USANA Recognized in DSA Code of Ethics Communication Initiative
I am excited to announce that USANA has been recognized in the 2014 Direct Selling Association Code of Ethics Communication Initiative!
It marks the fifth year USANA has earned this honor, and it’s a testament to the independent business owners and corporate employees who operate with the utmost integrity in everything you (and we) do.
During the DSA’s 2013 Annual Meeting, 52 member companies were recognized for going above and beyond in their efforts to promote awareness of the Code of Ethics.
To qualify, companies are required to meet five of 14 criteria that demonstrate their commitment to sharing the Code publicly and among its sales force.
So that is how you qualify, but why is this important to you?
1. Education: The Code of Ethics is education for you! The Code of Ethics includes information on the proper way to make earnings representations, pyramid law explanations, proper advertising practices, etc.
2. Another Accolade: Our fifth straight year of recognition shows our commitment to promoting ethical business practices as stated by the DSA. This is a powerful accolade that can be used to help inform potential customers and individuals who are considering joining USANA, including those who need to build their belief in the industry.
3. USANA’s Commitment to You: More important than a piece of mail or a link on our website, this further proves USANA’s commitment to the principles our company was founded on and the integrity that drives our everyday decisions.
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