Conduct definition

Conduct or "course of conduct" means a single act, two or more acts, a single instance of an action not being taken or of forbearance given, two or more instances of an action not being taken or of forbearance given, or any combination of the foregoing.
Conduct means the commission of an act or the failure to act.

Examples of Conduct in a sentence

  • By the acceptance of a USAID personal services contract as an individual, the contractor will be acknowledging receipt of the “Standards of Ethical Conduct for Employees of the Executive Branch,” available from the U.S. Office of Government Ethics, in accordance with General Provision 2 and 5 CFR 2635.

  • In addition, the management of the sub-fund complies with the restricted investment limits under the Financial Conduct Authority Rules.

  • RNS is approved by the Financial Conduct Authority to act as a Primary Information Provider in the United Kingdom.

  • Which shall be in accordance with the current RICS Valuation Standards (The Red Book) and RICS Rules of Conduct.

  • While working in HHEC, Consultants will adhere to HHEC Employees’ (Conduct, Discipline & Appeal Rules), 1976.

More Definitions of Conduct

Conduct means the manner in which the Employee behaviour impacts on their work.
Conduct means an act or series of acts and the accompanying mental state.
Conduct means an act or omission and its accompanying mental state.
Conduct includes delay in the exercise of a right;
Conduct means to back, promote, organize, manage, carry on, sponsor, or prepare for the operation of bingo or a game of chance.
Conduct means an act or omission.
Conduct means, with respect to any Clinical Study, to (a) sponsor, support or perform, directly or indirectly through a Third Party, such Clinical Study; or (b) provide to a Third Party funding for, or clinical supplies (including placebos) for use in, such Clinical Study.