Rogers Corporation employees must perform their job responsibilities loyally and objectively, without allowing personal, family or their own financial interests to influence their judgment. Employees must avoid not only actual conflicts of interest, but also the appearance of a conflict of interest. While the company recognizes that its employees are free to make personal financial investments and to maintain social and business relationships, these relationships must not create any interests that conflict with those of the company. Any waivers of this requirement must be preapproved by the company’s Director of Compliance & Integrity.
A conflict of interest is created when an activity, interest (financial or personal) or association directly or indirectly would tend to compromise your judgment, causing your interest or the interest of another person to be favored over the interests of the company.