Code of Ethics in Telecommunications

by Rachel Burton - Updated September 26, 2017

The telecommunication industry has varying codes of ethics depending on the business and client. There are, however, general agreements that each organization of the North American Association of Telecommunications Dealers must abide by.

Client

Associates must protect each clients'--both past and current--information. Gifts or bribery received in exchange for this information is not tolerated.

Customer

Selling any other product or service other than those contracted is strictly prohibited. Products and services must always be publicized in a professional manner to customers. At all times, associates must maintain the standard of "accuracy, truth, and good taste." One must not intentionally give false information about a product, service, business or client.

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Representation

Business must always be conducted in a manner that gives the telecommunication industry a positive reputation. Staff members representing the business or client will be chosen bearing in mind experience, knowledge, and expertise. At all work-related events, both private and open to the public, representation must be made in the utmost professional manner.

About the Author

Rachel Burton started writing professionally in 2008. Her work can be found in "Out N' About" newspaper. Burton has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and sociology.

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