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AngCola:

Which of the following is NOT an ethical violation? A. giving friends free facials B. recommending a client try an alternative treatment C. charging a client for a minor adjustment in a service D. making comments that cause discomfort in others

AngCola:

I think its b but I wanted to make sure.

XioGonz:

Why do you believe the correct answer is B

smackz:

Ethics are basically the moral principles that shape a person's behavior. This is something which tells us that how a person morally behaves in a situation. In businesses, there are some code of conducts that are the rules and regulations, prescribed by the companies. When a person violates a moral principle, it is called as the Ethical Violation. There is usually no legal action against the ethical violations, but it is not always the case. People may be charged for violating the code of conduct in organizations. In the given question, all of the options somehow violate the moral values, but giving facials to friends is not at all ethically wrong.

AngCola:

well I just felt like A C and D were bad

AngCola:

and this is from my notes What an Ethical Violation Looks Like Ethical violations occur in every profession, and cosmetology is no exception. Being ethical requires honesty in all actions. The previous example demonstrated how to use honesty to look out for a client’s best interests and negotiate with the client for the best result. There are also several common ethics violations, actions that violate rules or are just morally wrong, that are more straightforward.

smackz:

The actual answer is A not b the ethical behaviour of most business professionals is regulated by codes of conduct. Common ethics violations can include the mishandling of funds, conflicts of interest, and lapsed licensing. Improper or fraudulent billing are ethics violations that can involve charging customers for services they did not receive.

AngCola:

oh u sure?

smackz:

yessiry

AngCola:

oh.. well thank you. I remember that for next time.

smackz:

np glad to help

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