International Business Srinathji’s is committed to the highest ethical standards in all business transactions. Partners must follow all applicable laws, rules and regulations when conducting Srinathji’s business.
Srinathji’ swill be accurate and truthful in representing business transactions to government agencies. Payments made to any foreign agent or government official must be lawful under the laws of the India and the foreign country or client. Payments by or on behalf of Srinathji’sto foreign agents or government officials should always be strictly for services rendered and should be reasonable in amount given the nature of those services. Under no circumstances may a partner make payments in violation of the law or to induce government officials to do business with Srinathji’s.
Partners must comply with all local and foreign laws regarding customs and trade. Srinathji’ swill be accurate and truthful in representing business transactions to government agencies. All information that a partner furnishes to any customs official or to any agent hired by Srinathji’s to facilitate imports and exports must be accurate and truthful. If you conduct business internationally on behalf of Srinathji’s, please make sure you have a thorough understanding of these laws and know enough about any third parties doing business in Srinathji’s name to ensure they are making appropriate decisions on our behalf. Srinathji’ spartners at no time are permitted to influence the outcome of any business decision by exchanging bribes or kickbacks of any kind.
The Company expects all employees to act with the highest standards of honesty and ethical conduct while working in Company premises, at Srinathji’s sponsored business and social events, or at any other place where the employees represent Srinathji’s. In all cases, if uncertain regarding the appropriateness of an event or action, seek assistance in interpreting the requirements of these practices by contacting your supervisor or Srinathji’s Human Resources Department. Compliance with Applicable Rules and Regulations All Srinathji’s employees must comply with all applicable laws and regulations. Employees are expected to be familiar with the legal and regulatory requirements applicable to their business responsibilities and to fulfill their duties in accordance with these laws and regulations with regards to disclosures in Governmental Filings and Other Public Communications It is Company policy to make full, fair, accurate, timely and understandable disclosure in compliance with all applicable laws, rules and regulations in the reports and documents that it files with or submits to various state or federal agencies, including the Securities and Exchange Commission, and in other public communications made by the Company. All employees are expected to use their best efforts to perform their duties in a manner intended to implement this policy.Conflicts of Interest
Every employee must avoid situations that create, or could create, a conflict with the goals and business priorities of Srinathji’s. Sometimes it can be difficult to determine if a given action or decision could create a conflict of interest with the company. In these situations, discuss the situation with your manager, the Legal Department or the Human Resources Department. Family members and friends of Srinathji’s employees are welcome to work for Srinathji, or for our suppliers or competitors, as long as such employment does not harm Srinathji’s. However, employees in certain positions have significant influence on company decision making. If you work in one of these positions, it is critical that you avoid anything that could appear to compromise your objectivity. It is critical that you avoid actions or decisions that could harm the company. There are many other areas in which a conflict of interest could arise. In partnership with your manager, apply common sense in reviewing potential conflicts.Outside Employment
Do not engage in any business outside of Srinathji’s, if it interferes with your performance or responsibilities to the Company.Our policies prohibit any employee from accepting simultaneous employment with an Srinathji’s supplier, developer, or competitor, and from taking part in any activity that enhances or supports a competitor’s position. Hourly An employee may not directly or indirectly conduct outside business that interferes with the proper performance of the employee’s job at Srinathji’s, is conducted during an employee’s normal working hours, or utilizes Srinathji’sconfidential information or specialized skills and knowledge gained as an employee of the Company. This includes becoming a contractor, consultant or supplier to Srinathji’s or a competitor while being employed at Srinathji’s. Business Interests: If you are considering investing in the business interests of a supplier, developer, or competitor, you must ensure that your investment does not compromise your responsibilities to Srinathji’s. Many factors should be considered in determining whether a conflict situation exists, including: The ability to influence Srinathji’s decisions or decisions of
It can only be used for appropriate business purposes. Inappropriate disclosure of confidential information can cause irreparable harm to the company and will not be tolerated. Confidential information can take a variety of forms, including but not limited to printed reports, electronic emails, voice mails, oral presentations, or electronic spreadsheets. Confidential information can include business practices, recipes, marketing plans, development plans, long range plans, strategic plans, employee names, personnel files, social security numbers, bank account numbers and financial reports.
These are a few examples. When in doubt if something is confidential, please discuss it with the General Counsel or Compliance Officer.
Safety Policy Srinathji’s is dedicated to the safety and well‐being of all employees, guests, and visitors while on the premises or while conducting business on behalf of our company. In accordance with the General Duty Clause of the Occupational Safety & Health (OSH) Act of 1970, it is the primary responsibility of all employers to provide a safe and healthy workplace. Accordingly, Safety Policy with Srinathji’sis committed to acting in a safe manner as guided by the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) and other appropriate federal, state, and local agencies. Safety Policy Srinathji’s Restaurant Locations and jobs are assessed for hazards and potential hazards. Appropriate safety measures will be implemented. Responsibility for safety is a primary role of all employees. However, Human Resources will direct a company‐wide safety program that meets the intent and requirements of this policy and appropriate federal, state, and local safety or safety‐related standards and/or regulations, including but not limited to OSHA, NFPA, etc. All employees in any leadership capacity are directly responsible for ensuring that hazard‐specific safety measures and programs are implemented and followed.
Managers should also ensure that operation specific hazard training is provided and documented, and that employees are aware of the hazards associated with their duties. Managers are also required to adhere to the standards established in this policy.Hazard Assessment
: Human Resources with the assistance of Directors of Operations and General Managers will oversee/coordinate the hazard assessment of work sites/activities as needed, and implement appropriate safe practices/measures as needed.Safety Committee
: Human Resources will establish a Corporate Safety Committee to assist with the review and evaluation of safe practices, accidents, program development/implementation, etc. The committee will meet on a regular basis and as dictated by company needs.
Hazard Prevention and Control: It is the responsibility of all employees to maintain a safe work environment. This includes but is not limited to:
Participating in safety trainingHazard surveillance is a responsibility of all employees: Hazards should be reported to the appropriate manager/supervisor for corrective actions.
Other Function/Hazard Specific Training will be provided to the affected employees by the responsible manager/supervisor upon assignment and/or when new equipment or procedures are introduced. The General Manager is responsible for ensuring that training is provided and documented to include the topic discussed, date of the meeting, and names of attending personnel. The following training will be provided upon initial assignment to the work area, as required (i.e., when an employee’s actions indicate that retraining may be needed), and at least annually unless otherwise indicated. Such training may include, but is not limited to: Fire Extinguisher/System Operation and Use
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