List of Policies

International Policy

International Business Srinathji’s is committed to the highest ethical standards in all business transactions. Partners must follow all applicable laws, rules and regulations when conducting Srinathji’s business.

Srinathji’ swill be accurate and truthful in representing business transactions to government agencies. Payments made to any foreign agent or government official must be lawful under the laws of the India and the foreign country or client. Payments by or on behalf of Srinathji’sto foreign agents or government officials should always be strictly for services rendered and should be reasonable in amount given the nature of those services. Under no circumstances may a partner make payments in violation of the law or to induce government officials to do business with Srinathji’s.

Partners must comply with all local and foreign laws regarding customs and trade. Srinathji’ swill be accurate and truthful in representing business transactions to government agencies. All information that a partner furnishes to any customs official or to any agent hired by Srinathji’s to facilitate imports and exports must be accurate and truthful. If you conduct business internationally on behalf of Srinathji’s, please make sure you have a thorough understanding of these laws and know enough about any third parties doing business in Srinathji’s name to ensure they are making appropriate decisions on our behalf. Srinathji’ spartners at no time are permitted to influence the outcome of any business decision by exchanging bribes or kickbacks of any kind.

Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy may be modified from time to time: the most recent revisions will appear on this page, so check back here frequently to be appraised of any changes. Any such update or modification will be effective immediately. It is your responsibility to review this privacy policy from time to time to ensure that you continue to agree with all of its terms. Continued access and use of this Website by you will constitute your acceptance of any changes or revisions to the Privacy Policy.

Honest and Ethical Conduct

The Company expects all employees to act with the highest standards of honesty and ethical conduct while working in Company premises, at Srinathji’s sponsored business and social events, or at any other place where the employees represent Srinathji’s. In all cases, if uncertain regarding the appropriateness of an event or action, seek assistance in interpreting the requirements of these practices by contacting your supervisor or Srinathji’s Human Resources Department. Compliance with Applicable Rules and Regulations All Srinathji’s employees must comply with all applicable laws and regulations. Employees are expected to be familiar with the legal and regulatory requirements applicable to their business responsibilities and to fulfill their duties in accordance with these laws and regulations with regards to disclosures in Governmental Filings and Other Public Communications It is Company policy to make full, fair, accurate, timely and understandable disclosure in compliance with all applicable laws, rules and regulations in the reports and documents that it files with or submits to various state or federal agencies, including the Securities and Exchange Commission, and in other public communications made by the Company. All employees are expected to use their best efforts to perform their duties in a manner intended to implement this policy.

Conflicts of Interest

Every employee must avoid situations that create, or could create, a conflict with the goals and business priorities of Srinathji’s. Sometimes it can be difficult to determine if a given action or decision could create a conflict of interest with the company. In these situations, discuss the situation with your manager, the Legal Department or the Human Resources Department. Family members and friends of Srinathji’s employees are welcome to work for Srinathji, or for our suppliers or competitors, as long as such employment does not harm Srinathji’s. However, employees in certain positions have significant influence on company decision making. If you work in one of these positions, it is critical that you avoid anything that could appear to compromise your objectivity. It is critical that you avoid actions or decisions that could harm the company. There are many other areas in which a conflict of interest could arise. In partnership with your manager, apply common sense in reviewing potential conflicts.

Outside Employment

Do not engage in any business outside of Srinathji’s, if it interferes with your performance or responsibilities to the Company.Our policies prohibit any employee from accepting simultaneous employment with an Srinathji’s supplier, developer, or competitor, and from taking part in any activity that enhances or supports a competitor’s position. Hourly An employee may not directly or indirectly conduct outside business that interferes with the proper performance of the employee’s job at Srinathji’s, is conducted during an employee’s normal working hours, or utilizes Srinathji’sconfidential information or specialized skills and knowledge gained as an employee of the Company. This includes becoming a contractor, consultant or supplier to Srinathji’s or a competitor while being employed at Srinathji’s. Business Interests: If you are considering investing in the business interests of a supplier, developer, or competitor, you must ensure that your investment does not compromise your responsibilities to Srinathji’s. Many factors should be considered in determining whether a conflict situation exists, including: The ability to influence Srinathji’s decisions or decisions of

  • The other company
  • Access to the confidential information of Srinathji’s or of
  • The other company;   

It can only be used for appropriate business purposes. Inappropriate disclosure of confidential information can cause irreparable harm to the company and will not be tolerated. Confidential information can take a variety of forms, including but not limited to printed reports, electronic emails, voice mails, oral presentations, or electronic spreadsheets. Confidential information can include business practices, recipes, marketing plans, development plans, long range plans, strategic plans, employee names, personnel files, social security numbers, bank account numbers and financial reports.

