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  1. Ethical Standard in Cooperatives Ethical is the new normal
  2. • Section 9. Ethics Committee. An Ethics Committee shall be composed of three (3) members to be appointed by the Board of Directors. Within ten (10) days after their appointment, they shall elect from among themselves a Chairperson, Vice-Chairperson and a Secretary who shall serve for a term of one (1) year r until their successors shall have been appointed and qualified and without prejudice to their reappointment. No member of the Committee shall hold any other position in the Cooperative during his/her term of office. • Section 10. Functions and Responsibilities. The Ethics Committee shall: a. Formulate, develop, implement and monitor the Code of Governance and Ethical Standards (CGES) to be observed by the members, officers and employees of the cooperative subject to the approval of the Board of Directors and ratification by the General Assembly;
  3. Create Public Value Meet mandates and fulfill missions Produce fundamental decisions and actions that shape and guide what the organization is, what it does, and why it does it Organize participation Create ideas for strategic action Build a winning coalition Implement strategies Purposes and Functions of Strategic Planning (Bryson, 2004b, p 25) Securing the future
  4. • Create public value by meeting mandates by fulfilling your missions. In order to do so, the organization must produce fundamental decisions and actions that shape and guide what the organization is, what it does, and why it does so. Create public value
  5. • Service. • Social justice. • Dignity and worth of the person. • Importance of human relationships. • Integrity. • Competence.
  6. Ethical Values In the tradition of their founders, cooperative members believe in the ethical values of: Honesty. Truthfulness, fairness and sincerity in all dealings. The dealings may be between the members & the cooperative; among members the themselves; between & among cooperatives.
  7. Code of Conduct A set of rules of behavior for the officers, employees and members of the cooperative in accordance with their agreed ethical standards.
  8. • Openness. One that promotes collaboration where the members are free to share their views and suggestions with an emphasis on learning as opposed to being right. Characterized by transparency and free access to knowledge and information.
  9. Social Responsibility is the opportunity to be involved in an endeavor that satisfies a higher order need of every human being – that of being able to actively participate in the sharing community. the passion of the cooperative to be of service to people in the community is overwhelming”. Indeed, reports from multi-purpose cooperatives, coops in agriculture, agrarian reform, transportation, credit and marketing, among others, have shown that cooperatives are indeed going an extra mile to serve their members and communities.
  10. Caring For Others. Immediately after the ECQ was declared in March to stem the spread of COVID-19, the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) issued a directive allowing the use of the Community Development Fund (CDF) to help out the families affected by the suspension of work and vital services. The CDF was budgeted to fund projects or activities that benefit communities in the respective areas of cooperatives.
  11. Common Areas of Ethical Concern • Leadership qualities/traits • Workplace Culture • Rights and privileges (abuses) • Business transactions (conflict of interest) • Conduct of meetings (decorum) • Compliance with existing laws/policies
  12. 1. Pay your loans on time. 2. Save and be the model in the CBU program of your co-op. 3. Never discuss in public cooperative matters that should be kept private. Simple Code of Ethics: For Members