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✔️SUBSCRIBE✔️ www.youtube.com/channel/UCfWnr3woqTWfxA4v-blmpZg?sub_confirmation=1 It’s good to know the importance of following rules because making exceptions to company policies and procedures can have serious legal consequences. Even the best intentions can lead to litigation. When it comes to how a business treats it’s employees, exceptions are dangerous. Why? Well, when you make exceptions to established policies, you’re making yourself vulnerable to legal action because the rules in place are meant to safeguard against unfair treatment. When these rules are broken, no matter what the reason, it shows that someone is being treated differently than the rest of the organization. The importance of following rules is that it protects you against being sued. By always following company policies and procedures, you can rest assured that your legal position is solid. Although it could be tempting to break a rule in order to do something that you view is beneficial, it’s not a good idea. Although you may think you’re helping an employee, when you go against policy, other employees may react negatively. Even if no legal action is taken, a breach in company regulations could lead to dissatisfaction among the employees. Some may view your decision as unfair or biased. Rules help to maintain an even playing field. You see, rules create understanding by laying out the guidelines for each situation that may arise. Once policies are in place regarding how employees are to be managed, they have to be followed. They’re there for everyone’s sake. Hopefully you’ve learned to recognize the importance of following rules. Do not make exceptions to company policies and procedures. If you do, be aware that you’re taking a risk.