Ethical Culture


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Eth′ical Cul′ture


n.
a movement founded by Felix Adler in 1876 that stresses ethical behavior independent of religious beliefs.
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Earlier on in her welcome remarks, the acting senior assistant director, corruption prevention division at Directorate on Corruption and Economic Crime (DCEC) Ms Mophutholodi Molatudi mentioned that an ethical culture in any business organization is one of the best ways to gain investor and public confidence adding that she encouraged employee awareness on ethical standards that must be enhanced by adopting codes of conduct for employees, strengthening internal control systems and enhancing training on ethics and values.
9 million of series 2015 revenue bonds issued by Build NYC Resource Corporation on behalf of the Ethical Culture Fieldston School (ECFS or Fieldston).
Codes of conduct, ethics policies, compliance measures and articulated values just become boxes to check and words on the wall without efforts to instill an ethical culture in the daily actions of the company.
IMA[R] (Institute of Management Accountants) has long considered an organization's ethical culture to be significant and includes "advocacy of the highest ethical and best business practices in management accounting and finance" in its mission statement.
Do not miss Exclusive Day 3 Ethics and Culture Boot Camp, a learning platform on how to shape ones action and thinking towards creating and sustaining ethical culture in the boardroom by Annamarie Van Der Merve, Member King Committee, South Africa.
Talal Abu-Ghazaleh, TAG-Knowledge Society (TAGKS) organized an awareness workshop on "Work Ethics" for a group of young people from various organizations, with the aim of raising awareness on ethical culture in the workplace.
Ethics and the Internal Auditor's Political Dilemma: Tools and Techniques to Evaluate a Company's Ethical Culture
A Question of Ethics, though looking at the finance industry, is a bit of a case study relevant to all businesses--on the importance of an ethical culture.
And while much can be learned from studying and thinking about these factors individually, taken together, they create something much more profound--an ethical culture.
What it takes is a strong ethical culture that is so fully intertwined with everyday business practices that doing the right thing is never questioned.
HMIC has seen an ethical culture at Cleveland Police and has praised the standards of our investigations and how we respond to serious and organised crime.
The outreach to families should facilitate movement up a good governance pathway for each family; and among the many benefits such a movement delivers is the deepening of an ethical culture, starting from within a family.