21 terms

Integrity #1

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honesty
being truthful with yourself and others
consequences
the negative effects of a choice or decision, the negative outcome
dishonesty
being untruthful with yourself or others
preferential treatment
treating some people better than others based on who they are
confidentiality
keeping private matters private, sometimes enforced by law
ethical standards
behavioral expectations or rules of conduct for a profession, organization, or workplace
gossip
idle talk or rumor, especially about the personal or professional conduct of others
favoritism
unethically favoring a person over others
clique
an exclusive group of people who exclude others
responsibility
being accountable, reliable
respecting property
using technology, including tools and machines, ethically and with care, and, if borrowed, returning them promptly and in good working order and to where they belong
acting honorably
doing the right thing even when no one is looking or paying attention, even when you can get away with not doing the right thing
reliability
being dependable and consistent
trust
reliance on the integrity of a person or thing, reliability, confidence, usually needs to be earned in the workplace
confidence
worthy of trust and believability
job application
a written request for employment, a form used by employers for recruitment
cheating
using deception to complete a task or acquire something fraudulently that was not earned
respect
esteem, a value of honor given or received, usually associated with rights or ethics
value system
an inner moral code or compass that one lives by and relies on to help make professional decisions
sincerity
being true, authentic, real, the opposite of deceitful
consistency
repeating an action reliably to earn confidence and trust
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