Code of Conduct
Last updated: January 13, 2021
Please read these Terms and Conditions ("Terms", "Terms and Conditions") carefully before using the http://www.mj2coaching.academy website and or the mobile site/mobile application (the "Service") operated by MJ2 Coaching ("us", "we", "the Company", or "our"). This page informs you of our Code of Conduct policy.
Ingrained in our culture, integrity inspires our work and strengthens our reputation as a company that does extraordinary things and always does what is right. Integrity is the essential ingredient to our success.
Honesty, Integrity and Fair Play
MJ2 Coaching and its staff are fully committed to the principle of honesty, integrity and fair play in the delivery of services and goods to the public. All staff should ensure that the business operations, applications for services, procurement or staff recruitment, are dealt with in an open, fair and impartial manner. This Code of Conduct sets out the basic standard of conduct expected of all staff and the Company's policy on matters like acceptance of advantages and conflict of interest of staff in connection with their official duties. This Code also applies to temporary and part-time staff employed by MJ2 Coaching.
Mj2 Coaching’s policy will prohibit any anticompetitive practices which could affect in bounding, restraining or distorting competition, as well as any practices of an unfair competition. Accordingly, our employees cannot agree (formally or informally) with competitors to x prices or any other conditions of transaction; to limit or control the production, commercialization, technical development or investment; to manipulate or divide markets or sources of provisioning; to participate with fake offers in tenders or any other forms of competitions for offers; to limit or restrain access to market and freedom of competition for other enterprises; to apply unequal conditions for equivalent performance to commercial partners, creating in this way a disadvantage in competition; to condition signing of acceptancy contracts by the partners for supplementary obligations which, by their nature or according to commercial usage, have no connection with the subject of such contracts.
Governance and anti-corruption
MJ2 Coaching has zero tolerance for corruption. All employees must never offer to provide anything of value directly or indirectly to government officials and business partners to secure an undue advantage. MJ2 Coaching prohibits payment, offers of payment as well as anything of value directly or indirectly with the purpose of influencing or obtaining undue business or personal advantage. Third parties will only be contracted to perform tasks which aid business interests provided: fees to be paid are reasonable; all arrangements are clearly documented; arrangements follow company policies.
All transactions of MJ2 Coaching must be duly recorded to permit preparation of clear financial statements in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles. No false or misleading entries may be made in the books and records of the Company for any reason, and no employee may engage in any arrangement that results in such a prohibited act. No undisclosed or unrecorded fund or asset of MJ2 Coaching may be established for any purpose. No payment on behalf of MJ2 Coaching (including those by cash) may be done without adequate supporting documentation or made with the intention or understanding that any part of such payment is to be used for any purpose other than as described by the documents supporting the payment. From time to time, the Company may publish or inform of policies on financial reporting, disclosure and compliance to reinforce the financial reporting expectations in this Code. All employees at any level are expected to implement and strictly follow these policies.
Conflict of Interest
A conflict of interest situation arises when the “private interests” of the staff compete or conflict with the interests of the Company. “Private interests” means both the financial and personal interests of the staff or those of their connections including family members and other close affiliates; personal friends; the clubs and societies to which they belong; and any person to whom they owe a favor or are obligated in any way. Staff should avoid using their official position or any information made available to them in the course of their duties to benefit themselves, their affiliates or any other persons with whom they have personal or social ties. They should avoid putting themselves in a position that may lead to an actual or perceived conflict of interest with MJ2 Coaching. Failure to avoid or declare any conflict of interest may give rise to criticism of favoritism, abuse of authority or even allegations of corruption. Staff involved in the procurement process should declare conflict of interest if they have beneficial interest in any company which is being considered for selection as the Company supplier of goods or services.
Handling of Classified or Proprietary Information
Staff is not allowed to disclose any classified or exclusive information to anybody without authorization. Staff who have access to or are in control of such information should always provide adequate safeguards to prevent its abuse or misuse. Examples of misuse include disclosure of information in return for monetary rewards or use of information for personal interest. It should also be noted that unauthorized disclosure of any personal data may result in a breach of the applicable legislation on privacy.
Compliance with the Code
It is the personal responsibility of every staff member to understand and comply with the Code of Conduct.
Mandated Reporter Responsibilities
MJ2 Coaching shall make a report to the proper agency whenever there is knowledge of or observes a child whom the mandated reporter knows, or reasonably suspects has been a victim of child abuse or neglect that is obtained in the professional capacity or within the scope of employment.
A mandated reporter can be criminally liable for failing to report suspected child abuse. The penalty is a misdemeanor and is punishable up to six months in county jail, a fine or both. Mandated reporters can be civilly liable for failing to report suspected child abuse too.
What is reportable:
• Physical Abuse
• Sexual Abuse
• Unlawful corporal punishment or injury
• Sexual exploitation, child pornography and child prostitution