Record Keeping Practices
Accurate Business and Financial Documents
Any employee who is given the responsibility of recording financial or business information must at all times provide accurate information. Examples of business documents include but are not limited to time logs, production reports, temperature reports, sales orders, purchase orders, etc. Good recordkeeping is not only imperative to being able to run an ethical company, but good recordkeeping allows Senior Management to make better decisions that will enable this Company to grow to our fullest potential.
- Documents shall never be falsified
- All of our public communications and disclosures, including filings with governmental agencies must be complete, fair, accurate, understandable and timely and in full compliance with governing law.
- The accounting period or time shall never be misrepresented in order to show the appearance of a stronger or weaker performance in any designated timeframe that Senior Management may use to monitor or analyze performance.
- Under no circumstances shall reports be altered to misrepresent assets, revenues, liabilities or expenses.
- Employees and managers shall answer all questions from auditors and governmental authorities truthfully and accurately
- No payment shall be made, or purchase price agreed to, with the intention or understanding that any part of such payment is to be used for any purpose other than that described in the document supporting the payment.