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Employee Conduct and Work Rule

 
To ensure orderly operations and provide the best possible work environment, Employer expects employees to follow rules of conduct that will protect the interests and safety of all employees and the organization. It is the strict policy of the Employer to comply with all applicable laws and regulations. Without limitation, the Employer demands full compliance and will not tolerate violations of federal, state or local laws. Employees are to conduct themselves in a professional manner at all times.

Employees are expected to accept certain responsibilities, adhere to acceptable business principles in matters of personal conduct, and exhibit a high degree of personal integrity at all times. This not only involves sincere respect for the rights and feelings of others, but also demands that both in your business and in your personal life you refrain from any behavior that might be harmful to you, your co-workers, and/or Employer, or that might be viewed unfavorably by current or potential customers or by the public at large.

It is essential at all times to avoid a conflict of interest or the appearance of a conflict of interest, with any outside party. A conflict of interest occurs when your involvement with any outside interest has the potential to affect the decisions you make about the Employer's business.
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