Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 135-7-.04 - Responsibility to Colleagues

(1) The licensee respects the rights and responsibilities of professional colleagues and, as the employee of an organization, remains accountable as an individual to the ethical principles of the profession. The licensee treats colleagues with respect and good faith, and relates to the clients of colleagues with full professional consideration.
(2) Unprofessional conduct includes, but is not limited to:
(a) soliciting the clients of colleagues or assuming professional responsibility for clients of another agency or colleague without appropriate communication with that agency or colleague;
(b) failing to maintain the confidences shared by colleagues and supervisees in the course of professional relationships and transactions;
(c) when a supervisee is unlicensed, failing to inform the supervisee of the legal limitations on unlicensed practice;
(d) when a supervisor is aware that a supervisee is engaging in any unethical, unprofessional or deleterious conduct, failing to provide the supervisee with a forthright evaluation and appropriate recommendations regarding such practice; and
(e) taking credit for work not personally performed, whether by giving inaccurate information or failing to give accurate information.


Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 135-7-.04
O.C.G.A. Sec. 43-7A-5(d).
Original Rule entitled "Responsibility to Colleagues" was filed on Oct. 19, 1987; eff. Nov. 8, 1987. Repealed: New Rule, same title, adopted. F. Feb. 28, 2000; eff. Mar. 19, 2000.

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