Corporate ethics

Corporate ethics

Code of ethics for a crisis helpline for women who have been abused based on two fundamental pragmatic ethical principles related to personal crisis.

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AUD $11.00

Code of ethics re telling lies in the company.

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AUD $22.00

Code of conduct describing extortion and bribery for a corporate enterprise operating internationally.

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AUD $11.00

Code of ethics for a long day care facility.

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AUD $3.30

Initial policy statement for companies operating in trade with the US.

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AUD $11.00

Declaration on the principles behind the activities and projects of an association incorporated in Australia, made by the Management Committee and made freely available to the public.

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AUD $33.00

Code of ethics for a major scientific venture.

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AUD $11.00

Initial policy statement for associations wishing to adopt broad policy platform that complies with the Global Compact 2000.

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AUD $11.00

Initial policy statement for companies wishing to adopt broad policy platform that complies with the Global Compact 2000.

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AUD $11.00

Board policy paper providing the basis for a board resolution outlining the company's commitment to eliminating deceit and fraud.

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AUD $11.00

Code of ethics for a residential aged care facility.

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AUD $5.50

Code of ethics for an out of school hours care facility.

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AUD $22.00

Seven principles and introducing five stakeholders. A declaration on the principles behind the activities and projects of a company limited by guarantee operating as an NGO made by the Board and made freely available to the public.

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AUD $33.00

Policy statement describing a business trip, rules for athorisation of business trips, business expenditure while on a business trip, etc.

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AUD $22.00

Code of ethics for a media outlet - an understanding of the importance of media in modern society and its ability to influence the "knowledge and reason" of its audience.

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AUD $22.00

Code of conduct describing the minimum legal requirements placed upon the Company Secretary.

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AUD $33.00

Code of conduct for the minimum legal requirements placed upon the Company Secretary.

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AUD $33.00

This board policy paper provides the basis for an initial board resolution outlining the company's commitment to ethics at the highest level. It bases its commitments to ethical trade on six categories of "basic human rights and freedoms" (which it derives from the UN Declaration of Human Rights).

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AUD $22.00

Ethical note on the mission statement, both at formation and throughout the life of the company (or the government department or the NGO).

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AUD $11.00

Five principles and introducing five stakeholders. A declaration on the principles behind the activities and projects of an association incorporated in a State of Australia.

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AUD $33.00

Discussion paper and policy suggestions.

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AUD $22.00

Code of ethics for a corporation looking to set a price.

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AUD $22.00

Code of ethics re racial vilification at work. Recourse under the Racial Discrimination Act 1975, and at other levels.

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AUD $0.00

Code of ethics that looks at the issue of sexual misconduct by a priest, in his many and varied dealings with members of his parish.

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AUD $11.00

Seven principles and introducing six stakeholders. A declaration on the principles behind the cooperative's local and international trade and development made by the Management Committee or Board of Directors and made freely available to the public.

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AUD $33.00

Declaration on the principles behind the local and international activities and projects of a company limited by guarantee.

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AUD $33.00

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AUD $0.00

This is most of the code of ethics (green paper) on climate change as was sent to members and friends Oct 08. See resulting BLOGS

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AUD $0.00

Initial policy statement that complies with the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) International Business Charter for Sustainable Development, 1991.

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AUD $11.00

This is most of the code of ethics (green paper) on whether it is correct to describe the current downturn as based on human GREED or is there something more analytical we can say, as was sent to members and friends April 09.

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AUD $0.00

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Policy white paper on corporate ethics following the tabling of the Cole Royal Commission's findings on AWB's bribes in its dealings with Iraq.

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AUD $0.00

This is the code of ethics newsletter, as was sent to friends Nov 09, offering them a "free will" and launching the Ethics Online dictionary. See resulting BLOGS.

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AUD $0.00

We need to make sure that our potential customers are treated well, or do we? Are special gifts to our customers and suppliers ever ethical? What laws apply in Australia?

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The laws relating to ownership and use of assets in the mission of the company. Generating rules for compliance and rules of usage.

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Code of ethics examing our dealings in the market place.

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The mission statement usually has some form of acknowledgement of an ethical responsibility. Is the mission statement there just to make you look good; to gild the lilly?

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Key questions such as interests; conflict of interests; conflicts resolution; equity control/majority/minority interests; legal responsibilities etc.

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Code of ethics that looks at the issue of sexual misconduct at work.

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Code of ethics - sexual misconduct by a priest.

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AUD $22.00

There seems to be a grey cloud over a company's political donation, even before we begin our analysis. Is a company free to make such a donation? What laws apply to such a donation in Australia? Who should be informed of such a donation? What does the company expect in return? Is such an expectation inherently unethical?

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A code of ethics for a sales force seeking to obtain a dominant foothold in the marketplace.

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Much has been written on a new awareness and understanding of ethical responsibility in today's global corporate governance. Yet many would say the ethical statements hide a new era of harshness and a generalised removal of the duty of care.

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Code of ethics examining our responsibility to abide the law, whatever the cost?

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This code of ethics starts with an analysis of the purpose of advertising: even a purely informative ad seeks to modify consumer's behavior. This leads to a special concept of truth. How to minimise ethical concerns about advertising.

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AUD $0.00

Model for code of ethics in performance and the evaluation of performance.

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AUD $11.00

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