RULES OF BEHAVIOR FOR ALL USERS
FOR ENTERPRISE HUMAN RESOURCES INTEGRATION’S eHR SYSTEM
The EHRI project office is responsible for ensuring an adequate level of protection and security is afforded to the eHR system. The requisite level of protection and security is accomplished through an appropriate mix of technical, administrative, and managerial controls including written guidance. Because written guidance cannot cover every contingency, the following Rules of Behavior are provided to further stipulate the responsibility of the users of the eHR System.
All persons must understand that these Rules of Behavior are based on Federal laws and regulation and, as such, there are consequences for violation of these rules. Depending on the severity of the violation, at the discretion of management and with due process of law, consequences can include: reprimand; removal of access privileges; suspension, demotion, or termination from work; and criminal and civil penalties.
Rules of Behavior
I understand that, when using the eHR System, I am personally accountable for my actions and that I must:
I understand that all conditions and obligations imposed upon me by these rules apply during the time I am granted access to this system regardless of location.
I understand that the EHRI project office reserves the right, to terminate or suspend my access and use of the eHR System, without notice, if there is a violation of these Rules of Behavior.