Code of Conduct Assignment

Code of Conduct Assignment - Lindsey Duff September 18,...

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Lindsey Duff September 18, 2011 ACC 456 : Monday As I will begin a full-time career in the business world in a few short months, many experiences will arise along my path. While the business environment is opportunistic, it also forces us to face challenges and difficult choices. There are often decisions that must be made that do not always have clear-cut lines as to what the “right” or ethical choice is. In order to aid in this decision process, most companies establish a Code of Conduct to guide their employees toward the type of behaviors expected. Because I have just recently become employed with Ernst & Young, I decided to analyze their Code of Conduct. After reading through our Code, I noticed several statements that will pose a challenge for myself. Specifically, EY’s Code of Conduct states that we are committed to working in diverse teams. Also, we as professionals shall not hide or ignore any issues that may arise. These expectations seem standard, however, as a student at Miami
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2011 for the course ACC 456 taught by Professor Jameskaterakis during the Fall '11 term at Miami University.

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