Tuacahn Business and Operational Values
WE ARE ETHICAL
In all business activities at Tuacahn we will maintain the highest moral and ethical standards.
WE PRODUCE QUALITY
We produce quality by meeting the requirements and expectations of our customers (internal or external) the first time and every time.
WE SERVE CUSTOMERS
Our motto is: “We are Ladies and Gentlemen serving Ladies and Gentlemen.”
We are knowledgeable of Tuacahn information to answer customer questions.
Any employee who receives a customer complaint “owns” the complaint.
We are ambassadors of Tuacahn when at work or offsite.
We always recommend Tuacahn entertainment, food services, and gift shop prior to outside facilities.
WE WISELY MANAGE TUACAHN ASSETS AND RESOURCES
Protecting the assets of Tuacahn is the responsibility of every employee.
We practice energy saving conservation and water conservation.
WE KEEP FACILITIES AND GROUNDS CLEAN AND IN GOOD REPAIR
Uncompromising levels of cleanliness are the responsibility of every employee.
WE VALUE AND APPRECIATE OUR EMPLOYEES
Employee Rights - Employees will: Be treated openly, fairly and with compassion. Have a safe secure and clean work environment. Be respected and valued as an individual. Expect rewards and discipline based on behavior. Be directly informed of complaints or criticism and given an opportunity to resolve them. