The terms are staggered into 2-year intervals, with the most senior member serving as Chair of the Ethics Committee and as Chief Ethics Officer.
What does CEO stand for?
CEO stands for Chief Ethics Officer (corporate title)
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- Centre for Ethical Orientation
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- Chinese-American Elected Officials
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- Christmas and Easter Only (church attendance)
- Civic Engagement Office (various schools)
- Civil Enforcement Officer (UK)
- Civil Engineering Operations
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- Clinical and Economic Outcomes
Samples in periodicals archive:
Instilling certain business ethics in employees can help companies become sustainable and profitable, according to Emmanuel Lulin, Senior Vice-President and Worldwide Chief Ethics Officer of French cosmetics company L'Oreal.
The first step is setting up an ethics office, which consists of the executive sponsor of the ethics program, the vice president, internal audit and chief ethics officer and the ethics and compliance programs administrator.
Paula Drake joined the Securities and Exchange Commission as the Associate Director, Chief Counsel and Chief Ethics Officer of the Office of Compliance, Inspections and Examinations in August 2012.
In a related achievement, Mark Ohringer, the firm's global general counsel and chief ethics officer, was selected by Ethisphere as one of the "World's 100 Most Influential People in Business Ethics for 2011".
of Cincinnati, two promotions: Julie McGehee has been named corporate secretary and Dave Giles has been named chief ethics officer.
Joan Dubinsky, Chief Ethics Officer, International Monetary Fundy - James Nortz, Compliance Director, Bausch & Lomb - James Bone, Former Chief Compliance Officer, Fidelity Investments - Michael Fuchs, Principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP - Karen Wilson, Managing Partner, Citadel Compliance Group LLC - Brian Klemm, Senior Counsel and Corporate Compliance Officer, SAS Institute Inc.
Promoted to corporate vice president, global risk management and chief ethics officer was Greg Lewis.