Module 3 - Code of Conduct

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Please read page 1 of the policy and answer the corresponding questions.

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1. Only the Chief Administrative Officer is required to show the highest level of ethics and integrity in carrying out their duties for the City.
2. If any employee (that’s you!) is involved in any circumstance that creates, or might be considered to create, a conflict of interest under this policy or contravene the Code of Conduct, you must:
3. Managers are responsible for:
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4. If you are involved in (or aware of) a situation which could be a breach of the Code of Conduct, but you are not comfortable going to your manager, you should:
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5. All employees must keep their role as private citizens separate and distinct from their responsibilities as public service employees and avoid:
6. Schedule A of this policy provides guidelines regarding conflict of interest situations to help employees better understand where a conflict could occur. An example of a conflict of interest would be when an employee:
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7. Some examples of how being a City employee and having access to information about City administrative processes could benefit you include:
8. City employees, like celebrities, should use the status of their position with the City to:
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9. Exploiting a work relationship for personal advantage or benefit is a breach of the Code of Conduct.
10. The following are examples of acceptable use of City property and information:
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11. There are a number of conditions that must be avoided if an employee is engaged in outside employment or a personal business, including that the outside work does not:
12. Employees are required to disclose to management any outside employment that might put the employee into, or be reasonably seen to put the employee into, a conflict with their work for the City.
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As an employee, you can access City of Nanaimo policies at any time through the City’s intranet site. All employees must adhere to the principles and procedures in this policy, noting employee accountabilities.

Please check “yes” to acknowledge you have read and understand this policy and, if at any time you have questions about this policy, you can speak to your supervisor or Human Resources.

I acknowledge that I have read, understand and will abide by the Code of Conduct policy.

Last updated: October 9, 2019

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