Business Practice with Dehin Systems
Staff should protect and develop the business of the Dehin Systems, through prompt and efficient service to customers and prospective customers.Staff should know their job and the Dehin Systemsí instructions applying to it, follow directions, exercise and not exceed the authorities and discretions delegated to them and act in a manner that will enhance the reputation of the corporation.They should comply with the law in all their activities.
Dealing with Customers and Avoiding Conflicts of Interest
Staff should avoid placing themselves in a position where they may stand to benefit, even indirectly, from a transaction between the Dehin Systems and another party. Where there is any likelihood of such conflict arising, they should make full disclosure to the company.They should ensure that their personal relationships with customers do not influence or prejudice their obligations to the Dehin Systems.
Staff should treat all the affairs of the Dehin Systems, its customers and fellow employees with absolute secrecy. This obligation continues should they leave the Dehin Systems.
Staff should be absolutely honest in all their professional activities.Staff should report any knowledge of fraud, error, breach of law or concealed practice which may be detrimental to the interests of the Dehin Systems.Staff should be aware that the Dehin Systems is often a target of attempted fraud, and be alert to ensure that the Dehin Systemsí position is protected and that it does not inadvertently participate in any illegal activity.
Personal Standards and Finances
Staff should adopt personal standards consistent with the high reputation of the Dehin Systems and endeavor at all times to enhance the standing of the Dehin Systems.They should manage their personal finances in a prudent manner and take care not to overcommit themselves.If one is experiencing any financial difficulties, they should never hesitate to discuss them with their manager. They should inform the Dehin Systems if any insolvency action is taken against them.
Outside Employment and Appointments
Staff may obtain supplementary employment or occupations outside the Dehin Systems, or hold honorary positions in clubs, charitable organizations etc., providing the performance of their Dehin Systems duties is not affected adversely, such employment or occupation does not in any way reflect adversely on the Dehin Systems and does not conflict with their duties to the Dehin Systems.Any outside directorships of commercial organizations should be disclosed to the Dehin Systems and should only be held where there is no possibility of conflict or adverse effect on duties to the Dehin Systems.