Zambia Institute Of Human Resource Mangement


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In pursuant to the Zambia Institute of Human Resources Management Act No. 11 of 1997, a Human Resource Practitioner should abide by the following:

  1. Uphold the good name of the institute and the Human Resources Management profession;
  2. Respect the constitution and the laws of Zambia in their performance;
  3. Promote and uphold employment practices that guard against any form of discrimination based on gender, age, ethnic group, political affiliation, creed, religion or disability;
  4. Accept full responsibility of one’s office and that of his or her subordinates and not misuse the authority of one’s office for any personal gain to the detriment of the company or the Institute;
  5. Comply with labour laws of Zambia relating to the Management of the organization with which one is connected and do one’s best to operate within the spirit of such laws.
  6. Serve the employer effectively, honestly with integrity and undertake to achieve and maintain a high standard of professionalism in one’s work;
  7. Refrain from using one’s membership to the Zambia Institute of Human Resources Management to promote the products of one’s personal company;
  8. Demonstrate personal integrity, honesty, diligence and acceptable conduct, in business, professional and personal dealings.
  9. Serve and observe strict impartiality when giving independent advice and observe confidentiality and respect and protect all privileged information.
  10. Promote training and development of human resource practitioners upgrade one’s human resource management skills and encourage continuous professional development among members and potential members in and outside your organization;
  11. Participate whenever possible, in the Institute’s activities, promote and protect the Institute’s interests;
  12. Adhere to this code of professional ethics and conduct and any other rules and regulations made by the Institute from time to time.

So, order your conduct as to uphold and not injure the standing and reputation of the Zambia Institute of Human Resources Management.

The enforcement of this Code shall be the responsibility of the Institute’s Disciplinary Committee and shall be made in accordance with the provision of part V of the Zambia Institute of Human Resources Management Act, of 1997.


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