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Conduct whilst on Company business policy

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Conduct whilst on Company business

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 drinking alcohol and to behave in an appropriate, mature and responsible manner, taking into account that they are representing the Company. They must take specific action to ensure they are well

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Last update

7 October 2018


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