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Does your organization address ethical issues in a formal and systematic way? If so, is it a cookie-cutter, one-size-fits-all approach or has the organization customized an ethical culture to match its unique needs? Please provide examples. i don't have a job so how can do this?

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    You can draw from experiences of your own previous work or school. Also -- talk with people who have jobs.

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    so what is a example?

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    The school system for which I taught usually addressed ethical issues in a formal and systematic way. Laws and union relations demanded that each issue be resolved ethically.

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    ok thank u so much!! :)

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    Does your organization address ethical in a formal and systematic way? HOW HAS THE ORGANIZATION CUSTOMIZED AN ETHICAL CULTURE TO MATCH IT;S UNIQUE NEED?

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