• Executive examples related to each of organizational values are known as related values of ethical codes.
• Codes of human dignity and honesty.
• Truthfulness, transparency and naivety in words and deeds.
• Being the first one to greet.
• Answering correctly combined with courtesy and politeness.
• Respecting colleagues.
• Keeping away from analogy and discrimination.
• Preventing backbiting and gossip.
• Keeping away from hypocrisy and rumor.
Ethical codes of creativity and innovation:
• Removing limitations to solve problems and present ideas.
• Identifying and making opportunity for discovering talents.
• Cooperating to put the new ideas into practice and developing new solutions.
• Identifying new solutions and performing duties better than ever.
• Identifying obstacles and needs.
• Being active in responding to system offers.
• Ethical codes of customer-center:
• Prioritizing customers’ comments and requests.
• Presenting transparent, correct, prompt and respectful response to customers.
• Respecting customers by carrying out the commitments on time and with high quality.
• Making customers delighted by offering services exceeding customers’ expectations.
Ethical codes of responsibility:
• Being accountable for assigned tasks.
• Trying to gain knowledge and required skills for carrying out tasks.
• Trying to make an appropriate decision when needed.
• Performing tasks without needing for administrative controls.
• Informing the authorities on time when facing crisis.
• Proper and optimal use of equipment and tools.
• Not providing corporate information for unauthorized individuals.
Ethic codes of joy and health:
• Having regular sports program.
• Medical care.
• Having target in life.
• Work-life balance.
• Individual’s healthy relationship with business environment.
• Avoid Smoking.
Ethical codes of competitiveness:
• Trying to fulfill program goals.
• Consistent assessment and improvement of activities.
• Prioritizing activities based on key activities.
• role modeling the best individuals
• Being cautious to internal and external information.
• Trying to be a pioneer considering moral ethics.
Ethical codes of knowledge-base and learning:
• trying to gain required knowledge and skills for performing tasks
• Sharing coworkers’ knowledge and skills.
• Applying knowledge and expertise in order to achieve organizational goals.
• Developing learning culture in the organization.
• Recording experiences and knowledge.
• Trying to create knowledge and skills.