This directive applies to all of our employees regardless of employment contract or rank. All employees should respect their colleagues. We will not allow any discriminatory behaviour, harassment or victimization. Workers should stick to our equal opportunity policy in all aspects of their work, from attitude and performance evaluation to interpersonal relationships. You will find specific information about professional behaviour in our guidelines for disciplinary measures and attendance guidelines. With the library function, you can create a knowledge hub to improve your employee`s skills at any time, and it`s accessible anytime anywhere an employee needs – the Hub stores important materials like the personnel manual, FAQs, company policies, advice or anything else you deem relevant. This way, employees who have questions, or who simply need an update, can access the knowledge node to learn more – so keep your code of conduct, dress code, company car policy, and more on their mobile phone, to ensure compliance at all times. Choose your words carefully. Always be professional. Be nice to others.
Don`t insult others. Harassment and exclusionary behaviour are not acceptable. This includes, but is not limited to: – threats of violence. – Discriminatory jokes and language. – dissemination of sexually explicit or violent material through electronic devices or other means. – personal insults, especially those that use racist or sexist terms. – Unwanted sexual attention. – encouraging or encouraging one of the above behaviours. We expect staff to avoid any personal, financial or other interests that may interfere with their ability or willingness to perform their duties.
The company`s employees are required by their contracts to comply with our code of conduct for employees while carrying out their duties. We describe the elements of our code of conduct below: This code of conduct for employees applies to each ABC Productions employee, regardless of the start date, contract or employee. Failure to comply with established guidelines may result in disciplinary action, including termination of the employment relationship. Companies generally use their code of conduct as an instrument of self-regulation and not as a legal instrument.