Saturday, November 17, 2007

Five Ethical Principles

  1. Thou shalt strive to understand the customers’ wants and needs and have the customers’ best interest at heart. This behavior demonstrates and protects the customers’ rights when they are purchasing our services.
  2. Thou shalt behave in an ethical manner regarding all things related to the business of this company. Ethical manner means those behaviors which are always respectful to others with whom you make contact, helping to build a reputation of quality and professionalism.
  3. Thou shalt practice professional behavior when addressing all things related to this business or company. Professional behavior means all human behaviors, including being well prepared for meetings with clients and site managers, and clean and organized presentations.
  4. Thou shalt adhere to legal and regulatory issues. This behavior is essential to provide and maintain a legal foundation from which to avoid potential legal issues.
  5. Thou shalt avoid all situations which places you, the company or business, or client in any situations which may represent a conflict of interest.

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