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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.


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Conflict of interest

The relationship of the company with its employees should be based on mutual trust. As the company is committed to preserve the interests of people under its employment, it expects them to act only towards its own fundamental interests.

Conflict of interest may occur whenever an employee's interest in a particular subject may lead them to actions, activities or relationships that undermine the company and may place it to disadvantage.

Types of conflict

  • Employee's ability to use their position with the company to their personal advantage
  • Employees engaging in activities that will bring direct or indirect profit to a competitor
  • Employees owning

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Last update

8 March 2021

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