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A Quarterly Newsletter by ESSCI

Membership - Code of Conduct

Relationship with client

 

All members of ESSCI are bound to conform to the Code of Conduct of the Association, as under:

 

Dealings with clients must be conducted in an ethical manner; terms of agreements should be clearly and precisely expressed and fulfilled in good faith; work undertaken should be carried out promptly and efficiently and client's interests properly safeguarded and confidentiality maintained.

Relations with fellow members

Dealings with fellow members must be conducted in a positive and professional manner and in utmost courtesy and fairness; property rights, work results, confidential data and vendor/client relations of fellow members ought to be respected; and no engagement in harmful, disparaging or predatory tactics will be entertained.

Relations with principals

Members shall represent principals in a fair and business-like manner in accordance with their contract, their property and other rights; and provide full and accurate business records.

Relations with employees

Members shall strive to employ high calibre staff and offer fair and equal opportunities for growth and development. Relevant training and constant upgrading of the employees has to be provided in line with job responsibilities. Also, employees have to be informed of their obligation to keep important data confidential, and of the fact that any professional misconduct constituting of unauthorized disclosure of confidential nature or violation of copyright laws will cause employers to take disciplinary action.

Relations with public

Members shall promote effective use of electronics as an instrument for social and economic good and act as good corporate citizens and fulfil their responsibilities to the community.

Relations with international community

Members shall promote communication with foreign countries, based on international cooperation. They would not harm India's image, while conducting business abroad.

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