Quality Management System Overview

Youth Engineering System & Co. (YESCO) Code of Conduct outlines expected behaviors for all (YESCO) employees. (YESCO) will conduct its business fairly, impartially, in an ethical and proper manner and in full compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. In conducting its business, integrity must underline all company relationships, including those with customers, suppliers, communities and among employees. The highest standards of ethical business conduct are required of (YESCO) employees in the performance of their company responsibilities. Employees will not engage in conduct or activity that may raise questions as to the company’s honesty, impartiality or reputation or otherwise cause embarrassment to the company.

Employees will ensure that:

  • They do not engage in any activity that might create a conflict of interest for the company or for themselves individually.
  • They do not take advantage of their (YESCO) position to seek personal gain through the inappropriate use of YESCO or non-public information or abuse of their position. This includes not engaging in insider trading.
  • They will follow all restrictions on use and disclosure of information. This includes following all requirements for protecting (YESCO) information and ensuring that non-(YESCO) proprietary information is used and disclosed only as authorized by the owner of the information or as otherwise permitted by law.
  • They observe that fair dealing is the foundation for all of our transactions and interactions.
  • They will protect all company, customer, and supplier assets and use them only for appropriate company-approved activities.
  • Without exception, they will comply with all applicable laws, rules, and regulations.
  • They will promptly report any illegal or unethical conduct to management or other appropriate authorities (i.e., Ethics, Law, Security).
  • Every employee has the responsibility to ask questions, seek guidance, and report suspected violations of this Code of Conduct. Retaliation against employees who come forward to raise genuine concerns will not be tolerated.

1. Professional & Ethical Behavior in the Workplace

Professionalism and ethical behavior in the workplace can benefit your career and improve your working environment. Understanding examples of professional and ethical behavior can help you to develop your own effective work habits. Be conscious of how you treat co-workers and your workplace attitude and you can improve your productivity and effectiveness.


Business meetings are regular occurrences in the corporate world, and by following meeting etiquette you can improve your professional image. Be prepared to contribute to the meeting by reviewing the agenda in advance and arrive on time. Recognize each speaker that has the floor and do not try to talk over someone else. Be respectful of the meeting chairperson and follow the format of the meeting, which would include using the proper times to ask questions.


Ethical treatment of your co-workers and managers means being respectful of the need for efficient and accurate communication. Follow the instructions on company memos and ask questions only after you have thoroughly read the information. Asking questions about information that is clearly marked on company correspondence is unprofessional and presents the image of someone who does not follow instructions. Refrain from repeating office gossip, as helping to spread false or demeaning information regarding a co-worker is considered unethical.

Time Management

Be early to work so that you can settle into your job duties, say hello to co-workers and get coffee before your shift is scheduled to start. Follow the lunch and break schedules by leaving when you are scheduled and returning on time. Check out and in when you leave for breaks and lunch. Before beginning your day, check your work schedule so that you know where you have to be and at what time.

Employee Safety

It is the responsibility of each employee to report suspicious people in the office or misconduct committed by company employees. Company policies are designed to create a safe workplace. By reporting violations of company policy, you are doing your part to maintain a high standard of ethics in your office that will keep employees and visitors safe. For example, fire exits that are not properly maintained should be reported immediately for repair. Employees that do not follow the regulations in regard to proper disposal of cigarettes in the break area could be causing a fire hazard and that should be brought to the attention of management.

2. Examples of Good Employee Behavior

Every employer's dream would most likely be to have employees with glowing behaviors, making management of employees an easy task. With so many issues in the workplace, employers breathe a sigh of relief when they receive the gift of an employee not laden with issues and constantly on the brink of -- if not fully -- causing problems within the office, or at least at their own desk.

Positive 'Can-Do' Attitude

Being ready, available and willing to get the job done, and done well, should be traits that employees keep on the front burner. You should appreciate employees who seek out quality work to remain busy and productive for the company and who eagerly desire to go above and beyond their normal duties to bring further success to your company.

Courteous and Friendly

Employees who do their best to be courteous and friendly to their coworkers, managers and customers make office life much more pleasant than those who seek to cause disturbances or drama. These employees brighten the office and leave their egos and outside problems at the door in the name of being good workers and trying to maintain a good work atmosphere. While no one is perfect and everyone has bad days, these employees manage to rise above the fray.

Meets Deadlines

Employees who meet deadlines will also likely be well organized and responsible. Since you have given your employee a particular deadline, you expect that she will meet it. If she maintains a clean, organized work space and is present at work and particularly at meetings pertaining to her project deadline, she will very likely timely meet her deadlines.

Takes Responsibility

While confessing an error can strike fear in the hearts of employees, those who value their work, their word and their future with your company will take responsibility and tell you the truth. Making errors may or may not cause great problems with a project or with your company, in general, but when an employee honestly and earnestly explains an oversight or mistake he has made, you have a better understanding of the issue and, even better, you understand that your employee values his integrity and your trust in him.

Good Attendance and Punctuality

Being at the office and arriving on time help you know that you can trust your employee to be there each day. Employers know all too well about employees who frequently arrive late with a variety of excuses, possibly missing or at least being late for early morning meetings, so a punctual and available employee will provide peace of mind.

3. Five Characteristics of a Good Work Ethic

While some individuals try to get by doing as little work as possible, others possess a dedication that leads them to give it their all every day. People who possess a strong work ethic embody certain principles that guide their work behavior, leading them to produce high-quality work consistently and without the prodding that some individuals require to stay on track.


Reliability goes hand in hand with a good work ethic. If individuals with a good work ethic say they are going to attend a work function or arrive at a certain time, they do, as they value punctuality. Individuals with a strong work ethic often want to appear dependable, showing their employers that they are workers to whom they can turn. Because of this, they put effort into portraying -- and proving -- this dependability by being reliable and performing consistently.


Those with a good work ethic are dedicated to their jobs and will do anything they can to ensure that they perform well. Often this dedication leads them to change jobs less frequently, as they become committed to the positions in which they work and are not eager to abandon these posts. They also often put in extra hours beyond what is expected, making it easy for their employers to see that they are workers who go beyond the rest of the workforce and truly dedicate themselves to their positions.


Because they work at a consistently fast pace, individuals with a good work ethic are often highly productive. They commonly get large amounts of work done more quickly than others who lack their work ethic, as they don't quit until they've completed the tasks with which they were presented. This high level of productivity is also due, at least in part, to the fact that these individuals want to appear to be strong workers. The more productive they are, the more beneficial to the company they appear to those managing them.


Cooperative work can be highly beneficial in the business environment, something that individuals with a strong work ethic know well. Because they recognize the usefulness of cooperative practices -- such as teamwork -- they often put an extensive amount of effort into working well with others. These individuals commonly respect their bosses enough to work with any individuals with whom they are paired in a productive and polite manner, even if they do not enjoy working with the individuals in question.


Those with a good work ethic often also possess generally strong character. This means they are self-disciplined, pushing themselves to complete work tasks instead of requiring others to intervene. They are also often very honest and trustworthy, as they view these traits as befitting the high-quality employees they seek to become. To demonstrate their strong character, these workers embody these positive traits daily, likely distinguishing themselves from the rest.

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