These are a few examples. When in doubt if something is confidential, please discuss it with the General Counsel or Compliance Officer.

  • Protecting Confidential Information: Confidential information may not be disclosed to anyone outside the company, except when required in order to conduct company business and approved by the General Counsel or Compliance Officer. When printed confidential information is no longer needed, it must be shredded or placed in a locked receptacle designed to gather bulk material for shredding. Confidential information must be maintained in a locked location whenever it is not in use.
  • For example, personnel files must be in a locked file cabinet or locked office at all times. If kept in a locked office, non‐management employees cannot be permitted unsupervised access. Prohibited Use of Confidential Information: Confidential information can never be used for personal gain. For example, if you are aware of confidential company plans to acquire another company, purchasing stock in that company would not only be a violation of this policy, but would also be a violation of the law. It is also prohibited to share this information with another person to facilitate financial gain.
  • Confidential information cannot be used for the benefit of any other company. For example, if you leave Srinathji’s, you cannot use any of our forms or processes at your next company. Confidential information cannot be shared with other employees unless there is a legitimate business purpose for them to have the information. For example, if you have access to financial data that includes payroll information, you cannot share that information with other employees, unless such sharing is required in order to properly execute your responsibilities.
  • Confidential information cannot be shared with friends and family, no matter how interesting the information may seem. Such disclosures, while not intended to do harm to the company, can have significant unintended consequences and could do irreparable harm to the company. In the course of conducting Srinathji’s business, you may have access to the confidential information of a vendor or business partner. Before receiving this confidential information, a company representative must sign a confidentiality agreement indicating that we will treat this information with the same care that we apply to our confidential information.
  • Confidential information from a third party cannot be accepted unless a confidentiality agreement has been signed. Further, confidential information can never be accepted if the holder of the information does not have a legal right to both possess the information and to share it with Srinathji’s representatives.
  • Permitted use of Confidential Information: Confidential information can be used as required to effectively execute the responsibilities of your job. It can also be used as a tool to review the performance of subordinates. Confidential information from a third party can be used to assist in determining if the third party’s products or services would be of value to Srinathji’s. Once that determination is made, all such confidential information must be destroyed unless we enter into an agreement with the company, and that agreement requires the use of the confidential information. Examples of information that would fall into this category are trial software packages, pricing information, and detailed proposals that contain proprietary information. With the written approval of the Chief Executive Officer, Compliance Officer, Chief Financial Officer, or General Counsel, you may be permitted to confidential information with a potential vendor, business partner or financial institution. In such cases, the general counsel will supervise the development of a non‐disclosure agreement that must be signed by the potential recipient of confidential information before the information is provided.
  • You may share confidential information when required to by law or court order. However, such disclosure must be carefully limited in scope to that required, and can only be done with the approval of the general counsel.
  • Confidentiality Agreement: When you joined Srinathji’s, you signed an agreement to protect and hold confidential our proprietary information. This agreement remains in effect for as long as you work for Srinathji’s and even after you leave the Company.
  • Under this agreement, you may not disclose Srinathji’s’s confidential information to anyone or use it to benefit anyone other than Srinathji’s or without Srinathji’sprior written consent. Abiding by this agreement is a fundamental condition of your employment, and you should take its provisions very seriously.

Website Privacy Policy

This privacy policy sets out our privacy policies and practices regarding the personal data that we collect from our users at Srinathji’s restaurants(“Website”) and related services. Your use of and/or registration on any aspect of the Website will constitute your agreement to this privacy policy.

The owner of this Website respects the privacy of readers and provides the Website for entertainment purposes only and for the personal, non-commercial use of its readers. Readers are welcome to subscribe to the Website as well as receive newsletter updates. Feedburner as well as other related services that allow access to the Website are subject to privacy and data collection privacy policies that may differ from this privacy policy. You are responsible for reading, understanding and accepting such policies. Should we ask you to provide certain information by which you can be identified when using this Website, it will be used in accordance with this privacy statement. When you use this Website, the following information may be collected:

  • Name and e-mail address
  • Website URL
  • Demographic information (such as IP addresses) or other information that does not permit the identification of individual persons.

