III. PERSONAL CONDUCT
Section III. 1 Confidentiality Policy
During the course of employment at “X”, employees come across information related to the trade in methods, processes or strategy which is key to the business. Our clients also entrust us with a lot of important and confidential information. It is an integral part of our role as brand custodians to respect the confidentiality of this information and ensure that we safeguard it against all possible leaks. Therefore employees are required to sign a Confidentiality Code of Conduct, where they commit to not disclose, divulge or communicate to any person any confidential information pertaining to the organization, subsidiary, or client of the Company. “X” reserves its right to initiate appropriate civil and legal proceedings against any employees for a breach of these terms and conditions. Section III. 2 Professional Standards and Business Conduct
“X” assumes that those associated with the organization will conduct themselves ethically and in accordance with standard business practices. Each employee should be familiar with the policies and procedural guidelines that cover the business activities that are his/her responsibility. Legal and Ethical Conduct
Under no circumstances will any payment, or promise to pay, gift or anything else of value be accepted from or given to customers, vendors, consultants, etc. if it is perceived as directly or indirectly influencing any business decision, or commitment of fraud. Gifts
Gifts given by the Company to, or received from suppliers or customers should always be appropriate to the circumstances and should never be of a kind that amounts to impropriety.
Conflicts of Interest
All employees have an obligation to act in the best interest of the Company. Conflicts of interest may arise when an individual’s personal or family interests conflict with those of the Company hence conflicts of interests are prohibited. The purpose of this policy is to ensure...
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