Rhode Island Staffing Association
RISA Code of Ethics
As a condition of membership in RISA, each
member pledges its support of, adherence to, the principles set forth below.
Through their voluntary compliance with these principles, RISA members
acknowledge that such compliance is in the best interest of the staffing
services industry, its customers and its employees.
RISA Members Agree to Always:
1. Comply with all laws and regulations to their business and in their
dealing with employees, customers and competitors.
2. Treat all applicants and employees with dignity and respect, and to
provide equal employment opportunities based on bona fide job qualifications,
without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, or
3. RISA provides adequate means for
assuring adherence by members to its Standards of Ethics. To further the
effectiveness of these procedures, each member shall be responsible for
bringing to the attention of the RISA Ethics Committee any violations of these
standards. The Ethics Committee shall process any such complaint in accordance
with its usual procedure, and, were the facts warrant it, the Ethics Committee
shall bring the matter to the attention of the appropriate government authority
for its action.