Pause. Does a situation make you uneasy? Are your instincts telling you something is not quite right? Pause before you act and consider how to approach the situation.
Think. Is your approach consistent with the Company’s culture and the values in these Standards? Does it build or maintain trust? Never sacrifice long term reputation and trust for a short-term benefit.
Ask. Ask questions and get help. Talk to management. Get help from your manager or another manager. Email email@example.com.
You are expected to comply with SafeSport policies and procedures.
You are expected to comply with the Parent and Player Handbook policies and procedures.
Part of building a culture of trust is learning to speak up when something’s not right, so that we can address the problem.
It takes courage to speak up when something’s not right. We understand that you might be uncomfortable or anxious. That is why we do not tolerate retaliation.
Raising a concern should be as easy as possible. That’s why there are a variety of ways to tell us when something’s wrong.
THIS MEANS YOU MUST:
Failing to read or attest to the Standards does not excuse you from these responsibilities.
The Company’s Standards of Business Conduct are endorsed by and have the full support of The Company’s Parent Company Board of Directors and the Company’s Management. The Board of Directors and management is responsible for overseeing the compliance of these Standards.
The Standards apply to all Company “employees,” which means its Board of Directors, all employees, directors and executive officers of the Company. When we refer to “Company” we mean dot academy llc and all its subsidiaries and affiliates in which it directly or indirectly owns more than 50% of the voting controls.
These Standards are important to us. Violation of these Standards may result in disciplinary action, up to and including termination of employment.
Only the Board of Directors may waive a provision of the Standards for a director or executive officer.
Any waiver that is granted to a director or executive officer will be publicly disclosed as required by regulatory requirements and applicable laws, rules and regulations.
Failure to comply with these standards will result in counseling and/or immediate termination at the discretion of management and/or ownership.
If you are terminated, you are expected to execute a separation agreement and may be asked to participate in an exit interview.