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Thursday, 17 February 2022

Engineer introduction to company with personnel code of ethics

 

How engineer can introduced personally in the context of ethical norms

Careers are similar to marathons in that they require a lot of effort. It's all about making steady progress and picking up new skills along the road. We must be guided by our basic ideas even as we expect to grow and develop professionally and personally throughout our lives. As we learn to manage our careers by reading our moral compass, professional development and ethics go hand in hand. A code of practice that defines behavior by determining whether acts are ethical or incorrect might be defined as career ethics. We can reap the benefits of following a clear and consistent set of criteria on our career growth by adhering to them. We create ethical principles throughout our lives as a result of our families, education, communities, religion, and employment, and they can be extremely useful in assisting us in thriving and improving in our careers.


ethical frameworks

My parents were wonderful, although they did occasionally lie to my brothers and me. There are two specific examples that come to mind. "Sticks and stones may break your bones, but words will never harm you," they claimed. This was their first untruth; we all know that while words may not hurt physically, they surely harm intellectually and emotionally. When we were spanked, they told us the second lie: "This is going to hurt me more than it's going to hurt you." I don't think spanking me did them any good! Thankfully, these are the only two lies I recall from my parents. They were always honest, even if it was painful.

My brothers and I learned about right and wrong from them, which inspired us to always act ethically, especially as we grew older and entered the workforce. Acceptable standards of behavior and maintaining integrity in the workplace are examples of ethics (especially when no one is looking). Our values guide our actions and shape our attitudes. As a result, our attitudes shape our behavior. Ethical behavior is beneficial to business because it demonstrates respect for key moral principles such as honesty, fairness, equality, dignity, diversity, and individual rights.

My Personal Credo

I will treat others the way I would like to be treated. In both my personal and professional life, I will be truthful and open. I will always give my all, and I will strike a healthy work-life balance. I am committed to constantly bettering myself. I will keep my promises and fulfil my obligations. I will accept responsibility for any shortcomings or mistakes I make. I will always stand firm in my convictions. I value my life and will be thankful for it every day. I fully support my core values and will hold myself accountable.

Follow-up statement 1:

I will treat others the way I would like to be treated. Regardless of my mood or current life situation, I will commit to acting courteously in my day-to-day interactions with others. It is important to me that I have a positive impact on the people with whom I come into contact.

Statement 2 as a follow-up:

I will be honest and transparent in my personal and professional life. While I respect my right to privacy, I am committed to full disclosure of my professional life. I'm committed to not withholding information from someone who deserves it, but I recognize the reality of and anticipate encountering situations that appear ambiguous. These situations will force me to reconsider my morals in order to determine whether withholding information is acceptable.

Follow-up statement 3:

I will always put forth my best effort, and I will maintain a healthy work-life balance.

My effort is not always necessarily about the result, but about my adherence to my own standards in achieving them. I am dedicated to equally prioritizing my work and home lives when deciding how to spend my time and efforts.

Follow-up statement 4:

I will remain accountable for my shortcomings or mistakes.

I will hold myself accountable for any action that I am morally responsible for. To avoid situations in which I may be required to perform such actions, I will strive for as much autonomy as possible in my personal and professional lives. Accepting accountability if I cause any sort of harm includes righting unintentional wrongs.

My Two Guiding Ethical Frameworks

We are welcoming of people from all backgrounds on our team, including members of any race, ethnicity, culture, class, orientation, education, age, size, family status, political or religious beliefs and mental and physical ability. Treat others how you would like to be treated in the workplace. Each person on this team is important and essential, and each person’s decisions and actions affect our outcomes and morale. Conducting yourself professionally includes being kind to others. Maintain professional interactions when communicating with others at all times.

Ethical Dilemma

The nature of dilemma is standing against wrong powers enforcing for the step against ethical values. The video shows that the engineer worked the bet according to the rules and norms fulfilling the all requirements of the project while his senior is enforcing him to do it against ethical values for their political purposes.

The engineer in the given video is facing both internal and external pressure. Internally he cannot accept immoral and unethical standard or act meanwhile external pressure of his senior due to political reasons is also enforcing him. Now this is dilemma how he will manage the both pressures. Either he manages the pressure of juniors as well as internal satisfaction or the pressure and underestimation of seniors, enforcing him for the happiness of new selected mayor and due to which company will get benefits. For the benefits of company, seniors are enforcing the engineer for unethical work.

The stakeholders according to this video are junior engineers which are working their best and senior managers which are working by focusing only the company benefits. The responsibility of engineer is to work hard both by managing the company benefits as well as by taking all the work ethically. In case the company enforces him or indulging him in unethical work. He should have the power to say no or in other way enforces the company seniors with his arguments to work ethically.

According to the credo, I should keep an eye on the moral values and never be enforced by any person or company in my way. I should have to work with honesty and dignity or leave it.

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