Conduct [noun]

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My administration will continue to insist upon professional conduct from all our employees, regardless of their position in state government.

Kondrat said Glossier’s decision to create a code of conduct for customers is also a move that other retail startups should consider emulating.

Irrational aspects of human behavior—chauvinistic nationalism and racial intolerance—keep us locked in patterns of conduct highly dangerous in the nuclear age, and dangerous in relation to other changes brought about by science.

To many untrained observers there clearly seemed to be wrongful conduct on the part one or both of the companies.

In 2018, an appellate court concluded that the city attorney’s office had broken the State Bar’s rules of professional conduct by breaching a suspect’s right to attorney-client privilege.

Boohoo has called the reports inaccurate and emphasized it does not tolerate violations of its supplier code of conduct, though it has cut ties with two suppliers and commissioned an independent review of its supply chain.

Further, the accused will receive greater protections under the clear and convincing evidentiary standard because it will be more difficult to prove that the alleged conduct was a policy violation.

This says that everyone should act as if their behavior could form the basis for a universal law of human conduct.

The second thing is, the uncertainty created by the general conduct standard.

Examples of potentially unlawful conduct include insults, taunting, or ethnic epithets, such as making fun of a person’s foreign accent or comments like, “Go back to where you came from, ” whether made by supervisors or by co-workers.