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Policy document package

Conduct policy library

15 templates

Conduct explained

Conduct policies contain the rules both employees and employers must adhere to. They outline how people should appropriately interact with one another at work.

Why are conduct policies important?

  1. They can demonstrates a Company's values
  2. They can provide guidelines for behaviour
  3. They can help the Company to act within the law
  4. They can help to improve and maintain employee morale
  5. They can enable Companies to measure employee success

What's included in this library?

Conduct policies are important for outlining how employees are supposed to interact and behave while at work. By setting rules and expectations, employees know how to act at work and can be more successful in their roles.

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Alcohol and drugs policy

Alcohol and drug problems are prevalent in society and are associated with a wide variety of costs for both employers and employees.

Conduct whilst on company business policy

This policy sets out rules on how employees are expected to behave whilst entertaining/on company business, and any repurcussions in the event of poor conduct occurring, such as inappropriate behaviour or harassment.

Conflict of interest policy

This policy outlines the rules regarding conflict of interest and the responsibilities of employees and the company in resolving any such discrepancies.

Disciplinary policy

The disciplinary policy is aimed at ensuring that issues of misconduct are managed and dealt with in a fair and consistent manner.

Dress and appearance policy

A dress and appearance policy (or dress code) is a set of guidelines to make it easy for employees to know what is appropriate to wear to work.

Electronic and telephone communications policy

A model electronic and telephone communications policy to issue in line with best practice, containing clear and effective wording, which is easy to edit.

Good email etiquette policy

Good standards of email communication maintains professionalism, efficiency and reduces risk.

Good meeting etiquette policy

Here are some practical steps to a meeting which can make a difference, some ‘quick wins’ to ensure that your attendance/contribution is professional and a box of ‘handy hints’ to bring them all together.

Good office etiquette policy

Why is office etiquette important? Because bad manners at work can be bad for business by negatively affecting employee morale and productivity.

Grievance policy

A grievance policy/procedure is a formal way for an employee to raise a problem or complaint to their employer.

Personal relationships at work policy

Having individuals who are involved in relationships working alongside each can present legal and practical concerns for employers.

Social media policy

A social media policy is a  code of conduct that provides guidelines for employees who post content on the internet either as part of their job or as a private person.

Standards of behaviour at work policy

Standards of behaviour means the minimum standards of conduct and performance that you should expect from your employees.

Use of Company equipment policy

A model use of company equipment policy to issue in line with best practice, containing clear and effective wording, which is easy to edit.

Whistleblowing policy

All organisations face the risk of things going wrong or of unknowingly harbouring malpractice.