Code of ethics

Code of ethics refers a formal statement of an organization’s primary values and the ethical rules expects its employees to follow.

Code of ethics means formal guidelines for the ethical behavior of individuals in an organization fob or profession.

Code of Ethics is a statement spelling out exactly what an organization considers ethical behavior.

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