Standards of worker' ethical and functional behavior

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Standards of worker' ethical and functional behavior Worker must Abide the following :

1. To perform the work assigned to him accurately, honestly, transparency and fairness.

2. The working time should be devoted to the performance of his duties, maintain work schedules and

follow the procedures prescribed by the regulations of the Chamber in case of absenteeism.


3. To collaborate with his colleagues in the performance of duties required to secure the workflow.


4. To keep the work secrets.


5. To maintain the property and funds of the Chamber and what in his custody of documents, logs,

machinery and so on.


6. To maintain the dignity of occupation, decent behavior and to treat in a good manner by his colleagues,

his superiors and the public dealing with the Chamber, as well as to perform their interests in a timely



7. To maintain his personal reputation and Chamber reputation and distancing himself from any suspicion.


8. To perform the orders issued to him within the limits of applicable laws and regulations at the Chamber.


9. Commitment to wear suitable outfit of the work and commitment of employees of administrations allotted


a specific uniform to wear it "those who are provided with formal attire".


10 To comply with all applicable laws and regulations at the Chamber.

Second: the worker is prohibited to do the following - the prohibitions


1. Violation of the rules of attendance and leave or manipulation at the clock or reveal attendance to prove unlike the truth.


2. Preoccupation with anything from the work or sleep during working hours.


3. Smoking in no-smoking areas.


4. The worker does not save papers and documents within the designated areas or retaining the origins of


official documents or removing from their files without permission.


5. Use the information obtained by virtue of his work for the achievement of personal interest to him or


disclosing matters which he is informed by virtue of his work, if they were secret.


6. To hide or attempt to hide irregularities relating to work.


7. Negligence or shorten in work, refraining from the performance of work without justification or disable the

interests of the public.


8. To insert unauthorized things, conduct commercial transactions within the workplace or insert alcoholic

beverages or drugs and ingest them.

9. Failure to perform work Instructions, whether written or had been as custom work or incitement to violate

the instructions or order of work, which is abusive to work and its good flow.


10. Causes disorder during the investigation or to give intentionally false information or testimony.


11. Violation of financial rules and provisions set forth in the regulations and the laws in force at the Chamber.


12. Distortion or misuse of the Chamber' buildings, corridors or property.

13. Imprecision in the presentation of the topics to the officials.

14. Manipulation in the books and records of the Chamber, so as to prove the contrary data that is not real,

delete data in order to obtain a benefit, to notify the Chamber or provide data or forged certificates or hide

data in order to obtain advantages.

15. Take a course does not comply with the dignity of the occupation or going out of the limits of decency

with colleagues, superiors, subordinates or the public dealing with the Chamber.


16. Accepting any gifts, remuneration, commission, service or benefit of any kind due to doing of his job duties.


17. Conducting crimes of bribery, embezzlement, betrayal of trust, robbery or forgery or attempts to commit.


18. Uttering verbal or issuing indecent movements.


19. Committing indecent acts in the workplace.


20. The Working uttered manner inconsistent with the due respect for religions and monotheistic beliefs.


21. Spreading rumors or creating discussions and provoking disputes between workers; this leads to the

confusion of ideas and provoke public opinion.


22. Organizing of any meetings, making statements or distributing publications relating to political religious

or matters shall cause harm to the national unity or public peace; with reserving the worker's right to express

his political views as guaranteed by law and the Constitution and in a way that does not hurt to work.


23. Inciting, arranging or participating in some gathering shall lead to provoke workers, disable the work or

picketing or turmoil within the workplace whatever the reasons; reserving the worker's right to object in a way

that is guaranteed by law.