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While not preferred, full-time employees are permitted to engage in outside work or hold other jobs, subject to certain restrictions.  Activities and conduct away from the job must not compete with, conflict with or compromise CSP interests or adversely affect job performance and the ability to fulfill all responsibilities to CSP.  Employees are prohibited from performing any services for customers on nonworking time that are normally performed by CSP.  This prohibition also extends to the unauthorized use of any CSP tools or equipment and the unauthorized use or application of any confidential information. In addition, employees are not to solicit or conduct any outside business during paid working time.

Employees are cautioned to consider carefully the demands that additional work activity will create before accepting outside employment.  Outside employment will not be considered an excuse for poor job performance, absenteeism, tardiness, leaving early, refusal to travel or refusal to work overtime or different hours.  If CSP determines that an employee’s outside work interferes with his or her performance or the ability to meet the requirements of CSP, as modified from time to time, the employee may be asked to terminate the outside employment if he or she wishes to remain employed with CSP.

Last modified: February 5, 2019