We cannot overstate the importance of ensuring that PLKI corporate records are truthful and complete.
Every employee has a responsibility to make sure that the corporate records are truthful, complete and reliable.
As a result:
All employees must:
- create clear and accurate entries in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and PLKI's system of internal controls;
- record all financial reporting and accounting;
- detail the true nature of every transaction or payment in its supporting documentation;
- report the existence of any undisclosed or unrecorded funds or other assets;
- send executed originals of all PLKI contracts to the Office of General Counsel; and
- be honest and open with all auditors. Your complete disclosure of all required information is essential, as misleading or partial disclosures can give the appearance of unlawful or unethical actions.
- No undisclosed or unrecorded funds or other assets are permitted.
- No false or misleading entries may be made in our books or records.
- All corporate records (including correspondence, reports and memorandum) are maintained for a specified period of time and then destroyed in compliance with statutory and legal requirements and the applicable department record retention policy.