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One day I hope to become an NHL Official, Officiating hockey is a very overlooked career because most people don’t even know that it is a full time job. In fact, the National Hockey League spends millions of dollars every year on the development and training of its officials. Also, the NHL trusts elite groups with all the responsibilities of maintaining the integrity of the world’s fastest game. A career in the field of a national hockey league official requires physical testing, rule knowledge...

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When Can Government Officials Lie?

Public officials should always tell the truth in the performance of their official duties, except for very few occasions:“a crisis where overwhelming harm can be averted only through deceit; complete harmlessness and triviality to the point where it seems absurd to quibble about whether a lie has been told; and the duty to particular individuals to protect their secrets.[1]” as Sissela Bok stated. In addition to national crisis, negligible trivialities and confidentiality, ongoing operation, government...

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Ra 6713 “Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees”

earlier generations that is based on tradition. It is right to act in certain way because that is what it has always been done. RULES as an Ethical Basis * Section 1, Article XI, 1987 Constitution – Public Office is a Public Trust. Public Officials and employees must at all times serve the people with utmost responsibility, integrity, loyalty and efficiency, act with patriotism and justice, and lead modest lives.” * Section 28, Article II, 1987 Constitution – The State shall maintain honesty...

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Ethics and Accountability in the Philippine Public Service: Role of Citizens, Public Officials, Private Sector and Civil Society

“Ethics and Accountability in the Philippine Public Service: Role of Citizens, Public Officials, Private Sector and Civil Society In my previous paper, I mentioned that values are as important in our government system as the other functions and political processes are. Unit VI discussed how crucial and vital ethics and accountability is in our government. It also talks about the significance of our own moral code, seeing that public ethics are part of the overall value system, and is culture...

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Objectives, Strategies and Tactics

company. Target Audience: Government Officials Objective: To increase interaction and communication between Procter and Gamble and Chinese government officials by 35 percent by June 2007. Strategy 1: Increase transparent communication about manufacturing processes of SK-II products to rebuild trust among the government. Tactic 1: Offer VIP factory tours and inspections of factories. * Invite all Chinese government officials to the factory and pay for round trip travel...

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Great DBQ(Han China and Roman Empire)

Middle East. Because of the vastness of both empires, water and technology were heavily relied upon, yet unlike the Han officials, the upper-class Romans had a negative attitude towards technology. Some officials in both the Han Dynasty and the Roman Empire had a positive attitude towards technology (2, 3, 6). In document two, written by Haun Gaun (a government official); the author spoke highly of the tools constructed by workers: they were of “excellent quality.” However, he continues...

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International Marketing/Trade

front of his managers. I think sales manager and the vice president also aware of these situations and the reason they said “do whatever it takes” they knew it would be necessary. As it mentioned it was Matthew’s first negotiation with government officials and may be because of that he did not understand what his managers meant. In case of they are against this type of commission, they can be convinced with these agreements benefits and opportunities. It is a big chance to enter this market with high...

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What is ethics all about?

by elected officials Ethics legislation provide these broad constraints within which the ethical conflicts and dilemmas that public officials faced are to be resolved 2. Ethics laws provides sanctions for public servants caught stepping outside the limits established by the citizens Fines, prison sentences and administrative penalties for misconduct ways of establishing the sovereign rights of the people to require that their will be done Legal sanctions keeps the public official in line with...

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The deal with the corruption in the Philippines

and Anti-Corruption in the Philippines”, which listed; Political/ Grand Corruption Although in the surface there is a thriving democracy, the political system of the Philippines is plagued by corruption scandals by officials from different levels- from president to local officials. Corruption is rampant among our elected leaders. Some are embezzled by public funds that’s why they get “corrupted”, while some, run for office because they want to abuse and they have the knowledge on how to abuse...

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The Han Dynasty and the Roman Empire

was significant in both the Han dynasty and the Roman Empire (Docs 1 and 8). Han officials believed water conservation officers and hydraulic engineers should work together to prevent flooding (Doc 1). The writer requested the formation of water conservation officers in each district, and inspections of waterways, walls, etc. along with necessary repairs (Doc 1). Document 1 is a letter from a Han government official concerning flood prevention. Considering the status of the writer of document 1 and...

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