Supplier Gifts, Commissions, Fees and Gratuities Policy
No commission, payment, service, loan or promise of future benefit shall be accepted by any Cricket employee or Cricket contractor or member of his or her immediate family, from any actual or potential supplier, customer or competitor of the Company.
Insignificant gifts (other than money), such as advertising novelties, may be accepted by Cricket employee or Cricket contractors from a supplier, customer or competitor of the Company so long as such gifts do not obligate the employee or contractor and are not being provided as a quid pro quo for services or special considerations. Gifts in excess of $100 should not be accepted and should be returned.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, this policy is not intended to prohibit the participation in customary business luncheons or dinner which are normal and reasonable so long as such gifts do not obligate the employee or contractor and are not being provided as a quid pro quo for services or special considerations.
Supplier Expense Policy General Guidelines
All Cricket suppliers and their employees that are eligible to travel and expense reimbursement as per the Terms and Conditions of their agreement with Cricket will be subject to and must follow the existing Cricket Employee Expense and Travel policy.