Conflict of Interest & Business Ethics Policy
Whether of purchased Service, or Good(s)/Product(s), you are our potential customer, or Customer, the object of our labor, and the party for whom we will work tirelessly and to great extent to assure satisfaction for our additional, growing business endeavors and long-term relationship.
COBI1). For Goods: Walt Medical Product Services & Staffing, Inc strives to provide current, useful information products in quality, convenient packaging for your immediate use in decision-making, design, etc.
COBI2). For Services:, we always strive to operate in the utmost professional, business-like manner, with a win-win-win mentality. We seek Clients who are not only innovative and success-oriented, but who are fair-minded, even-handed, and concerned about mutual business success with those they engage in business. As you succeed, we expect to succeed with you, by increased business, etc. As we succeed with you, our ability to help you in greater ways increases. It's a circle of business professional life, of success, that we believe in. We work with our clients, as follows, and trust you find such acceptable.
Our Promise & Expectation
COBI3). Walt Medical Product Services & Staffing, Inc requires: all its Directors, Officers, Staff, employees, and contractor specialists, those with which we have the ability to influence, to execute written agreement attesting to their intent to comply with the following as they perform in our Company and with our Clients and involved Affiliates, ("the Parties"), or their "involved" employees, contractors, suppliers, distributors, or competitors ("their Involved Parties"). We are also highly selective in working with Suppliers who have published Conflicts of Interest and Ethics Policies. We avoid working with clients where we know, or learn these ethical practices are not Policy, or the norm.
COBI4). Unless provided for by law, AND having the expressed written consent of a binding authority of the Parties, WE WILL NOT:
- a). Violate any known procedure of the Parties agreed to in writing a priori, holding Confidentiality of Information which is clearly identified as such in writing, which includes any disclosure in any manner of any of: specifications, drawings, methods, markets, clients, customers, prices, costs, availability, etc; at any time, in any place or fashion.
- b). Accept or offer non-negligible gifts, excessive or unapproved entertainment, favors or payments with respect to the Parties, or their Involved Parties, which may be deemed to constitute undue influence, be unlawful or otherwise improper, or cause embarrassment.
- c). Participate in civic or professional organizations that have some potential to involve divulging such Confidential Information, or are unlawful, or clearly of contradictory charter to the Parties and are likely therefore to cause embarrassment.
- d). Initiate or approveactions with the Parties or their Involved Parties, where there is a direct family relationship or appears to be a direct personal or social involvement.
- e). Initiate or approve any form of personal or social harassment of any human resources of the Parties or their Involved Parties.
- f). Invest or hold outside directorship in Parties, or their Involved Parties, where such investment or directorship has any reasonable possibility to influence in any manner a decision or course of action related to the Parties' engagement.
- g). Borrow or lend to any Party or their Involved Parties.
- h). Acquire real estate known to be of interest to any of the Parties or their involved Parties.
- i). Improperly use or disclose any Proprietary Information, equivalently as for Confidential Information above.
- j). Make any independent agreement with any unauthorized persons of the Parties, or their Involved Parties.
- k). Improperly use or authorize use of any inventions subject to patent claims, whether realized and in a Product(s), or pending, which are clearly identified in writing as IP.
- l). In general, engaging in any conduct which appears to casual, reasonable observation by business professionals, that would not be in the best interest of the Parties, or their Involved Parties.
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