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Top 5 Rules Bill Gates Employee has to follow

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Gates was notorious for sending “critical and sarcastic emails- often referred to as flame mail to his employees in the middle of the night.

Rule:1 Being Honest and Trustworthy.

  • I want employees to ask themselves whether they are willing to have any contemplated act appear the next day on the front page of their local paper – to be read by their spouses, children and friends – with the reporting done by an informed and critical reporter.

 Rule:2 Give Respect and Have Respect

Our global work means that we encounter people of every background and experience. We acknowledge these differences, endeavor to create an inclusive environment and treat everyone with fairness, dignity and respect. This principle of fairness extends to every part of our work, including hiring, promotions and working with grantees, partners and others.

Rule:3

Follow Foundation Policies

Foundation policies provide the basis for this Code and guide our conduct and day-to-day work. We are committed to upholding these policies, including disciplined stewardship of the foundation’s assets. These are serious matters and violation of foundation policy or the law may become the basis for disciplinary action, including termination of employment, criminal penalties and civil liability.

Rule :4

Report Integrity Concern

If you believe a colleague, grantee, vendor or other third party has engaged in inappropriate behavior, bring the situation to the attention of a foundation manager, HR business partner, or member of the Legal Team

Rule:5

Cooperate With Internal Investigation

If you are asked to assist the foundation with an internal investigation, your good-faith cooperation is required.

Creating an organization where we are all proud to work will be achieved by upholding the key elements of this Code of Conduct: acting with integrity and honesty, being fair and respectful to colleagues and partners, following the law, being good stewards of the foundation’s assets, and holding one other accountable