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  • ETHICS AND MORAL FOR PROFESSIONAL
  • JUNIOR SUPERVISOR VS. SENIOR WORKER
  • WHO’S PROFESIONAL? Someone who work in any type of job that needs special training or particular skill and regards it as his main source of income. E.G: professional footballers, professional racers - they are different from the amateurs
  • MORAL AND ETHICS FOR PROFESIONAL PROFESION AL MORAL ETHIC S
  • WHAT IS MORAL VALUE? Moral is something that we: • adhere to; • make it guidance in our life; • are willing to defend it; • Ensure it is continuously honored; It rooted deep inside our heart and became a habit.
  • WHAT IS ETHIC? • Method of determining what is good and what is not, what is right and what is wrong; from the society and religion point of view; • It’s not the law, but similar to the things that are considered correct and socially acceptable;
  • Profession and professional can only be referred to any type of works which requires these elements: 1)Knowledge – (knowledge how, knowing). 2)Continuous and intensive training. 3)Offer essential services to the society. 4)Certified by professional bodies. 5)Autonomous
  • FACTORS FOR PROFESIONALISME Study Your Craft: Being knowledgeable, Knowing how to do your job Give 100 Percent Effort: Striving to perform at a high level Keep Your Word: Do what you says Act Appropriate For The Environment A true marker of professionalism is knowing when to work and when to play. Honesty It’s a leading factor when defining professionalism.
  • • PERSONAL PROBLEM - The issue of integrity - gambling / hobby - Crisis with girlfriend - Do not focus / no interest FAMILY CONFLICT - The couple live apart - Couples are irresponsible - Couple is a drug addict SERIOUS INDEBTEDNESS - Loans exceed the capacity - Credit card debt / loan sharks - A guarantor - bankrupt CAUSES OF ABSENTEEISM
  • COMMITTING A CRIMINAL OFFENCE - Indent card fraud - Substance abuse RUNNING SIDE-INCOME JOB - During office hours - skipping - Outside of office hours - fatigue / drowsiness LACK OF SUPERVISION AND MONITORING - Relationships with staff / chief - There is no enforcement of punch cards time - No action against those who come late CAUSES OF ABSENTEEISM
  • BRIBER Y MISCONDU CT MISUSE OF POWER FRAUDUL ENT BREACH OF TRUST DISCIPL INE BREAK THE RULES INTEGRITY ISSUES
  • INTERNATIONAL BRIBERY INDEX Country 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Finland 9.7 9.7 9.7 9.6 9.6 9.4 Singapura 9.3 9.4 9.3 9.4 9.4 9.3 9.2 Jepun 7.1 7.0 6.9 7.3 7.3 7.5 7.3 Malaysia 4.9 5.2 5.0 5.1 5.0 5.1 Korea S 4.5 4.3 4.5 5.0 5.1 5.1 Thailand 3.2 3.3 3.6 3.8 3.6 3.3 3.5 Philipina 2.6 2.5 2.6 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.3 Indonesia 1.9 1.9 2.0 2.2 2.4 2.3 2.6
  • - FINANCIAL AND ACCOUNTS MANAGEMENT - MANAGEMENT & BUDGET CONTROL - REVENUE COLLECTION AND ARREAR MANAGEMENT - IMPLEMENTATION OF DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS - CONTRACT MANAGEMENT AND PROCUREMENT - LAND MANAGEMENT - MAINTENANCE OF ASSETS AND STORE - MANAGEMENT OF GOVERNMENT LOANS FIELDS OF VULNERABLE TO CORRUPTION
  • IN CONTRACTS AND TENDERS: a) conflict of interest b) Favoritism towards contracts c) Intentionally did not report any defects and deficiencies d) Information leakage e) Forgery on specs of work, goods & services f) Making "variation order" without control g) Deception in "progress payment“ h) Receive a commission / reward i) Abuse of power for the sake of self and / or family VULNERABLE AREAS
  • PURCHASING / SUPPLY: a) Excessive Purchase b) Goods of inferior quality and not according to the specifications or contract c) Inflated prices d) Convenience and payment schedule prolonged e) Siding / supplier in accordance with Payment overlap on the same item f) Orders broken down ("split orders") g) Abusing provisions h) Frequency make rush purchases rush without planning i) Deliberately creating the need for a service / work / purchase j) Payment has been made but the goods have not been supplied VULNERABLE AREAS
  • ENFORCEMENT AND SUPERVISION: a) Use of discretionary power without control b) False overtime or fake overtime c) Absent from work d) Failure to comply with regulations of the department e) Take the opportunity to deal with those involved in self- interest f) No supervision or oversight when subordinate officer on duty g) Abuse of power and threaten people stakeholders VULNERABLE AREAS
  • PROPERTY AND OFFICE GOODS a)Number of goods shipped less b) Acceptance of inferior goods c) Theft / loss of goods from store not reported d)Using property / office items for own interests e) Distribution of goods that are not in the office record VULNERABLE AREAS
  • NURTURING ETHIC AND MORAL • Religious Approach is the best • Education • Training • Enculturation • Enjoining what is good and forbidding what is wrong
  • THANK YOU