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|Authors: ||鄭盛州;CHOU, CHENG SHENG|
|Keywords: ||保全業;人力派遣;企業倫理;職業倫理;Security Industry;Manpower Dispatching;Business Ethics;Professional Ethics|
|Issue Date: ||2021-12-07 12:07:41 (UTC+8)|
;Precisely since its close associations with the development of human civilizations, ethics, one of the major branches of western philosophy, being the moral limits as well as the prominent criteria of actions to follow by human beings, has exercised an enormous influence on various territories. This thesis selects applied ethics as its approach, exploring the ethical norms that should be complied with during the course of business by each of the three parties: employers, clients and employees. The research directions involve proposing questions related to “the ethics of security industry” and the basic issues therein, thus investigating issues such as social responsibility, security staff education and prospects of industry that must be undertaken by the industry, not only hoping to clarify the current difficult situations of management, but also seeking out the corresponding solutions to them. Furthermore, research methods such as “literature review” and “case analysis” will be adopted to reason so as to discuss the questions below: “What is the role played by ‘the human being’ that comprises the industry?”, “what kind of ethical reflection should be built within the security industry?” and “what is the occupational ethics that should be strictly complied with by the security staff?”.
As aforementioned, for the proprietors who run the security industry in Taiwan, this thesis is intended to, on the one hand, discuss the ways to prosper the industry and to avoid industrial dispute at the same time, on the other hand, identify the elements for the security staff to acquire professional competence as well as respect from the society, and then inquire into the principles of ethics that should be adhered to by the clients. This thesis emphasizes that the fundamental points of ethical reflection lie on the starting point of “human-centeredness”, while the cultivation of cultural literacy functions as the core of running a steadily-expanding industry with the idea of sustainable operations. Outstanding industrial culture appeals to qualified personnel who serve as the essential parts to optimize the profits and thus render the industry perennial. Hence, the purport of this thesis is to defend the claim that security industries on the basis of both business ethics and professional ethics should obtain the result beneficial to employers, clients and employees all three parties.
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