ethical Conduct Bell Canada Enterprises Getting Help with Ethical Issues- the Business Conduct Help Line - Ask questions you may have on the code - Speak with a manager - If the manager does not meet your needs, contact the Confidential and Anonymous Business Conduct Help Line Principles of ethical Conduct Bell Canada Enterprises Reporting a Misconduct or violation of the Code - Employees should report any actual or potential misconduct - Report the violations of codes and/or other company policies - Tell a manager - If telling a manager is inappropriate or proper punishment is not met, contact the Business Conduct Help Line we want to know. why do you think it is important for a company to have a code of conduct and to follows it? we want to know more what is an important aspect in a code of conduct?
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