our policies

Workplace Safety Policies

Identify hazards, assess risks and plan preventative and corrective actions to prevent injuries and health hazards that may be associated with our activities; Comply with legal and other requirements relating to our workplace health and safety hazards; Implement a workplace health and safety management system to achieve the company's goal of accident-free operation.

Disciplinary Policies

Is a set of rules that fixes the basic requirements for employee behaviour in the organisation. ... The rules and standards of expected/acceptable behaviour are set; unacceptable behaviours (misconduct, infringements etc.) are described.

Device Use Policies

You may not realise that as an employer you may be responsible for the actions of your employees. This means that if one of your employees engages in illegal activity on one of your systems, you may be liable for it. Companies protect themselves from liability in such cases by having a clear usage policy that states what employees can and cannot do on devices connected to your network.

Work Hours and Turnaround Time

Working time is the time during which an employee must perform work duties in accordance with the internal work regulations and the terms of the employment contract, as well as other periods of time which, in accordance with this Code.

Late Payment Policies

There can be many reasons for late payments: management problems, market conditions or even the fact that your debtor has not been paid by his own customers. A customer may also delay payment when there is a dispute surrounding his order.

Return/Refund Policies

You may return any service you have purchased, but only if its receipt and consumer properties are still intact. To return a service, you must present the administrator with a proof of payment (receipt). If there is no such document, you can provide the administrator with other proof of purchase (screenshot from your personal account, email, etc.).

employee conduct

In our operations we comply with local and international legislation, as well as standards of business ethics and ethical business rules. The Business Ethics Policy sets out the school's business principles, taking into account business rules and regulations, to ensure that the interests of both the school and its staff, business partners, consumers of the products produced and society as a whole are respected.

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Equal Opportunity

An equal opportunities policy is intended to complement rights in law through such means as tackling inequalities generated by past discrimination, overcoming structural barriers and promoting specific measures to enable the potential of all employees to be realised.