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Use of Personal Electronic Devices

As a Chuze employee (aka Chuzer), we all have duties to perform and everyone, including managers, must follow directions from leadership. You will be held accountable to follow reasonable, job-related directions of leadership and not act in an insubordinate manner. The following highlight a few company policies related to workplace conduct.

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Confidential Company Information

Social Media

Reporting and Anti-Retaliation Policy

Personal Appearance and Dress

Attendance and Punctuality

Standards of Conduct

Workplace Conduct

The company expects employees to follow basic, common-sense rules of conduct that will protect everyone's safety and security. To guide employees, the Standards of Conduct policy outlines examples of possible forms of behavior that are considered unacceptable and may lead to disciplinary action.

Standards of Conduct

Chuze respects the rights of all employees to use social media. However, because communications by Company employees on social media could, in certain situations, negatively impact business operations, or create legal liability, it is necessary for Chuze to provide these guidelines. These guidelines are intended to ensure employees understand the types of conduct that are prohibited. This policy will not be interpreted or applied so as to interfere with the rights of employees to discuss or share information related to their wages, hours, or other terms and conditions of employment. Employees have the right to engage in or refrain from such activities. Social media activity also includes permitting, or failing to remove, posts by others whenever the employee can control the content of posts, such as on a personal page or blog. This policy applies to social media activity when on or off duty, while using the Company's or personal electronic resources, and whether or not the employee posts anonymously or using a pseudonym. See the Social Media policy for details.

Social Media

The Company's confidential and proprietary information is vital to its current operations and future success. Each employee should use all reasonable care to protect or otherwise prevent the unauthorized disclosure of such information. In no event should employees disclose or reveal confidential information within or outside the Company without proper authorization or purpose. Confidential information includes, but is not limited to, non-public information regarding the Company's business methods and plans, databases, and member or employee information.See the Confidential Company Information policy for more details.

Confidential Company Information

We believe our company culture is a large part of what makes us successful. As part of our culture, we want to celebrate our diversity as well as each employee's individuality. We want Chuze employees to feel comfortable and be able to express their personal style at work while keeping their appearance in a manner that reflects a professional image and creates an atmosphere where our members can feel welcome and at home. We appreciate that you dress in a modest manner that communicates our family friendly and non-intimidating Chuze Culture. See the Personal Appearance and Dress for details.The Company will reasonably accommodate an employee's religious beliefs, medical condition or disability by making exceptions to this policy. Employees who need such an accommodation should contact their manager or Human Resources

Personal Appearance and Dress

We Encourage A Speak Up Culture. Choosing to speak up about workplace concerns helps build a healthy, ethical and compliant company and is part of our culture. To promote that culture, the Company encourages employees to speak up and raise questions and concerns promptly about any situation that may violate our Code of Conduct, our core values or our policies.The Company Does Not Tolerate Retaliation. Coming forward with questions or concerns may sometimes feel like a difficult decision, but we are committed to fostering an environment that does not deter individuals from speaking up when they observe conduct that may violate our Code. For that reason, the Company will not tolerate retaliation of any kind because an employee in good faith raises a question or concern about a violation or suspected violation of our Code, our policies or the laws and regulations under which we do business, or because the employee participates in or cooperates with an investigation of such concerns. See the Reporting and Anti-Retaliation policy for details.

Reporting and Anti-Retaliation Policy

This Policy outlines our expectations and requirements regarding cell phone usage in general, use of personal cell phones and other devices at work and use of camera phones and recording devices. For purposes of this Policy, “cell phone” refers to any handheld electronic device with capability to receive and transmit voice, text, or data messages, and “usage” includes receiving or initiating phone calls, texts, or emails as well as accessing the internet or other applications.See the Use of Personal Electronic Devices policy for details. Use of a personal cell phone at work for business purposes is not mandatory or required

Use of Personal Electronic Devices

We pride ourselves on the member experience we provide when an individual walks through our doors. Absenteeism or tardiness, even for good reasons, is disruptive to operations and interferes with our ability to satisfy our members’ needs. You should arrive on time to work and ready to perform your job duties. If you are going to be late or absent from work for any reason, you must personally notify leadership as far in advance as possible so that proper arrangements can be made to handle your work during your absence. See the Attendance and Punctuality policy for details.

Attendance and Punctuality