Fraud, Theft or Dishonesty
Acts of fraud, theft, dishonesty, embezzlement, misappropriation, or falsification will not be tolerated and will be reported to the applicable law enforcement agency.
Team Members are expected to deal fairly with the Company’s customers, suppliers, and other Team Members. This means you should not take unfair advantage of anyone through manipulation, concealment, abuse of confidential information, falsification, misrepresentation of material facts, or any other unfair dealing practice.
It is your duty to maintain the confidentiality of information entrusted to you. Examples of confidential and proprietary information include such things as: Company strategic plans, programs and methodologies; Company financial information such as revenues, costs, billings and profits; customer information such as customer and prospect lists and contracts; and Team Member information.
Team Member Health and Safety
We believe that no job is so important and no service is so urgent that we cannot take the time to ensure the work is performed as safely as possible. It is our policy to prevent accidents and comply with applicable safety regulations. If accidents do occur, we are committed to helping our injured Team Member return expeditiously to productive work.
Our Company has adopted an Injury and Illness Prevention Program that establishes guidelines for each of us to ensure a safe and healthy workplace for all Team Members. Every Team Member must commit to the success of our safety program, and be responsible for creating a climate in which everyone shares a concern for the safety of themselves and their co-workers.
Team Members must not discourage a worker from reporting an injury or making a claim for workers compensation or retaliate against any worker who reports a job related injury.
Compliance with Laws and Regulations
Team Members are expected to know, understand and comply with all applicable laws and regulations that impact our business including, and without limitation, laws governing employment, immigration, labor relations, and safety. If you have any questions about the laws and regulations that govern our business, please contact any Branch Manager for more details. In addition, all Team Members are expected to know, understand and comply with all Company policies and procedures. The following are some of the more important areas of law applicable to the Company’s operations:
At EmployUS we believe that the strength and future success of the company is directly related to the ability of each and every employee to uphold the values that form our foundation and to our ability to maintain productive relationships with all of our key stakeholders including employees, customers, Team Members, and members of the communities in which we live and work.
Each day we make decisions that impact the company. These decisions should be based on not only economics but also on whether the action is the right thing to do-legally, ethically, and morally. While this is not always the easiest way to do business, it is the only way we will continue to be a leader in our industry and continue to make a positive difference in the communities we serve.
While it is not possible to have a specific rule for every ethical situation that may be encountered, the Code serves as a basic guideline for business conduct that, when combined with our values, provides you with direction when specific procedures are not applicable. It is the Team Member's duty not only to abide by the Code, but also to report any suspected violations of the Code. Retaliation against anyone who reports a suspected violation is in and of itself a violation of the Code.