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Conflict of Interest / Commitment Policies and Procedure

All employees are required to review and accept the Conflict of Interest/Conflict of Commitment policies and complete a disclosure (if required) annually.

It is virtually impossible to avoid all Conflict of Interest or Commitment. In fact, not all conflicts are wrong or unacceptable. Conflicts may be acts that are forbidden or illegal, or may be activities that must be disclosed and monitored. Therefore, this policy seeks to encourage employees to recognize and avoid situations that are questionable or give the appearance of impropriety.

Examples of potential conflicts may include:

  • Having other employment outside of RRC
  • Sitting on a board, or committee, whether or not it is related to RRC business
  • Operating a private business, whether or not it is related to RRC business
  • Selling or soliciting to RRC staff, students, or RRC business partners
  • Using Colleague, or other internal systems, to retrieve contact information for staff, students or RRC business partners
  • See other examples of potential conflicts ›

Please ensure that you have read and understand the Conflict of Interest (P3) and Conflict of Commitment (P4) policies prior to completing a disclosure (see instructions for completing the process).

Once reviewed, please visit the Maestro process for Conflict of Interest/Commitment Disclosures. If you have previously completed a paper Conflict of Interest/Conflict of Commitment disclosure in the past year you will still be required to complete this digital process.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your manager or your Human Resource Consultant.