Maintaining Accurate Records
All company records must be accurate and complete. They are necessary for the proper management of the business, and the law specifically requires it. Records must be maintained with sufficient detail to accurately reflect the company's transactions. Financial statements must always be prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and presented fairly, in all material respects, the financial condition and results of the company.
Proper document management is an important matter for Jabil. The failure to manage documents according to the Jabil Records Management Policy and Schedule could have serious business and legal consequences for our company. Use common sense and observe standards of good taste regarding content and language when creating business records and other documents that may be retained by Jabil or other third parties. This includes e-mail communications. While they are a quick and easy method of communication, e-mails should always be utilized as an important business tool and a professional mode of communication.