Table of Contents

Section 1 ...............................................................Introductory Letter Section 2..................................................................Mission Statement Section 3....................Chain of Command and employee grievances Section 4......................................................................Company Ethics Section 5....................................................Expectations and Behavior -Harrassment;Discriminaton;Misconduct;Ethics.............................. Section 6...............................................Family/Relations and Benefits - Gifts........................................................................................................ Section 7...............................................................Conflicts of Interest Section 8...................................................................Health and Safety

Introductory Letter

Dear Colleagues and Staff,

[company name] aims to be a professionally dedicated service to our assortment of clients. As we maintain our professionality, we also strive to deliver our service in a honorable and understanding manner. While part of the purpose of this organization is to provide a living for both our management and staff, we should also keep in mind that the goal of [company name] is to keep the lives of both customer and staff pleasant and enjoyable. Thus the following code of ethics will provide a guideline for fulfillment of these goals, and serve as reminder of the values of our company.

An Honest successful business is much more satisfying than riches and deceit. Accordingly, we expect all employees of [company name], manager or otherwise, to adhere to the provisions laid out below. First and foremost [company name] is infused with Christian values and influences, toleration and understanding is paramount in the running of this company. We expect employees to exemplify the best of themselves by following the moral standards of the modern business world. Workers should use this code of ethics as a loose form of guidance in helping to deal with business related or moral dilemmas.

This code of Ethics serves as a guideline, but cannot account for every eventuality. Though we expect and encourage you to make the right decision, we are aware and understand that you may struggle to confirm what is right in any given situation. Gray areas, especially in the business world, are abundant. As such we gladly accept any petitions or questions posed our way, so that you make work more efficiently and securely. You should seek guidance not specified in the code of ethics from your superiors. And of course, if you have grievances with how the problem was managed or if an impasse has been reached, it is permissible to send this grievance directly to [company name] HQ, the chairman, and the CEO.

To reaffirm, the purpose of this code of ethics is to ensure the values of our company and the worker. This code applies to every worker regardless of status within the company. All of us our responsible for upholding both our personal values and those we wish to exhibit from our business.

Sincerely, CEO and Chairman

Mission Statement

[company name] is an organization and business committed to Christian values and high moral standards in order to best provide commercial fishermen with a convenient supplier and fresh seafood to the community, and local restaurants by both land and sea. We hope to foster a close-knit community among our workers as well provide them would long-term benefits for their loyal service.

Chain of Command and Employee Grievances

As a two-faceted business, workers will report to different authorities based on their location and department. As a worker in the fish market of a given location, any grievances, complaints, or reports of misconduct will be posed first to the manager of their respective fish market. Those working in the sushi restaurant/bar will report to their respective restaurant manager. If an impasse is reached within any of these groups, all petitions should go to the location manager, who oversees both lower managers. After this, the next authority for worker grievances is the Human Resources department, located at the organization's HQ and receivable by the number: 954-667-7017

If an employee wishes for any reason to leave an anonymous report, they may send such an anonymous report to the postal office box address or the phone numbers below:

Company Ethics

  • We expect every manager or employee to work to the best of his/her ability, further enhancing the company's values and ethics
  • Accept the consequences of ones owns faults and duties
  • Trust and Honesty is what we look forward to within our company's guide lines.
  • We want to be able to put trust in our members to help bring success to our company.
  • All values in this code will be put to use when dealing with customers, because the customer is our most essential asset.

Expectations and Behavior

  • Discrimination:
  • Within our company, one is expected to practice equality. No member of the organization is to practice inequity and favoritism towards another member.
  • No employee will be hurt nor will benefit due to ones actions
  • Every member, customer etc. will be treated with honesty and respect
  • Gender nor race will determine ones actions towards one another
  • Harassment:
  • Within our policy of respect, all members who treat others with aggression into any physical or sexual harassment will not be tolerated
  • One may not intimidate or be intimidated to do a task not issued by the head staff
  • Expected Behavior:
  • A respectful, honest, and spirited attitude will be expected while representing the company's name
  • Members will work and be represented in a manner containing the upmost integrity and spirituality
  • All members of staff will be held accountable for actions that involve personal risks that hurt or alter the company's reputation
  • Physical misconduct:
  • Handling of food, fish, and perishable products of the company with unclean hands
  • Assuming an inappropriate attitude or physical handling of customers, superiors, inferiors, and coworkers
  • Not conforming to safety protocols and standard regulations
  • Ethical misconduct/Crime:
  • cheating the company or customers out of anything owed to them within reason (ex. Refusing loyal customers napkins, silverware, or other commodities after the fact; pocketing unofficial transactions; handing out freebies to friends.)
  • going against our societies laws is unacceptable, especially when it comes to ethics in business
  • At no point in time should we see any member of our company partake in money laundering, tax evasion or other white collar crimes

Family/Relations and Benefits

  • Family members are encouraged to come in and interact with the business, unless they become a distraction
  • Relationships and any gift giving by fellow employees could be seen as discrimination

Conflicts Of Interest

  • We believe how one presents his/herself on and off duty is key to not only the company's, but also the individuals
  • Employees should take caution to what they post on social media and should always ask the question "Is this something that may bring consequences to myself."
  • Employees should not bring in and furthermore advertise our fellow competitors while on duty.

Health and Saftey

  • Your health and safety is our concern and your duty to take care off
  • As chairmen, we will offer our employees with the best supplies to create a more safe environment

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