Tim Cook Apple Code Of Conduct Video And Email (UPDATE) Video Is No Longer Available

Sorry Folks, the video has gone private and no longer viewable, the email is still below. 

Email to Apple employees:

Apple Team,

I am writing to ask you to do something very important — set aside a little time to review Apple’s Business Conduct Policy.  It explains in very clear terms how you are expected to conduct yourself with our customers, business partners, government agencies, and fellow employees.  We expect every Apple employee to understand and comply with these rules.

The Policy is based on Apple’s core values of honesty, respect, confidentiality, and the critical obligation of every Apple employee to adhere to legal principles, like antitrust and anti-corruption laws.  Living by it is how we earn the trust of our customers and partners and how we keep Apple a great place to work.

The Business Conduct group has developed a new version of the Policy in iBooks format.  The book is convenient and engaging with galleries, video, audio and multi-touch widgets all designed to help you learn about Apple’s principles of business conduct.  You can download the new book via Switchboard, or access a web-version here.

If you have questions, or information about conduct you think may violate the Policy, don’t be afraid to speak up. Talk to your manager, your HR representative, or contact the Business Conduct Helpline — which can be done anonymously.

Thank you in advance for treating this seriously and taking responsibility for demonstrating high integrity in every aspect of Apple’s business.

Bruce Sewell

SVP and General Counsel

Source: 9to5 Mac

2 thoughts on “Tim Cook Apple Code Of Conduct Video And Email (UPDATE) Video Is No Longer Available

  1. I have to review and “acknowledge” a similar code of conduct with my employer every year.. Nothing to see here folks… move along..
    Although if there is anything more exciting in the video, we’ll never know as it’s flagged as ‘private’ and not viewable.

    • Rand. Most everyone does have to adhere to codes of conduct you are right, though it is always very interesting to see these things come to light from companies like Apple. It gives a little insight into their business practices and people enjoy reading and learning from them. And indeed, the video is now marked private. We’ll update the post. Thanks!

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