Conflicts of Interest. Conflicts of Interest. Overview. Conflict of interest: any situation in which you, as an employee, have a personal or private interest that interferes with – or appears to interfere with – your ability to do your job fairly and ethically You are in a position of trust
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Conflicts of Interest
Conflicts of Interest
A conflict of interest may not always be obvious
You must also avoid apparent and potential conflicts of interest
You must be objective and impartial, and you may not –
If you are offered or receive money or an inappropriate gift, notify your supervisor immediately
Public service and political participation can present conflicts
Avoid situations that could discredit, embarrass or conflict with our organization’s best interests
You may not use our organization’s name, influence, funds, materials, facilities or employees – or work time – for your outside activities without authorization
Conflict may arise if you give a presentation, write an article, etc., on work-related activities – especially if you accept compensation
You must disclose personal financial interests that you (or your family members) have in –
You must disclose family or personal relationships that may cause a conflict
You may not have direct involvement in business decisions affecting members of your immediate family
If you are unsure, consult with your supervisor or legal counsel
You may not give or offer gifts, meals, entertainment or gratuities to government employees
Dealings with foreign governments present special issues
Consult with your supervisor or legal counsel if you have any questions or doubts about a particular situation
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