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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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He also said that codes of ethics were integral for the betterment and progression of Pakistani print media.
A fundamental responsibility is to promote awareness of and adherence to the codes of ethics for nurses (the American Nurses Association and the International Council of Nurses and others.
The change starts not because the codes of ethics of the old system are completely finished off and abandoned but because the status quo loses its power to maintain the unfair system.
As NAADAC, The Association for Addiction Professionals, moves toward finalizing revisions of its Code of Ethics in 2011, it is appropriate to review generally how codes of ethics function in different contexts to affect the practice of professional addiction counseling.
Professional codes of ethics are used to guide professionals in their practice and in their moral behavior.
Akbar Sheikh of Associated Press of Pakistan suggested that a Press Council comprising representatives of journalistic organizations should be constituted to ensure implement of media codes of ethics besides ensuring media professionalism.
Comparing the various codes of ethics and professional standards governing out business to the concept of hot answering questions is an interesting exercise, one that I personally believe is long overdue.
While codes of ethics cover many circumstances, ethics evolve as business does and must come from an individual's instinct to do the right thing.
Codes of ethics are one of the important hallmarks of a profession.
Codes of Ethics are meant to be an extension of the spirit of the law, to point out what is fair, and honest, and reasonable.
Codes of ethics and moral persuasion are not enough to carry the day--in spite of 5,000 years of wonderful spiritual guidance, people continue to go off the path.
Comments by participants in research on codes of ethics suggest that employees generally tend to dismiss codes of ethics as simple restatements of common sense or common business practice or as platitudes with which no one could disagree.