To do this, ramping up staff will be key. For many companies, non-employees—that is, independent contractors, temporary and contract workers—will play a crucial role in recovery.
To this end, as a Board Member or director, one must: Confidentiality of Information Certain parts of the Group are now obliged to disclose information under the Freedom of Information Act, Any requests for information pursuant to the Act from third parties including the Department of Transport must be referred to the relevant Freedom of Information Officer if they fall within the ambit of the Act.
Otherwise they should be referred to the Group Secretary or the Company Secretaries of any of the subsidiaries who will, in turn, pass the request to the Group Secretary.
In an effort to provide information to the public, the Group publishes information on its activities and performance on its website which is regularly updated. Every Board Member and director of the Group owes a duty of confidentiality to the Group in respect of sensitive information held by the Group.
Sensitive information would include, for example: In order to protect such information, Board Members and directors are required to: Board Members and directors are reminded that Section 22 of the Transport Re-Organisation of Coras Iompair Eireann Act,includes a specific duty not to disclose confidential information unless authorised by the Board or the relevant company or by some person authorised in that behalf by the Board or the company.
Confidential information is defined in the Act as that which is expressed to be confidential either as regards particular information or as regards information of a practical class or description. Breach of this statutory duty is an offence which attracts a fine on summary conviction.
The acceptance of further board memberships or employment where the potential for conflict arises should be avoided during a reasonable period of time after the exercise of their function in CIE has ceased.
Board Members and directors should use their reasonable endeavours to attend all Board meetings and where appropriate, committee meetings.
Disclosure of Interests Board Members and directors are required to comply with the provisions relating to disclosure of interests set out in: Loyalty Board Members and directors must: Fairness Board Members and directors must: Responsibility This Code of Business Ethics which incorporates the policy on disclosure of interests has been circulated to all Board Members and directors, who must retain, acknowledge receipt of and confirm their understanding of same.
Review This Code of Business Ethics will be reviewed at least every two years. In all cases, the gift should be returned to the sender, with a note advising that acceptance would be contrary to Group policy. Details of returned gifts must be notified at once to the Chairman.
Hospitality Invitations to lunches and dinners which are in the normal course of business are acceptable. Details of hospitality offered in this context, that has been turned down, must be notified at once to the Chairman. Breaches of this Code of Business Ethics will be dealt with by the Chairman.Courts, legislators, and government agencies have striven for years to distinguish employees from independent contractors, and the question remains a lively one for attorneys.
Supplier Responsibility Apple A supply chain that empowers people and protects the planet. We hold ourselves and our suppliers to the highest standard when it comes to human rights, environmental protections, and responsible business practices in our supply chain.
Is an independent contractor written agreement sufficient to classify workers as independent contractors? Having an independent contractor agreement is a very important element of establishing an independent contractor relationship with a real estate salesperson, but the existence of an agreement is not enough to avoid misclassification.
A Basic Guide for Paralegals: Ethics, Confidentiality and Privilege McGuireWoods LLP T. Spahn (10/7/06) ii \ C. Communications Between Clients and Lawyers -- Paralegals'.
This Declaration of Independent Contractor Status Form documents the business relationship as defined in the Colorado Workers’ Compensation Act. It is the responsibility of our policyholders and their independent contractor(s) to correctly and truthfully complete this form.
Form I-9 is used for verifying the identity and employment authorization of individuals hired for employment in the United States. All U.S. employers must ensure proper completion of Form I-9 for each individual they hire for employment in the United States.