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code of ethics

Any written system of standards and ethical considerations for the persons bound. All state real estate licensing organizations have their own codes of ethics; most are based on that of the National Association of REALTORS®, which is available at www.realtor.org/mempolweb.nsf/pages/code?opendocument.

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To further address the necessity of performing the inventory services according to these established standards of doing business, NICA, the approved education source for the Inventory Institute, is currently creating a Code of Ethics course that will be included in the certification process for all industry professionals who aspire to achieve and renew their Certified Inventory Specialist designation.
The nondiscrimination section of the ACA Code of Ethics (ACA, 2005) makes it clear that the counseling profession identifies sexual orientation as aprotected class.
We embed our code of ethics in everything we do, in the way we think, speak and execute things.
In 2011, UNWTO launched a campaign to promote the adherence of private tourism enterprises and associations to the Global Code of Ethics for Tourism.
Anderson L (2009): Writing a new code of ethics for sports physicians: principles and challenges.
A Fifa statement said: "On May 24 2011, Fifa executive committee member and Concacaf general secretary Chuck Blazer reported to Fifa secretary general Jerome Valcke possible violations of the Fifa code of ethics allegedly committed by officials.
If, for example, a client claimed that a defendant breached his or her confidentiality, failed to obtain informed consent, improperly engaged in a dual relationship, or provided incompetent services, the plaintiff likely would rely in part on provisions within an applicable code of ethics.
Specifically, the code of ethics for a profession is a sanctioned guideline that must be followed in order to maintain not only one's own professional status but also the public trust of the profession itself (Malloy, Hadjistavropoulos et al.
The Handbook of the Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants contains the code of ethics for professional accountants (the Code), which has been revised by the International Ethics Standards Board for Accountants (IESBA) for improved clarity and strengthened independence requirements.
The MCI had amended the code of ethics for doctors in December 2009.
The six basic tenets of the code of ethics state that journalists and news organisations should: seek the truth and report it; be fair and impartial in their reporting and writing; avoid the appearance and reality of a conflict of interest; make independent news judgements; encourage transparency as a way to foster public trust; and advance ethical journalism and foster equal opportunity in the profession.
However, the Royal Pharmaceutical Society's code of ethics allows pharmacists the right to refuse.

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