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Rules of conduct for members of the Waynesville-St. Robert Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors Club.
Contains the Chamber's policy regarding membership changes, cancellations, and transfers as well as the member code of conduct.
This document outlines the benefits, qualifications, responsibilities, and code of conduct for the Chamber's Ambassadors. This is an example of a points-free Ambassador program.
The mission of the Business Referral Groups program is to generate business opportunities for Elk Grove Chamber members through building and strengthening professional relationships in a non-competitive and mutually supportive environment. This document contains guidelines and code of conduct for members of the program.
The bylaws of the Lansing Regional Chamber's Political Action Committee cover: name; purposes; membership; board of directors; general officers; meetings; voting; committees; books, records, and finances; amendments to the bylaws; principal office; and dissolution. This document also contains a code of conduct for members of the LRC-PAC board of directors and staff. Sample obtained from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Accreditation Best Practices resource page.
Membership on the Board of Directors or employment as a staff member of the Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce carries certain duties and responsibilities. This Code of Conduct outlines some of those duties and responsibilities. Covers confidentiality; representation of the Chamber; conflicts of interest; policy development; computers, Internet access, and email; policies against harassment; and violations of code of conduct. Sample obtained from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Accreditation Best Practices resource page.
The Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce and its affiliated family of companies (Chamber) expect directors, officers and employees to observe high standards of business, consistent with the Chamber’s ethical standards and legal requirements. As employees and representatives, staff must practice honesty and integrity in fulfilling responsibilities and comply with all applicable laws and regulations.
This document contains the rules of conduct for Leadership Longview. This code of conduct is applicable to all officers, committee members, facilitators, volunteers, and participants of the Leadership Longview Program. Rules of conduct, attendance, and use of cell phones and other digital devices are addressed.
The Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce policy manual describes the purpose and objective of specific operations, activities, services and governance. Provides policy direction on chamber affiliations, antitrust, apparent authority, awards selection, board and staff commitment, board member orientation, code of conduct, code of ethics, committees, confidentiality, conflict of interest, consent agenda, corporate communications, disaster management, diversity, endorsements and affinity programs, executive committee meetings, executive compensation, financial transparency, harassment and discrimination, insurance coverage and liquor liability, logo usage, meeting attendance and minutes, moonlighting, media coverage, purchasing, records retention, social media, strategic planning, website privacy, and whistleblower guidelines.
This code of conduct outlines the roles, commitments, and behaviors appropriate for Members of the Board.