Code of Ethics

smallnrwaMembers of the NRWA Agree to:

  • Accurately and fairly advertise products, services, and business qualifications according to commonly recognized and accepted business practices and local, state and federal laws.
  • Comply with all legal obligations and licensing laws in providing professional services.
  • Remain sensitive to individual client needs and be compassionate in providing advice, products, and services to meet clients’ specific objectives.
  • Provide or recommend materials and services that will enhance our clients’ abilities to achieve goals without regard to race, gender, or religion.
  • Deliver to our clients what was promised and be truthful in guiding, advising, and counseling clients at all times.
  • Remain up-to-date on the latest résumé and employment trends, as well as current market and hiring trends that will affect our clientele.

Online Conduct Standards

We encourage members at all levels to display ethical behavior and adhere to high standards of professionalism at all times. Specifically:

  • Avoid political or religious references that may infer a specific stand on the part of the NRWA. We are a non-profit group with no political or religious affiliations.
  • Refrain from slurs, libelous or slanderous comments directed toward any group or individual.
  • Personal disputes and/or disagreements should be carried out in private e-mails, not in a public forum or board.
  • Members and regional board members should consult with the Executive Board before addressing posts aimed toward the NRWA as a group. This will avoid misunderstandings and ensure consensus on the proper response.
  • All members should adhere to NRWA’s Code of Ethics when communicating verbally, in writing or in e-mail.