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About TSHRM: No Solicitation Policy
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No Solicitation Policy

Please be aware that TSHRM strongly enforces its No Solicitation Policy to protect its members from unwanted solicitations for HR-related services.

The use of membership in TSHRM to conduct any solicitation for sales of merchandise or service may be grounds for termination of membership in the chapter. The Membership Directory must not be used for any solicitation purposes. We appreciate your adherence to the above policy, which ensures the objectives of our chapter are not compromised.

Thank you,
TSHRM Board

Conflict of Interest Policy

Purpose
The purpose of the conflict of interest policy is to protect The Triangle Society for Human Resource Management’s interest when it is contemplating entering into a transaction or arrangement that might benefit the private interest of an officer or director or the organization.

Core Principle
As HR professionals, we must maintain a high level of trust with our stakeholders. We must protect the interests of our stakeholders as well as our professional integrity and should not engage in activities that create actual, apparent, or potential conflicts of interest.

Intent
The Triangle Society For Human Resource Management, its Officers, Directors, Committee Members and its Affiliates, shall avoid any conflict between their respective personal, professional or business interests and the interests of the Association, in any and all actions taken by them on behalf of the Association in their respective capacities.

Guidelines
Adhere to and advocate the use of published policies on conflicts of interest within your organization.

  1. Refrain from using your position for personal, material or financial gain or the appearance of such.
  2. Refrain from giving or seeking preferential treatment in the human resources processes.
  3. Prioritize your obligations to identify conflicts of interest or the appearance thereof; when conflicts arise, disclose them to relevant stakeholders.
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