Blue Ribbon Panel Explores Business Principles

Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce

Statement of Principles

Approved by Members in March 2017

The Members of the Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce, believing that the fair conduct of business and the ethical pursuit of profit is essential to the shared prosperity of Flushing, Queens, and the United States of America, do hereby openly and publicly commit to the following business practices as a matter of standard policy:

1. We will make every effort to provide quality merchandise, products and services at fair and reasonable prices.

2. We will improve, maintain and protect the appearance of our businesses, our business community, and our shared environment.

3. Our Employees will be treated fairly, paid promptly for their work, be clearly informed of their rights and obligations under the law.

4. Our Customers will be welcomed into our establishments and treated with dignity and respect. We recognize that the customer experience at one business reflects our entire business community.

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In adhering to these principles of business, we expect an accountable government and public administration. We expect public services to be provided equitably and public servants to be honest and fair. We expect that our elected and appointed officials will be responsive to the needs of our community.