All members of our Institute are expected to comply with our Code of Code. This Code of Conduct seeks to ensure that all our Doctoral Fellows, Fellows, and Associates, acknowledge their responsibilities as Professional Managers.

Professional management demands that individual managers exercise their responsibilities with integrity, competence and objectivity when working or dealing with the public, their employers, clients and others.

Our Code of Conduct represents a relevant and useful set of guidelines to ensure that our certified Professional Managers contribute and play a vital and ethical role in the context of their work and business relationships.
Member’s Responsibilities
Discharge at all times their agreed responsibilities and authority as a manager with integrity and observe the standards as prescribed in the Guide to good management practice.

  1. Not to misuse their authority or office for personal gain

  2. Comply with the statutory regulations as prescribed within their area of work and to operate within the spirit of those regulations.

Conduct themselves in a manner not to injure the standing and reputation of The Academy of Human Resource and Management Practitioners

Guide To Good Management Practice – The Manager – The Person
Managers have personal responsibilities, and should:

  1. Demonstrate integrity and humanity and observe the principles of the Declaration of Human Rights avoiding all discriminatory practices including those relating to race, sex, religion and politics.
  2. Have regard for the interests of society in acting loyally and honestly in implementing the policies of their organisation.
  3. Not to injure or attempt to injure, maliciously or recklessly, directly, or indirectly, the Professional reputation of others.
  4. Respect the confidentiality of information in the course of their duties.
  5. Engage in continued learning to improve managerial competence and accept and implement new ideas and advances in technology.
  6. Accept only such work as they believe they are competent to perform to the satisfaction of their clients or superiors and where necessary to seek and obtain expert advice.
  7. Respect the codes of other Institutes and Associations relevant to their responsibilities. Be objective when called upon to provide your professional opinion.

The Manager and The Workplace

Managers should take appropriate actions to achieve the objectives of their organisation.

These actions should include:

  1. The effective and economic management of all available resources under their responsibility
  2. The appointment, training, and development of employees and to integrate their aspirations with the requirements of the organization.
  3. The creation of a humane, safe, healthy and satisfying working environment
  4. The development of effective communications, understandings and cooperation between all employees at all levels
  5. The delegation of authority wherever possible and the acceptance of responsibility and accountability for the work of subordinates
  6. The fair and equitable treatment of employees
  7. The frequent review of management objectives and organization practices.

The Manager and the Society

Managers should recognise the interests of the community and act accordingly.

This recognition should include:

  1. Making every effort to conserve the environment, balancing the rights of future generations with current economic needs.
  2. Preserving and, wherever possible, improving the quality of life within the organisation’s sphere of influence
  3. Promoting the development of further understanding in society of the role and place of the business community.
  4. Ensuring that all contracts and terms of business are clear, concise, and honoured in full unless terminated or modified by mutual consent.
  5. The exclusion of corrupt practices.
  6. Respecting cultural and moral standards and the dignity of the individual.
  7. Participating in public affairs, and using their professional skills and expertise for the benefit of the Community and Society.