- Copley Country Club is owned by the Town of Morristown and Managed by a Board of Directors who are members of Copley Country Club. The success of the Club depends on the ability of all Board Members & employees to work as a Cooperative Team.
- Quality of Performance:
In accepting a position at Copley Country Club, the employee agrees to perform his or her work in a high quality and time efficient manner. Failure to maintain a high standard of quality or efficiency may result in the dismissal of an employee.
- Clothing & Appearance:
The clothing and appearance of employees is a reflection of their
Professionalism and the quality of our club. Employees shall maintain a clean and well-dressed appearance while at work. Clothes which are frayed have holes should not be worn at the club. While working at the Club, employees shall wear shirts and shoes at all time. Employees should come to work neat and clean.
- Punctuality and Performance:
Employees should arrive ready to work at the agreed upon time. Upon arrival, employees should be ready to begin work immediately.
- Alcohol and Smoking:
Employees shall not consume alcohol while on duty. Smoke only in designated areas.
Use of any illegal drugs may result in immediate dismissal.
- Interaction with Members:
Members are customers of the club. Employees should be polite and helpful at all times to the customers.
- Sexual Harassment:
Club staff are advised to maintain a Professional demeanor at all times while on duty. All caution should be used in this sensitive matter. If any employee feels they may be experiencing sexual harassment from other staff, a club member, they should contact the Board immediately.
Paychecks are processed once a week. Employees shall keep a record of their hours and submit these hours as specified on time sheets which are available at the Club. Additional time for lunch and/or personal errands should be recorded on the time sheet and not billed as hourly salary.
Any employee who is injured on the job should seek adequate medical treatment immediately and report the injury to the club in writing.
- Health Insurance:
The club does not provide health insurance for employees.
- Non-Working Hours:
Full time employees or managers have all the playing privileges of paying members.
Any employee having a grievance about any aspect of their employment should contact their Manager or the Board of Directors immediately.
- End of Employment:
Employees wishing to end their employment at the club should give their Manager a written notice 2 weeks prior to ending their employment. Employees successfully completing their jobs will be given a Letter of Recommendation by the club.
- Full and Part Time Employees:
Full and part time employees are granted golf privileges at no cost to them, but will not be permitted to vote at annual meetings, unless they pay their own membership.