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Outside Employment Handbook Statement

The Company respects each employee's right to engage in activities outside of employment such as those that are of a personal or private nature, to the extent that such activities do not create a conflict of interest as described in the Conflicts of Interest policy set forth in this Handbook or adversely affect the employee's ability to perform his or her job. Under certain circumstances, if an employee's personal conduct begins to adversely affect his or her performance on the job, or begins to make it impossible for him or her to carry out any or all of his or her job duties while at work, appropriate disciplinary action up to and including termination of employment may be appropriate.

An example of an activity that might adversely affect an employee's