Ethical Practices

ETHICAL PRACTICES

SmartWay Janitorial is committed to not only to ethical practices within the work place, but a stain free reputation everywhere outside our business. We know that any man made institution is bound to have flaws, human errors, and mistakes. But we also know that the more we teach, preach and practice behavior that is worthy of not only our customers, but our faith, then the more trust worthy we will become in our work place, community and locality. Today many businesses are known for their misrepresentations, unethical practices, and unfair practices. The team at SmartWay Janitorial wants to stand out in that arena. We want to be known for the exact opposite. We have adopted a few Principles from Josephson Institute in our work place that portray where we want to stand.

1. HONESTY. Ethical executives are, above all, worthy of trust. They are honest in all their actions and communications. They are not only truthful they are candid and forthright. Ethical executives do not deliberately mislead or deceive others by misrepresentations, overstatements, partial truths, selective omissions, or any other means and when trust requires it they supply relevant information and correct misapprehensions of fact.

2. INTEGRITY. Ethical executives earn the trust of others through personal integrity. They demonstrate moral courage, doing what they think is right even when there is great pressure to do otherwise. Ethical executives are principled, honorable, upright and scrupulous. They fight for their beliefs and do not sacrifice principle for expediency.

3. PROMISE-KEEPING. Ethical executives can be trusted because they make every reasonable effort to fulfill the letter and spirit of their promises and commitments. They do not interpret agreements in an unreasonably technical or legalistic manner in order to rationalize non-compliance or create justifications for escaping their commitments.

4. LOYALTY. Ethical executives justify trust by being loyal to their organization and the people they work with. They do not put their loyalty above other ethical principles but they place a high value on protecting and advancing the lawful and legitimate interests of their companies and their colleagues. They faithfully safeguard their ability to make independent professional judgments by avoiding undue influences and conflicts of interest and they do not use or disclose information learned in confidence for personal advantage.  If they decide to accept other employment, ethical executives provide reasonable notice, respect the proprietary information of their former employer, and refuse to engage in any activities that take undue advantage of their previous positions.

5. FAIRNESS. Ethical executives strive to be fair and just in all dealings. They do not exercise power arbitrarily nor do they use overreaching or indecent means to gain or maintain any advantage nor take undue advantage of another’s mistakes or difficulties. Ethical executives manifest a commitment to justice, the equal treatment of individuals, tolerance for and acceptance of diversity. They are open-minded; willing to admit they are wrong and, where appropriate, change their positions and beliefs.

6. CARING – CONCERN FOR OTHERS. Ethical executives are caring, compassionate, benevolent and kind. They always consider the business, financial and emotional consequences of their actions on others and seek to accomplish their business objectives in a manner that causes the least harm and the greatest positive good.

7. RESPECT FOR OTHERS. Ethical executives demonstrate respect for the human dignity, autonomy, privacy, rights, and interests of all those who have a stake in their decisions; they are courteous and treat all people with equal respect and dignity regardless of sex, race or national origin. Ethical executives adhere to the Golden Rule, striving to treat others the way they would like to be treated.

8. LAW ABIDING. Ethical executives abide by laws, rules and regulations relating to their business activities.

9. COMMITMENT TO EXCELLENCE. Ethical executives pursue excellence in performing their duties, are well-informed and prepared, and constantly endeavor to increase their proficiency in all areas of responsibility.

10. LEADERSHIP. Ethical executives are conscious of the responsibilities and opportunities of their position of leadership and seek to be positive ethical role models by their own conduct and by helping to create an environment in which principled reasoning and ethical decision making are highly prized.

11. REPUTATION AND MORALE. Ethical executives seek to protect and build the company’s good reputation and the morale of it’s employees by engaging in no conduct that might undermine respect and by taking whatever actions are necessary to correct or prevent inappropriate conduct of others.

12. ACCOUNTABILITY. Ethical executives acknowledge and accept personal accountability for the ethical quality of their decisions and omissions to themselves, their colleagues, their companies, and their communities.

 

Proverbs 22:1

“A good name is to be chosen rather than great riches, and favor is better than silver or gold.”

"Associate with men of good quality, if you esteem your own reputation; for it is better to be alone than in bad company." (President George Washington).

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