How do you write a Code of Conduct document?

Use this page to describe how you expect your employees or volunteers to behave. For example you might require certain types of dress and certain modes of behaviors such as always greeting clients with specific phrase or asking specific questions at checkout. You might also spell out general behaviors that could affect hiring and firing decisions even if actions take place outside of work. For example some companies ask that their employees do not drink in public or participate in political demonstrations. And some policies explicitly state that if an employee is convicted of felony he or she can be dismissed. Note that Proposal Pack includes many templates that can be incorporated or referenced here such as Best Practices and Principles. Introduce the topic of conduct here and explain its importance to your organization. Then provide details below for specific occasions or categories of conduct. Conduct topic #1 e. g. " Conduct While Wearing the Company Uniform" or " Greeting Customers at the Door" Insert details here about this topic. Conduct topic #2

Insert details here about this topic. Conduct topic #3 Insert details here about this topic. Insert summary paragraph here as needed. You might want to explain what will happen if any of the rules for conduct listed above are violated.

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Use this page to describe how you expect your employees or volunteers to behave. For example, you might require certain types of dress and certain modes of behaviors, such as always greeting clients with a specific phrase or asking specific questions at checkout. You might also spell out general behaviors that could affect hiring and firing decisions even if actions take place outside of work.

 

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Writing the Code of Conduct document

Use this page to describe how you expect your employees or volunteers to behave. For example you might require certain types of dress and certain modes of behaviors such as always greeting clients with specific phrase or asking specific questions at checkout. You might also spell out general behaviors that could affect hiring and firing decisions even if actions take place outside of work. For example some companies ask that their employees do not drink in public or participate in political demonstrations. And some policies explicitly state that if an employee is convicted of felony he or she can be dismissed. Note that Proposal Pack includes many templates that can be incorporated or referenced here such as Best Practices and Principles. Introduce the topic of conduct here and explain its importance to your organization. Then provide details below for specific occasions or categories of conduct. Conduct topic #1 e. g. " Conduct While Wearing the Company Uniform" or " Greeting Customers at the Door" Insert details here about this topic. Conduct topic #2

Insert details here about this topic. Conduct topic #3 Insert details here about this topic. Insert summary paragraph here as needed. You might want to explain what will happen if any of the rules for conduct listed above are violated.

A Document from Proposal Pack

The editable Code of Conduct template - complete with the actual formatting, layout and graphics is available in the retail Proposal Packs.

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