When do you need a Condo Association Code of Conduct?

Codes of Conduct have been springing up in many private companies. The idea behind them is setting clear expectations of positive and negative behaviors. Those who do not follow the Code of Conduct are disciplined, and thus you have a more harmonious organization. There is some evidence in favor of this, and some evidence against it. It is no surprise that some Boards implement a Condo Association Code of Conduct. The key in determining if you need a Condo Association Code of Conduct is your reasons behind implementing it. For some applications, a Code of Conduct makes a lot of sense; in others cases, it may set you up for abuse or other issues.   Read the article…………..

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