Whether it’s setting the standard for new employees, laying the groundwork for dealing with problematic staff, or informing employees, customers, volunteers or students what kind of behavior won’t be tolerated, a code of conduct can do a lot to protect organizations both large and small. A code of conduct helps set expectations and defines acceptable behaviors. Many organizations require employees to sign the code of conduct and most are still using paper. But paper agreements can be frustrating. The costs of printing and storing signed copies quickly stacks up, and having to refer to one in the event of a dispute requires digging through boxes of files. There’s good news, though. You can make the process a lot easier.TRY IT FREE ›
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While each company is different, the following are often included in a code of conduct.
While privately-owned companies are not required to have a Code of Conduct, to create an optimal working environment, it is important to have a clear understanding on what behaviors are expected from employees. This can be done through implementing guidelines through an official Code of Conduct document or agreement that covers major legal risks as well as ethical issues so people know how they should act according the law and good business practices while also helping them make more informed decisions when faced with difficult situations at work.
The Council of Nonprofits encourages all nonprofits to create an appropriate 'statement of values' or 'code of ethics' for your nonprofit. For some charitable nonprofits it may be appropriate that their codes incorporate standards already adopted by certain professional groups.
A Code of Ethics generally governs decision-making while a Code of Conduct generally governs actions. Both can help set expectations for employees, members and volunteer staff.
Presenting your code of conduct agreement digitally will help you simplify your process of collecting signatures, and provide better service.
With WaiverSign, you can generate a single link, and use that link for every signer and for all documents that need to be signed. Just send it to the person who needs to sign the code of conduct or other on-boarding documents, and with a single click, they will be presented with all documents that need to be signed. They enter the information you’ve requested, apply their signature, and all signed documents are immediately stored in WaiverSign. Each document is signed and saved individually and each is emailed to the person who signed. It’s faster and easier for you, and for more convenient for them.Try It Free
WaiverSign enables you to customize the information you want to collect on your document. Choose from a variety of standard fields, or create your own based on your business’s unique needs. Then, make as many of them a required entry field as you like, and never fret about missing information ever again.Try It Free
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Whether your signers are staff members or participants, make it easier to account for all signed agreements, give your signers a chance to read the document before signing it, and give them the freedom to sign it at their leisure. A more efficient on-boarding process not only makes your business look great, but new employees love the convenience.Try It Free
If you employ minors, ensuring that parents understand expectations can be very helpful. If you need to collect parent or guardian signatures for minors, look no further. WaiverSign has built-in functionality to facilitate signing for minors; with just a few clicks and a single document, one adult can sign for themselves and any number of minors under their charge. WaiverSign even enables you to determine age of majority, who can sign documents, and more.Try It Free
WaiverSign enables you to build your digital document to meet your business’s needs.
WaiverSign can help you collect electronic signatures on just about any agreement that you need to have signed repeatedly. Your employees and clients will love how easy it is! You’ll love getting organized and saving time!
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