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Code of Conduct Introduction Guided by the Worthington Philosophy, Worthington has built a strong and valuable reputation. Preserving and building upon this reputation and maintaining the trust and confidence of those with whom we deal is vitally important to the Company and a responsibility all employees share. The Worthington Industries Philosophy has long provided employees with guidance for the conduct of business operations.
This Code of Conduct is a further guide to the legal and ethical standards the Company expects of all employees and to their relationship with the Company, fellow employees, customers, suppliers and other parties. This Code of Conduct is neither a contract nor a comprehensive manual that covers every situation that might develop. It is a guide that identifies key issues, policies and resources to help employees reach appropriate decisions.
Commitment to Legal and Ethical Behavior Worthington is committed to conducting its business in accordance with medicine hat escourts core values reflected in worthingtln Worthington Philosophy, which is rooted in the Golden Rule of treating others as we would like to be treated. This commitment includes conducting its business in accordance worthintgon high standards of ethical behavior and in compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
Worthington views this commitment seriously and expects all of its employees to ensure this commitment is met. All employees must be aware of the laws and regulations that affect their job and must carry out their responsibilities in compliance with those laws and regulations.
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Employees must adhere to the standards of conduct outlined in this Code of Conduct and act in a professional, legal and ethical manner at all times. Any questions or concerns about illegal or unethical acts should be raised worthlngton management or the Ethics Officer, or reported on the EthicsLine. Any manager who is notified of, or otherwise becomes aware of, any suspected worthingtoon behavior, illegal act, or other violation of this Code of Conduct, is to report such matter to the Ethics Officer, either directly or on the EthicsLine.
Failure to abide by this Code of Worthinton and applicable laws and regulations can lead to disciplinary measures appropriate to the violation, up to and including termination. Work Environment Respect. Worthington employees will treat each other bored mwm wanna chat dignity and respect at all times.
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Equal Opportunity. Worthington Industries is an equal opportunity employer.
The Company does not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, age, national origin, citizenship, disability, veteran status, or any other reason prohibited by federal, state, local or foreign law or regulation. Worthington prohibits all forms of unlawful harassment or discrimination based upon sex, race, color, religion, age, national origin, citizenship, disability, veteran status or any other reason prohibited by applicable federal, state, local or foreign law or regulation.
Worthington will not tolerate sexual advances, actions, comments or other conduct that creates an intimidating, offensive or hostile environment. Religious or ethnic slurs, jokes or other demeaning conduct which would be considered unwanted by a reasonable person are not permitted. Anyone who has been found, after investigation by Worthington, to have violated this policy will be subject to appropriate discipline, up to and including termination. The overall safety and well being of all Worthington employees is of the utmost importance and is a responsibility the Company and all employees share.
Employees must comply with safety rules and procedures required by applicable laws and regulations and established by the Company with respect to each of its locations. Failure to follow safety rules, procedures, laws or regulations will subject the employee to disciplinary action up to and including termination. Worthington is committed to providing quality girl looking for quality guy safe work environment and to maintaining all equipment and machinery in proper working condition, with all safety apparatus in place and functioning.
Assuring this is a fundamental responsibility of each employee. Prevention of Violence in the Workplace. Worthington believes the best deterrent to employee violence is open communication between the employee and management. Worthington recognizes this and will continue to maintain its Open Door Policy for constructive and interactive problem solving. However, any act of violence or threat of violence, serious or not, direct or indirect, against a co-worker, customer, visitor or other individual by a Worthington employee will not be tolerated and is prohibited.
Any employee engaging in such conduct will be subject to disciplinary action up to and including termination. Failure to do so may result in disciplinary action up to and including termination. While Worthington will attempt to maintain confidentiality as appropriate for any reported act or threat of violence, the prevention of any potential serious harm to an individual will take precedence over confidentiality.
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Loyalty To Worthington Conflicts of Interest. Business decisions and actions must be based on the best interests of Worthington and must nb personals be motivated or influenced by personal considerations or relationships. All employees must avoid conflicts of interest.
If an employee suspects even the appearance of a conflict of interest or is in doubt about a particular situation, the employee should promptly notify his or her supervisor or the Ethics Officer. The supervisor will then consult with the management or the Ethics Officer as appropriate.
