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QUILATAN, ALYZA MARGARETTE L.MAY 28, 2022BSA II-12SIR. JASON TRINIDAD1. Define ethics.
2. What is the basic purpose of a code of ethics for a profession?
3. Name and explain the characteristics and values associated with ethicalbehavior.HONESTY. Ethical executives are honest and truthful in all their dealings andthey do not deliberately mislead or deceive others by misrepresentations,overstatements, partial truths, selective omissions, or any other means.INTEGRITY. Ethical executives demonstrate personal integrity and the courageof their convictions by doing what they think is right even when there is greatpressure to do otherwise; they are principled, honorable and upright; they willfight for their beliefs. They will not sacrifice principle for expediency, behypocritical, or unscrupulous.PROMISE-KEEPING & TRUSTWORTHINESS. Ethical executives are worthy oftrust. They are candid and forthcoming in supplying relevant information andcorrecting misapprehensions of fact, and they make every reasonable effort tofulfill the letter and spirit of their promises and commitments. They do notinterpret agreements in an unreasonably technical or legalistic manner in order torationalize non-compliance or create justifications for escaping theircommitments.LOYALTY. Ethical executives are worthy of trust, demonstrate fidelity and loyaltyto persons and institutions by friendship in adversity, support and devotion toduty; they do not use or disclose information learned in confidence for personaladvantage. They safeguard the ability to make independent professionaljudgments by scrupulously avoiding undue influences and conflicts of interest.They are loyal to their companies and colleagues and if they decide to acceptother employment, they provide reasonable notice, respect the proprietaryinformation of their former employer, and refuse to engage in any activities thattake undue advantage of their previous positions.FAIRNESS. Ethical executives and fair and just in all dealings; they do notexercise power arbitrarily, and do not use overreaching nor indecent means togain or maintain any advantage nor take undue advantage of another’s mistakesor difficulties. Fair persons manifest a commitment to justice, the equal treatment
of individuals, tolerance for and acceptance of diversity, the they are open-

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