1. CERN’s values
CERN's values are commitment, professionalism, creativity, diversity and integrity. Taken together they provide the basis for respect: respect for others, respect for the Organization and respect for its mission, and underpin the CERN Code of Conduct.
2. CERN’s Code of conduct
- The CERN Code of Conduct booklet
- Supplementary information to the Code of Conduct: religious practice in the workplace
What the Code is:
Introduced in 2010, the Code is intended as a guide in helping CERN contributors to understand how to conduct ourselves, treat others and expect to be treated. It is based around the five core values of the Organization. We should all become familiar with it and try to incorporate it into our daily life at CERN.
More specific examples of situations:
The Code itself is a short document, and intentionally so. To increase understanding of how the Code applies to practical situations, a list of Frequently Asked Questions has been compiled (see reference documents section and FAQ).
If you are unsure of a particular aspect of the Code:
If you are unsure about any aspect of the Code, there are a number of resources available to you:
Bulletin articles :