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CONFLICTS OF INTEREST Policy: Writing and Decision Making Kit

CONFLICTS OF INTEREST Policy: Writing and Decision Making Kit

Conflicts of Interest

Conflicts of interest normally arise when employees engage in activities for personal gain that compromise their ability to represent their employer’s best interests. Examples of employee activities commonly viewed as creating conflicts of interest include: having significant financial interests in customers, suppliers, or competitors; working for a competitor; self-employment in competition with the organization; soliciting or accepting gifts or gratuities from suppliers or customers; using the organization’s equipment and supplies for personal gain; and using inside information about the employer for personal benefit.
 
This policy discusses the employer’s ability to prohibit employees from engaging in any activity, practice, or conduct that conflicts with, or appears to conflict with, the interests of the employer; discusses off-duty conduct, direct competition with the employer and the Crime Control Act and Securities Exchange Act.

· Definition of Conflict of Interest
· Business Ethics
· Employee Off-Duty Conduct
· Outside Investments
· Acceptance of Gifts
· Offering Inducements
· Short-Swing Trading
· Disclosing Potential Conflicts
· Off-Duty Conduct
· Employer and Employee as Adversaries
· Influencing Financial Institutions
· Insider Information
· Purchase and Sale of Corporation Shares


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Our policies are intended to help organizations create their own personnel policies or handbooks for distribution internally. Accordingly, you may use the Model Policies verbatim or modify them to suit the culture of your organization. Since the policy is copyrighted, we are making a special exception for this particular use. However, the policies may not be used to create or update policies for any organization other than the one buying the policy. In other words, you can’t create policies or handbooks to offer to other organizations, either for profit or free of charge. This would be considered a direct violation of our copyright.


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