Introduction to Dishonest Associated Behavior and Identification of Responsibility1. Standards for Untrustworthy Associated Behavior
Note: Some units or individuals engage in untrustworthy behavior through units with independent legal person status or other related units controlled by them, thereby evading legal sanctions. This type of behavior clearly violates the basic business ethics - the principle of good faith. To this end, the World Credit Organization [WCO] formulated the "ICE8000 International Credit Standard System System of Untrustworthy Associated Behaviors and Responsibility Identification Standards", and at the same time, established an information database of untrustworthy affiliated organizations. The following content is quoted from the "ICE8000 International Credit Standard System Dishonest Related Behavior and Responsibility Identification Standard":
Note that, in the absence of reasons to the contrary, it is generally reasonable to assume that there is a certain degree of mutual influence between the business conduct and business reputation of affiliated organizations. Therefore, organizations with good faith intentions often actively urge their affiliated organizations to avoid dishonest behavior or to correct dishonest behavior in a timely manner.
It is also noted that some people seek dishonest benefits by manipulating affiliated organizations directly or indirectly controlled by them to engage in dishonest behavior.
It is also noticed that some organizations' untrustworthy behavior benefits are ultimately shared or even exclusively enjoyed by their affiliated organizations.
It is the social responsibility of every human being to exhort affiliated organizations to abandon evil and do good, and to refuse to enjoy the dishonest benefits delivered by affiliated organizations. This social responsibility can be called "no evil", which belongs to the minimum standard of social responsibility. The content of social responsibility that a person, unit, or region should undertake. If everyone refuses to recognize or assume this social responsibility, the moral foundation of human beings will be eroded and human well-being will be lost.
To sum up, organizations affiliated with dishonest persons have the obligation to urge and advise dishonest persons to correct their dishonest behavior, and have the obligation to refuse to enjoy the dishonest proceeds delivered by affiliated organizations to prove that they have not sought or shared the dishonest proceeds.
If an organization has an affiliated relationship with the person responsible for the dishonest conduct, after receiving a letter of persuasion or related letters from a third party, if it still does not actively urge and advise the person responsible for the dishonest behavior to correct the dishonest behavior, or insists on enjoying the dishonest benefits delivered by the affiliated organization, Then such omission or negative behavior is the tolerance of the untrustworthy behavior of the affiliated organization, and the tolerance behavior is the untrustworthy related behavior. The organization and the relevant credit responsible persons belong to the organization responsible for untrustworthy related behaviors.
The nature of dishonesty-associated behavior is a kind of evil-tolerant behavior, and it is a kind of [the bottom line behavior of refusing to assume social responsibility]. Although the untrustworthy affiliated conduct is not a dishonest conduct, and although the organization responsible for the untrustworthy affiliated conduct has not directly engaged in the untrustworthy conduct, based on some or all of the following reasons, before the credit status of the untrustworthy affiliated conduct responsible organization is cancelled, its integrity Willingness and business conduct deserve full vigilance from stakeholders and cautious interactions with them:
(1) The organization responsible for the untrustworthy related behavior often has a certain indirect causal relationship with the untrustworthy behavior;
(2) The organization responsible for the untrustworthy related behavior may be the actual beneficiary or potential beneficiary of the untrustworthy behavior;
(3) The organization responsible for the untrustworthy related behavior may be the mastermind behind the untrustworthy behavior;
(4) The organization responsible for the untrustworthy related behavior may be the behind-the-scenes supporter of the untrustworthy behavior;
(5) The organizations responsible for untrustworthy related behaviors may be the learners, inheritors, and reserve teams of the fraudulent techniques of those responsible for untrustworthy behaviors;
(6) The organization responsible for the untrustworthy related behavior may be a deceptive prop designed by the person responsible for the untrustworthy behavior;
(7) Organizations responsible for untrustworthy related behaviors are under the control or influence of the person responsible for untrustworthy behaviors, and may copy or disguise the profitable untrustworthy behaviors, and may also engage in other untrustworthy behaviors.
Organizations\units\regions\individuals\persons responsible for untrustworthy related behaviors can be referred to as untrustworthy related organizations\units\regions\individuals\persons. They belong to temporary cautionary credit identities. If the following events occur, the credit identities will be automatically cancelled. :
(1) The person responsible for the dishonest behavior has corrected and repaired the dishonest behavior by himself;
(2) There is evidence to prove that the organization responsible for the untrustworthy related behavior has actively taken measures to supervise and persuade the person responsible for the untrustworthy behavior to correct or repair the untrustworthy behavior;
(3) Organizations responsible for untrustworthy related behaviors actively take measures to urge and persuade persons responsible for untrustworthy behaviors to correct and repair untrustworthy behaviors and donate all untrustworthy proceeds they have earned to social welfare organizations.
II. Attribution of Credit Responsibility for Untrustworthy Associated Behaviors
If a unit engages in untrustworthy related behaviors, its legal responsibility shall be borne by the unit and/or relevant personnel according to law; its credit responsibility shall be borne by the unit, its high-level personnel, and staff members who are at fault for the untrustworthy related behavior. Workers who are at fault for untrustworthy related conduct may not deny their own credit responsibilities on the grounds of professional conduct.
Where a natural person engages in untrustworthy related conduct, its legal responsibility shall be borne by him and/or related personnel in accordance with the law; his credit responsibility shall be borne by himself and the relevant personnel who are at fault for the untrustworthy related conduct.
Minors under the age of ten and other persons legally incapable of civil conduct shall not bear credit liability, and if untrustworthy related acts are engaged in under the instigation of others, the instigator shall bear credit liability. Natural persons over the age of ten but under the age of 18 or other persons whose capacity for civil conduct is legally restricted shall bear credit responsibility for acts commensurate with their age and intelligence.
Where untrustworthy related conduct occurs in a certain area, but the specific perpetrator cannot be found or determined, no one shall bear the legal responsibility, and the credit responsibility shall be shared by the area and all the people living in the area. For example: when an area is evaluated as having a bad environment, all the people living in the area have directly or indirectly borne the corresponding adverse consequences.
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