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What is Behavior Management Policy?

What is Behavior Management Policy

Behavior Policy

Behavior management policy is applicable for the staffs and workers of all level. To maintain a pleasant working environment in the company. To maintain a cooperative, effective and efficient work environment in an organization all the employees are required to behave properly and formally. Keeping this thing in mind this policy has been prepared. Bangla Version

Behavior Management Policy:

  • That everyone treats everyone else with respect
  • Shouting under no circumstance is to be resorted to
  • Physically assaulting anyone or threatening to do so is not acceptable at any point
  • Use of foul or intimating language even while keeping the voice low is not acceptable
  • That one does not judge other people by their backgrounds but gives minimal respect as a person at all times 
  • Internal communication policy is the key factor here 
  • That one blames work and not people
  • That one communicates and solves problems through meetings
  • That one maintains reporting lines and chain of command
  • That one not does not try and overshadow peers and juniors
  • That one give consideration for people’s private needs and life while also emphasizing on productivity and output
  • That one enjoys the your work and help others do so
  • That one shows and fosters loyalty
  • That one respects people of other departments, specially seniors
  • That one respects people who are older by age or by tenure of service
  • That one shouldn’t involve oneself in any kind of nepotism or favoritism
  • That one shouldn’t break any kind of company rules nor influence others to do so
  • That one should dress smartly and conservatively in the office
  • That one should maintain courteous relationship with the seniors and juniors
  • In case of assigning work to juniors, one should maintain the chain of command and communicate through the mid-level in-between.
  • That one should maintain a proper balance between work life and personal life
  • One should address one’s seniors as “Sir’, or call them “Bhai’ if the addressee is accepting of it and only by name in case of mutual acceptance of it
  • That one should respect juniors and refer to them as Mr or Shaheb in most cases and only use name if mutually accepted.
  • That one should maintain certain courteous distance while talking or standing beside of others
  • One shouldn’t touch or poke or hold anyone to draw their attention
  • One shouldn’t enter into someone’s room or sit in the guest chairs without taking permission
  • One should not sit in the chair of someone who is absent without approval of the person over phone or permission from the reporting head of that person who is absent
  • One shouldn’t use others’ belongings despite of being senior, junior or peer; without taking permission
  • One shouldn’t address someone more intimately, such as – “Tui”
  • One should maintain conversational etiquette in the office despite of having family or friendly relationship with the person in question.
  • One shouldn’t smoke or have chewing-gum, while inside the workplace
  • One should keep one’s own desk, surroundings and common places; such as – canteen, toilet, lift, stairs and etc. neat and clean
  • That one should adopt courteousness and politeness in every step of one’s activities. For example – while walking, eating, sitting etc.
  • One shouldn’t talk loudly over phone and nor should one laugh or gossip loudly in the office
  • One should keep one’s mobile phone’s ring tone off or at “low”, while attending meetings
  • One shouldn’t discriminate or pass comments or ex-change salary information or pass judgment about a person or make sarcastic remarks based on religion, race, gender, district of origin, social background, residence area, skin color etc.
  • One should treat and talk respectfully with female colleagues and should not discriminate them while fixing salary or assigning tasks
  • One should inform team members and take necessary permissions from the superiors, in case of going outside of the office premises or staying away of work station for a while
  • One shouldn’t criticize someone in his/her absence, nor should one influence others to do that
  • One should inform one’s superiors and management if one can infer that some action of someone else’s can be harmful for the company
  • One should be polite while telling someone directly in case of not liking his/her attitude or some action of that person
  • One should inform the responsible people earlier; if one feels that a specific task can’t be completed in due time or when one can identify that one can’t finish the work successfully
  • In case of leaving the office for an emergency purpose in the middle of a task, one should inform and distribute the work among one’s fellow tea, members and should communicate with them to know about the work’s progress
  • One should take workload based on one’s mental and physical ability
  • One shouldn’t ridicule someone else when that other person is in trouble
  • One should give sufficient time to new employees to prove their capabilities rather than discouraging them
  • One shouldn’t try and slow the company down when there is a positive initiative
  • One shouldn’t misuse authority or power to harass anyone

Regulations & Procedures:

  • Everyone will be made aware of the behavior behavior management policy through repeated awareness building sessions
  • Everyone will be made aware of the different kinds of Alternative punishments other than misbehavior as defined, so that those can be used instead

Responsible Parties:

  • HR Director is responsible for developing the policy
  • HR team and Compliance as well as welfare are responsible for spreading awareness about the policy
  • Everyone is responsible for abiding by the policy
  • Welfare and HR are responsible for notifying HR Management about breaches of this behavior management policy


Communication and implementation is ensured by HR Director and team through meetings and awareness building sessions with follow up sessions. Anyone who feels that he/she has been misbehaved with, can always complain in the complaint boxes or follow the grievance procedures and make an issue out of it. This will help to ensure that the policy is being properly followed or not. There will be no exception of this behavior management policy.

Engr. Kh. Mashiur Rahman Email:

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