By Steven R. Barth, Aspatore Books Staff
By no means has moral company behavior got as a lot realization and concentration because it does at the present, within the wake of the far-reaching monetary and societal results of the dramatic collapses that experience thundered via company the United States. no matter if your organization is deepest, publicly-held, works with the govt - both contractually or via direct law - the institution, verbal exchange and enforcement of a entire set of moral principles for company behavior inside of your company is key for accomplishing enterprise now, and into the long run. As company tradition is ever evolving, a development that might in basic terms speed up sooner or later, and as ethics performs a imperative position in lots of judgements that staff make, it's now extra vital than ever to enforce a company code of behavior on your crew. this sort of code will serve to set forth very important floor principles, allowing staff to react responsibly to either felony and moral dilemmas in a constant demeanour, all through a company. Written through major privateness legal professional Steven Barth of Foley & Lardner, this e-book can help you to set up a collection of entire and enforceable company-wide enterprise behavioral ideas that might govern such judgements in your staff. a company tradition, generated below this moral scope, will preserve your company's imaginative and prescient in keeping with the legislations or even restrict your legal responsibility publicity, should still a moral lapse ensue. Use this ebook to set up primary ideas and criteria on your staff to function a roadmap for navigating the criminal, moral and ethical dilemmas they face every day, within the traditional process accomplishing enterprise. The ebook additionally contains the codes of behavior from Coca-Cola (as an exemplary version) and from Enron (as a negative model).
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Protecting Proprietary Information - Yours and Theirs Your company's code of conduct should emphasize that your employees should not disclose your company's confidential and proprietary information to a customer or potential customer unless disclosure is expressly authorized by a designated company official and appropriate confidentiality protections are established with your customer. Your corporate code should stress that your customers' confidential and proprietary information and resources should be protected by your employees to the same extent they should protect your own company's confidential and proprietary information and resources.
Because of the rapidly changing nature of electronic media, and because "netiquette" is developing and evolving on an ongoing basis among users of external online services and the Internet, it may be difficult for your company's code of conduct to cover every situation applicable to your business and your electronic media systems and equipment. Nonetheless, your company's code should set forth certain general principles to be applied and followed by your employees in their use of your company's electronic media, equipment, and 44 Chapter 6: Ethical Treatment of Your Company Chapter 6: Ethical Treatment of Your Company 45 services.
Therefore, as a general rule, all of your company's employees' Internet use should be conducted with this in mind so they always portray your company's reputation and goodwill. • Access to selected Internet hosts or networks that your company designates as inappropriate may be denied. • Use of games or other non-work-related objects over the Internet should be prohibited. Your company's employees may not use your company's electronic media for knowingly transmitting, retrieving, or storing any communication that is: • Discriminatory, harassing, or threatening • Derogatory or disparaging to any individual • Obscene, pornographic, profane, sexually explicit, or offensive • Defamatory • An ethnic or racial slur • A "chain letter" or junk mail • Political or religious in nature • Untrue or fraudulent • Illegal or against your company's policy or contrary to your company's interest • For personal profit In downloading any material from the World Wide Web or by file transfer, or in distributing any material by email or file transfer, your employees must bear in mind any proprietary or intellectual property rights of third parties in the material.