Employee Conduct Sample Clauses

Employee Conduct. Employee covenants, warrants and represents that during the period of Employee’s employment with the Company, Employee shall at all times comply with the Company’s written policy as in effect from time to time on the acceptance of gifts and gratuities from customers, vendors, suppliers, or other persons doing business with the Company. Employee represents and understands that acceptance or encouragement of any gift or gratuity not in compliance with such policy may create a perceived financial obligation and/or conflict of interest for the Company and shall not be permitted as a means to influence business decisions, transactions or service. In this situation, as in all other areas of employment, Employee is expected to conduct himself or herself using the highest ethical standard.
Employee Conduct. Employee covenants, warrants and represents that during the period of his or her employment with NAI, Employee shall not accept or encourage the offering of gifts or gratuities from any customer, vendor, supplier, or other person doing business with NAI. Employee represents and understands that acceptance or encouragement of any gift or gratuity may create a perceived financial obligation and/or conflict of interest for NAI and shall not be permitted as a means to influence business decisions, transactions or service. In this situation, as in all other areas of employment, Employee is expected to conduct himself or herself using the highest ethical standard.
Employee Conduct. (a) The Executive represents and agrees with the Company that he will make no disbursement or other payment of any kind or character out of the compensation paid, or expenses reimbursed to him pursuant hereto, or with any other fund, with contravene, in any material respect, any policy of the Company or, in any material respect, any applicable statute or rule, regulation or order of any jurisdiction, foreign or domestic. The Executive further agrees to indemnify and save harmless the Company for any liabilities, obligations, claims, penalties, fines or losses resulting from any unauthorized or unlawful acts of the Employee which contravene, in any material respect, any policy of the Company or any statute, rule, regulation or order of any jurisdiction, foreign or domestic, applicable to the Executive or the Company. The provisions of this Section 8 shall survive the dissolution or termination of Executive's employment under this Agreement.
Employee Conduct. A. All members of the bargaining unit are subject to, and enjoy the protection of the Principles of Employee Conduct, University of Massachusetts DOC. T96-136 (passed by the Board of Trustees 12/4/96), a copy of which is reproduced below and incorporated into this agreement. DOC. T96-136, as amended Passed by the BoT 12/4/96 PRINCIPLES OF EMPLOYEE CONDUCT UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS Institutions of higher education are entrusted with great resources and commensurably great responsibilities. They must meet their mission of research, teaching, and service in ways that truly enrich the society that supports them and truly serve the students, parents, and alumni who in joining the university community become life-long members of the extended university learning family. College and university leaders play a key role in assuring that high standards of ethical practice attend to the delivery of services to their various constituents and to the custody and use by all their faculty, staff and students of the resources entrusted to them. The University of Massachusetts embraces the values expressed in these Principles of Employee Conduct and expects their observance by all its employees. • University employees are entrusted with public resources and are expected to understand their responsibilities with respect to conflicts of interest and to behave in ways consistent both with law and with University policy. • University employees are expected to be competent and to strive to advance competence both in themselves and in others. • The conduct of University employees is expected to be characterized by integrity and dignity, and they should expect and encourage such conduct by others. • University employees are expected to be honest and conduct themselves in ways that accord respect to themselves and others. • University employees are expected to accept full responsibility for their actions and to strive to serve others and accord fair and just treatment to all. • University employees are expected to conduct themselves in ways that foster forthright expression of opinion and tolerance for the view of others. • University employees are expected to be aware of and understand those institutional objectives and policies relevant to their job responsibilities, be capable of appropriately interpreting them within and beyond the institution, and contribute constructively to their ongoing evaluation and reformulation. The University is responsible for communicating to Univers...
Employee Conduct. 25.01 The Union will uphold reasonable rules and regulations of the Company in regard to punctual and steady attendance, proper and sufficient notification in case of absence, as well as businesslike conduct on Company premises.
Employee Conduct. (1) As Sr. Vice President and Publisher of Reference Product, Employee recognizes and understands his fiduciary relationship with and responsibilities to Employer. Employee therefore promises to act always in good faith and in the best interests of Employer in the discharge of his duties and obligations. Further, Employee agrees to devote his full working time and efforts to his employment with Employer. Should Employee during the term of this Agreement fail to so devote his full working time and efforts to the benefit of Employer for any reason other than illness or disability, or should he fail in Employer's resonable estimation to accomplish the business goals and responsibilities with which he has been charged, providing that failure is a result of factors within his control, or engage in any activity or business enterprise competing or conflicting with the business or activities of Employer, its subsidiaries, partners, or agents, or should he engage in any illegal or criminal conduct or acts of insubordination or moral turpitude (such as fornication, adultery, theft, embezzlement and/or fraud), or should he violate any of the terms and provisions of Subparagraph D(1) hereunder, then Employer, at its sole discretion, may terminate the employment of Employee immediately and without payment of the salary continuation described in C.(2) below. On the last day of employment or promptly thereafter, Employer shall pay Employee as final compensation all salary earned and unpaid as of that date, accrued vacation and sick pay, vested and non-forfeited bonuses and stock grants, if any, and any other vested funds earned in accordance with the provisions of Employer's benefit plans.
Employee Conduct. CONTRACTOR shall control the conduct, demeanor, and appearance of its officers, agents, employees, and representatives. It shall be the responsibility of CONTRACTOR to maintain close supervision over such officers, agents, employees and representatives to assure the rendering of a high standard of service to the traveling passengers. CONTRACTOR shall require its attendants and employees to be, clean, courteous, efficient, and neat in appearance at all times, and shall not employ any person(s) in or about the Airport who shall use offensive language or act in a loud, boisterous, or otherwise improper manner. While at the Airport, CONTRACTOR’s employees shall comply with the standards of demeanor adopted from time to time by COUNTY Project Coordinator, including without limitation, no smoking or consumption of food or beverages while in view of the passengers or in a shuttle. At no time shall CONTRACTOR personnel interact with friends and family not employed at the Airport on or about any shuttle vehicle. Employees shall handle shuttles in a manner that is safe and prudent at all times and shall not use in any manner any cell phones or mobile communication devices while operating an employee shuttle (except for the device used to coordinate shuttle spacing or to call 911 or Airport Police Services); violations of this requirement may result in assessment of penalties as described in Attachment CSchedule of Deductions. Periodic inspections concerning the conduct, demeanor and appearance of CONTRACTOR’s personnel employed in providing the Shuttle Service shall be made by COUNTY Project Coordinator or designee. Upon objection from COUNTY Project Coordinator or designee concerning the conduct, demeanor or appearance of offending officers, agents, employees or representatives whose conduct is detrimental to the best interests of the passenger, CONTRACTOR shall forthwith take all steps necessary to remove the cause of the objection, or upon request of COUNTY Project Coordinator, remove the employee from engaging in any responsibilities related to this CONTRACT.