Types of unethical activities

 
 
 

   
  • Customer’s requirements /expectations not fully incorporated in developing designs 
  • Inadequate incorporating Statutory requirements in designing Architectural, interiors, and MEP services. 
  • Insufficient incorporation of specifications prescribed in National building code and National/International Quality standards of construction in design processes. 
  • Design activities performed in an undiligent way or by unqualified persons or untrained persons  
  • Taking bribes from outsourced consultants or contractors or vendors in cash or kind, in return for granting favors to them.
  • Offering bribes in cash or kind to business associates or Govt inspectors for obtaining statutory approvals 
  • Design activity performed with the intent to secure unfair gain to himself/herself or organization, whether the gain is realized or not 
  • Activities performed with vested interest with the intent to cause loss or injury to the interest of the company or customers, whether such loss or injury occurs or not. 
  • Performing design activities not assigned to individual’s role or without explicit sanction of appropriate authority.
  • Use of inefficient methods of designing or and use of old or unlicensed software and tools 
  • Gaining unauthorized access to design software or other functional modules of crucial business processes with malicious intent or making changes to masters (like Drawings/specification masters or Scope of work Master or Quality parameters in vendor master etc.) or in configuration tables for personal gains
  • Sharing confidential information with consultants or contractors or unauthorized persons 
  • Manipulating business application modules (like fees in agreements of outsourced design consultants or purchase orders on suppliers of construction materials vendors or priced rates of BOQ -bill of quantity rates in tenders or contracts of contractors) having a direct bearing on project costs and profitability etc. as applicable to deceive management for one’s vested interests like performance rewards or personal gains.
  • Providing misleading or suppressed or incorrect or incomplete information to business owners, promoters, CEO, Project heads, vendors, contractors, end customers
  • Complacency to perform design activities efficiently and effectively