THE EMPLOYEE'S DUTY TO CONCEAL THE JOB SECRET - A COMPARATIVE STUDY -
Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences,
2021, Volume 10, Issue issue 38 part 2, Pages 129-149
AbstractThe obligation to conceal the job secret is one of the negative obligations of the public employee according to the laws regulating the public office, which can be measured by the method of measuring the loyalty of the public employee to the country to which he belongs and the administration to which he belongs. To keep his secrets, and this duty imposed by the rules of religion, morals, honor and honesty, as the disclosure of any act indicates a betrayal of trust and an assault on personal freedom, so it is an ethical and legal obligation as all functional legislation stipulates it, and that the employee’s breach of the duty to conceal a job secret is a prohibited act. Which requires criminal, civil and disciplinary accountability.
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