With the development of the institution, involving many parties including employees, partners, consultants, volunteers, interns, and so on, the institution needs a clear statement of ethical standards and guidelines for all parties in carrying out their roles in the Rutgers Indonesia work environment.
The Code of Conduct is based on the mission and vision of Rutgers Indonesia (Chapter II), created with a specific purpose and intended for a specific scope (Chapter III), with specific basic principles (Chapter IV). The areas covered by this code of conduct are described in Chapter V, and the emphasis on the importance of implementation and the consequences that arise from violating this code of conduct is described in Chapter VI.
The Rutgers Indonesia Code of Conduct also refers, but does not limit, to the Rutgers’s Code of Conduct developed by Rutgers International head office (Appendix 1) which is the minimum standard of code of conduct for institutions.
The Rutgers Indonesia Code of Conduct was approved by the Director on January 1, 2020. Changes to the Code of Conduct to adapt to current conditions are the responsibility of the Rutgers Indonesia Human Resources & Administration Unit.