posted by Anonymous on .
why is the community code of ethics in human services necessary?
The Human Services Profession has earned a well deserved sleezy reputation: of violating clients trust, of misleading them or worse (ill informing) them on working conditions and rights, of acting against their clients interests, and other...
In order to attempt to clean up the industry, some professionals wrote the standards of conduct. However, there is no enforcement, unless a law is broken, and that is seldom enforced by states. The problem is the "client"is usually not the person paying for the services, and HSO quickly learn to support the money and promotion flow. Now, you can answer the question: Why is it necessary?
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