Favouritism - the practice of giving unfair preferential treatment to one person or group at the expense of another. Nepotism - the practice among those with power or influence of favouring relatives or friends, especially by giving them jobs. Bullying [...]
It is a violation of the code to make false allegations, lie to investigators or interfere or refuse to cooperate with an investigation. The College will protect any stakeholder who raises a concern honestly.
When you make a report to the Ethics Office or through Ethics-Hot-Line, you may choose to remain anonymous, although you are encouraged to identify yourself to facilitate communication. If you make your identity known, the Ethics Office and appointed investigators [...]
• Your line manager • The HOD • The Campus Manager • Any Ethics Ambassador • The Ethics Helpdesk • The Ethics Officer If an employee is not comfortable reporting an incident through their supervisor, the employee should report the [...]
Use good judgment and avoid the appearance of improper behaviour. Consider Your Actions, and Ask for Guidance. If ever in doubt about a course of conduct, ask yourself: • Is it consistent with the Code of Conduct and the Code [...]
Contributing to a positive working environment; Enhancing staff morale; Attracting students to conduct their studies at the College; Make employees want to stay with the business; Reduce labour turnover and therefore increase productivity; Attract more employees wanting to work for [...]