Demographic and technical information is gathered to enhance the reader experience and ensure that continued operation of the Website. In addition, information that users voluntarily provide through the Website, such as comments or board posts will be collected and maintained on the Website. E-mails sent to the operator of the Website will also be collected and stored.

In general, personal information submitted to us is used to either respond to a request you make or to aid us in serving you better. Your personal data will not be sold to a third party, except in the event of a sale, transfer, merger or acquisition (in whole or part) of the Srinathji’s Restaurants Website, in which case you hereby give the consent to your personal data transferred to the subsequent owner or controller of the Website. In addition, although we currently do not have a parent company, any subsidiaries, joint ventures, or other companies under a common control (collectively, “Affiliates”), we may in the future. We may share some or all of your Personal Data with these Affiliates, in which case we will require our Affiliates to honor this Privacy Policy.

This Privacy Policy does not cover information collected elsewhere, including without limitation offline and on sites linked to from the Website. Once you have used these links to leave the Website, we do not have any control over that other Website. Therefore, we cannot be responsible for the protection and privacy of any information which you provide while visiting other sites and you should exercise appropriate caution when visiting linked Websites.

We are committed to protecting the privacy of your data. We use a variety of methods to help protect your personal information. Despite these measures, you should know that the risk associated with submitting your personal data will never be eliminated, and your personal data could be accessed through an unauthorized user or through an inadvertent disclosure.

You may request deletion of your personal data by us, but we may be required by law or otherwise to keep this information. In addition, while we may delete your personal information from our active servers, your personal information may remain in our archives or data backup systems maintained by us or our service providers.

For users residing outside India, your Personal Data may be processed in the country in which it was collected, where laws regarding processing of Personal Data may be less stringent than the laws in your country.

Cookies

Most browsers contain “cookies”, which allows the Website to store certain data about your visit. When a reader leaves a comment, along with other identifying information, that information is stored so that on subsequent visits readers do not have to re-enter that information again. Sensitive information, like name, phone numbers, and addresses are not collected or stored unless users leave them on the Website itself. The owner of the Website does not advise readers to post sensitive information where it can be read by others.

Users of the Website have the ability to block or remove cookies by using the methods prescribed by their browsers (such as Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, and Chrome). Visitors who do not wish to have cookies placed on their computers should set their browsers to refuse cookies before using this Website, with the drawback that certain features of this Website may not function properly without the aid of cookies. You may also use a similar feature to delete any current cookies. Please refer to your browser’s Help area for assistance with enabling and disabling cookies.

Ads

Ads appearing on the Srinathji’s Website may be delivered to users by advertising partners, who may set cookies. These cookies allow the ad server to recognize your computer each time they send you an online advertisement to compile information about you or others who use your computer. This information allows ad networks to, deliver targeted advertisements that they believe will be of most interest to you. This Privacy Policy covers the use of cookies by this Website and does not cover the use of cookies by any advertisers.

We do not have control over cookies placed by advertisers here or at their site(s). Please visit the privacy policies of those sites for further information.

Personal Information

Our servers, may also automatically collect information about your computer when you visit the Website, including without limitation the type of browser software you use, the operating system you are running, the Website that referred you, and your Internet Protocol (“IP”) address. Your IP address is usually associated with the place from which you enter the Internet, like your Internet Service Provider, your company or your university.

Limited access to our database is also given to third parties that provide us with services, such as technical maintenance and assistance, but only for the purpose of and to the extent necessary to provide those services. These people are website designers and technicians. You expressly consent to the sharing of your personal information with our contractors or other service providers for the sole purpose of providing the services of the Website.

Comments

When you leave a comment, your IP (internet protocol) address is recorded. For more information about IP addresses visit IP Address (Wikipedia). This information can be used to block or ban users from the Website. When you leave a comment on the Website, you do so with the knowledge that it can be edited or deleted at the discretion of the owner of the Website. Malicious or comments with false information are removed as soon as possible. Please use appropriate caution when divulging personal information in the comments as that information is visible and available to the public at large.

Refund, Return and Cancellation Policy

Cancellation can be requested within 48 hours of the order placed. Refund will be done through online mode in 5-7 working days. Return can be requested within 24 hours of the order received.