When to use it
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.
Conduct whilst on company business
This policy sets out rules on how employees are expected to behave whilst entertaining/on company business.
This policy is applicable to all employees of [company name].
As a general rule, what employees do after normal working hours and off Company premises is a personal matter and does not directly concern the Company. However, there are some exceptions to this rule.
The Company will become involved where incidents occur:
- at office parties, office drinks events or other work-related social occasions or gatherings, whether organised by the Company or by employees themselves
- at social occasions or gatherings organised by the Company's customers or clients where the employee has been invited in their capacity as an employee of the Company
- at work-related conferences
- whilst the employee is working away on business on behalf of the Company.
On these occasions, employees are expected to be moderate if drinkin
The full Conduct whilst on company business policy will be available once purchased.
Reviewed 2 May 2022
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?
- They can demonstrates a Company's values
- They can provide guidelines for behaviour
- They can help the Company to act within the law
- They can help to improve and maintain employee morale
- They can enable Companies to measure employee success