Conflict of interest policy
Definitions and acronyms
Conflict of interest - means a situation where there is an actual, potential or perceived divergence between the individual interests of a staff member and their professional and work related obligations to RMIT, such that an independent observer might reasonably question that the staff member’s conduct may have been influenced by his or her own private interests or personal circumstances.
Good faith - means acting honestly and without fraud or deception.[Previous: Supporting documents and information ] [Next: Accountability]