Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Be ethical

To be ethical means to do what is morally right. Do what is truthful and fair. Respect the law, the authorities, the clients, and other people.

1. Give people their due. If you owe people money, pay them back. If you work for an employer, work hard and give them their money's worth. If you have clients, give them the best service possible. Give justice to people and you give them what is their due.

2. Tell the truth. Say the facts and give your opinion honestly and candidly. If you cannot tell the truth, simpy say, "I cannot tell you." If people ask you something that you are uncomfortable discussing, ask them why they're asking. They might just be curious, and if so, you don't have to give them details.

3. Be loyal. Do not speak ill of others if you can help it. Yes, you should tell the truth, but try to stick to the facts. If you are asked an opinion, give your honest opinion. Speak well of good people.

4. Do no harm. This means we do not do evil and illegal acts, and we do not tolerate people who d. If we know something bad, we stop it and speak up against it. We can and should protest injustice, but we must first investigate the facts and think of the consequences before we speak our mind.

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