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Penn State is committed to educating about and promoting research ethics within the University community. The need for research integrity crosses all disciplines and areas of focus. Regulations range from federal laws governing the conduct of scientific research to University and professional policies prohibiting falsification and plagiarism. As research has become more complex, more collaborative, and more costly, issues of research ethics have become similarly complex, extensive, and important. Issues in research ethics now extend to appropriate methods for data "cleaning" in ...
(論語), a collection of "brief aphoristic fragments", which was compiled many years after his death. For nearly 2,000 years he was thought to be the editor or author of all the Five Classics (五經) 1 such as the Classic of Rites (禮記) (editor), and the Spring and Autumn Annals (春秋) (author). Kong Qiu (孔丘), as Confucius is commonly known, is a combination of his surname (孔) and his given name (丘), and he was also known as Zhong Ni (仲尼), which is his courtesy name . He was born in 551 BCE in the Lu state (This state was in the south of modern-day Shandong Province) in the later days of the Spring and Autumn Period . Confucius ...
REVIEWS AND OPINIONS
Professionalism in Projects
EDITOR’S NOTE: Recently, we sought the opinions of leading project management social media personalities for their views on what constitutes a professional project manager. Responses were to be culled into an article for the May edition of Project Management Tipoffs, the newsletter from Arras People (due out Thursday). Many replies came back, one from today’s guest blogger Dr. Ed Wallington. If you want to learn more about project management and professionalism, subscribe today to Project Management Tipoffs , and your free edition will be in your Inbox tomorrow! The Oxford English dictionary states that ... market research, surveys and trends
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ARLINGTON, VA, May 14, 2010 – A team of commissioners and staff from the independent federal Commission on Wartime Contracting in Iraq and Afghanistan has arrived in Iraq for an extended examination of issues with the use and oversight of private security contractors. Commission staff will also be briefed on overall contracting practices supporting the U.S. military drawdown in Iraq. Thousands of private security contractor employees work in Iraq for the Departments of Defense and State, and for the U.S. Agency for International Development. Working for companies like Aegis, DynCorp, and Triple Canopy, private security ... market research, surveys and trends

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approximately $125 million on stock options. Indeed a ..... dition it meet a 50 percent threshold of employees from social service agen- ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Global Integrity Survey | Enterprise Risk Management Initiative ...
analyzed corporate integrity and ethics programs around the globe to get an idea of their effectiveness and importance in the marketplace. The survey was performed by an advisory group of compliance professionals from February 2nd to March 31st 2009. It was conducted online at Compliance Week’s website and surveyed over 200 individuals, 157 of which were complete, usable, and appropriate. Respondents included: 89 NYSE companies 23 NASDAQ companies 22 Foreign listed companies 1 AMEX listed company 14 Large U.S. based private companies 8 Large Non-U.S. based private companies The average revenues of the above listed companies were ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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The Bureau of Immigration (BI) directed its officials and employees with outstanding cash advances to liquidate them as soon as possible or face possible administrative and criminal charges. Immigration officer-in-charge Ronaldo Ledesma ordered the bureau?s finance division to issue final demand letters to the concerned officials and employees for the settlement of unliquidated cash advances. Ledesma said failure on the part of the employees to comply with the directive will cause the bureau?s payroll section to deduct the cash advances from salaries of those concerned. ?The bureau is at one with the Ombudsman in carrying out ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Attack flier accuses Creem of supporting child abuse
State Sen. Cynthia Creem said that a defamatory flier, which was allegedly distributed to more than 500 people in Newton over the weekend, claiming she is “effectively supporting child abuse,” astounds her.  “This is a very nasty mailing. This is bad,” said Creem, after reviewing the leaflet for the first time on Tuesday afternoon. “I have seen a lot of hateful people, and this is just another example. This is a hateful, bigoted distribution.” Bob Norton, chief executive officer of AirTight Management in Westborough, distributed the flier to the TAB on Tuesday. “This woman is a ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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2008 (December) Newsletter - OFFICE OF ETHICS
However, since this is the first Office of Ethics. Newsletter since the change, it seemed worthwhile ..... Information Resources Management Division. As a ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Ethics Hotliner - Online Newsletter
Selected developments in professional responsibility, including new cases, statutes, rules and ethics opinions are highlighted below. Developments in the following areas are regularly covered: Advertising Internet Web sites Cal. State Bar Formal Opn. No. 2001-155 This COPRAC opinion discusses the professional responsibility issues and considerations relating to Internet web sites containing information to the public concerning the attorney's availability for professional employment. Such use of an Internet web site is a "communication" under California Rule of Professional Conduct 1-400 and an ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Arizona's controversial new immigration law reflects a sharp political response to long-simmering conflict over immigration policy in a nation that takes pride in its history as a society built with the help of people from many lands. Wharton faculty say the timing of the legislation is in part a reaction to stress brought on by the economic downturn, even as declining demand for labor has slowed immigration into the United States. They and others debate the economic effects of the legislation on employers, employees and future immigration policy. 'Act Now, Apologize Later': Will Users 'Friend' ...
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Business Ethics Survey: How Ethical Are You?
Do you know what your company values are? Are you a business that possesses honesty and integrity? One that respects and does well by its employees, customers and the world-at-large? Do you have a company code of ethics that employees are familiar with? Are employees encouraged and supported in reporting breaches of ethics in the workplace with the security of confidentiality? If you're not sure how your company stands, or if you don't have the answer to any one of these questions, now might be the time to seriously think about the type of values, ethics and code of behavior your business conveys and promotes. A number ...
Book Excerpt: There's No Such Thing as Business Ethics
ON NOVEMBER 8, 2001, PEOPLE WERE SHOCKED WHEN one of the hottest companies of the booming nineties, Enron, admitted to using accounting practices that had inflated its income figures by $586 million over a four-year period.1 Less than a month later, Enron filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy, and early in 2002, the Justice Department launched a criminal investigation into the company's practices. Investigators wanted to determine how much executives knew about the company's status, as they told their employees to hold their shares of Enron stock, but sold more than $1 billion of their own. The company went ...