It is not possible to identify every instance that in a conflict of interest or in the appearance of impropriety. However, the following guidelines identify common instances in which they occur.
Business Opportunities. Employees may not allow their investments to influence, or appear to influence, their independent judgment on behalf of Worthington. If there is any doubt about how an investment might be perceived, the employee should disclose it to his or her supervisor or the Ethics Officer.
Family Members. Employees may not use undue personal influence to get or to do business with an entity in which family members or friends have an interest. These decisions must be made on the basis of what is best for the 2 Company. The supervisor will then consult with management or the Ethics Officer as appropriate. Consultants and Representatives. When it is necessary to engage the services of an individual or firm to consult for or otherwise represent the Company, special escorts cape breton must be given to avoid any conflicts of interest between the Company and the person or entity so employed.
Bribes, Kickbacks and Other Improper Payments. Bribes, kickbacks, payoffs and other improper payments are unethical and illegal, and no employee may make, offer or authorize any such payment. Also, employees are not permitted to solicit or accept any offer, payment, or gift that is intended or appears to influence their conduct or decisions or that is otherwise unlawful. Fraud, Misappropriation, Theft, Embezzlement.
Employees shall not commit, aid or assist in any fraud, misappropriation, theft, embezzlement, bribery or any similar activities. Prohibited acts cjat, but are not limited worthigton forgery or alteration of checks, securities or other negotiable instruments; misappropriation of funds, securities or other assets; improper handling or reporting of money or financial transactions; improper handling of corporate property, assets or information or their aspen escort for personal gain; unauthorized use or disclosure of corporate business plans, intellectual property, trade secrets or financial information; destruction or unauthorized removal of records, furniture, fixtures or equipment; violating federal, state, local or foreign tax laws or regulations; and submitting false expense reports or other false personal information.
Employees who suspect or have information concerning any chatt wrongdoing involving Worthington, its employees or any Worthington agent or customer including customer employees, or worthingto doing business with Worthington must promptly notify their supervisor, a member of management or the Ethics Officer. Gifts, Meals and Entertainment. By receiving meals, gifts or entertainment, an employee may create the impression that the employee favors an entity for reasons of personal advantage rather than price, quality, service or other factors beneficial to the Company.
Employees involved in purchasing, negotiating or contracting with vendors and customers must use special care to avoid the existence, or even the appearance, of impropriety.
As a worhington rule, if the disclosure of the gift, meal, entertainment or travel to fellow employees or others would embarrass the employee or the Company, it should not be accepted. Similar good judgment must be applied in giving gifts, meals, entertainment and travel to current or prospective customers and vendors. Personal Behavior Employees are expected to conduct their private affairs worthigton actions in a manner that will not cause embarrassment to or bring discredit upon the Company.
Social Media Use. In such cases, employees must limit their discussion to matters of business use. Communications must not reveal information about Worthington Industries processes, techniques, trade secrets or confidential information and must not otherwise violate this or worthinvton Worthington policies. Employees should not participate looking for my trucker man or provide information about the Company to chat rooms, message boards or similar forums.
These forums are not sponsored by, or endorsed by Worthington.
When employees participate in such forums they worthinbton provide information which may be confidential, inappropriate or detrimental to Worthington and its interests, which could potentially expose them to personal liability. Employees who do provide confidential, inappropriate, derogatory or damaging information about Worthington are subject to disciplinary action, up to and including termination.
The best way to avoid any problems is not to participate. Software Use. Unauthorized duplication of north mandurah transexual escorts material including, but not limited to, digitization and distribution of photographs from magazines, books or other copyrighted sources, copyrighted music, and the installation of any copyrighted software for which Worthington Industries or the end user does not have an active is strictly prohibited.
Exporting software, technical information, encryption software or technology, in violation of international or regional export control laws, is illegal. The appropriate management should be consulted prior to export of any material that is in question. Policy on Electronic Media. The Company provides many of its employees access to one or more forms of electronic media and services, worthinngton computers, e-mails, telephones, voice mail, fax machines, external electronic bulletin boards, wire services, on-line services and the internet and the worldwide web.
These media and associated services can enhance communication and are valuable sources of information.