Code of Ethics
Memsel’s corporate leadership expects each employee to conduct his/her business affairs with such standards of integrity that no conflict of interest exists or can be reasonably implied or construed. Unethical business conduct, actions, or even the appearance of unethical behavior is unacceptable under any conditions.
The reputation of Memsel depends on each employee applying common sense in situations where specific rules of conduct are insufficient to provide clear direction. A strong sense of personal ethics, which will extend beyond compliance with applicable laws, is necessary to guide the behavior of all employees.
Memsel expects all its employees to conduct themselves with the pride and respect associated with their positions, fellow employees, customers, suppliers, and everyone else associated with Memsel in one form or another. Employees must always use good judgment, discretion, and the highest standards of ethical conduct in carrying out the company’s business.
Memsel expects all employees to always abide by specific work rules of general conduct and performance. There are four types of transgressions that constitute misconduct:
- Absenteeism and tardiness problems.
- Policy and procedure violations.
- Behavior and conduct infractions.
Finally, Memsel’s code serves as a central guide and reference for employees to support day-to-day decision-making. Our code encourages discussions of ethics and compliance, empowering employees to handle ethical dilemmas they encounter in everyday work. It can also serve as a valuable reference, helping employees locate relevant documents, services, and other resources related to ethics within the