Ethical guidelines

Ethical guidelines

In order to prepare ethical guidelines, it can be an advantage to know the risk that objectionable conditions may arise in the organization. The purpose is to maintain good attitudes, correct behavior and prevent critical situations from arising.
Ethical guidelines should be available to everyone who works in the company, including permanent staff, temporary staff, students and others associated with the organization. The ethical guidelines may have information about consequences that will arise if one violates the company’s ethical guidelines, laws and rules and ethical norms

In the ethical guidelines it can be information about how  employees should relate to:

  • Corporate social responsibility

-Human rights

-Child labor

-Forced labor

-Union and collective bargaining

  • Health and safety
  • Discrimination
  • Alcohol consumption
  • Duty to provide information
  • Conflicts of interest and impartiality
  • Duty of confidentiality
  • Security information
  • Integrity and responsibility
  • The company’s assets and private use of them
  • Whistleblowing
  • Reactions in case of violation of the guidelines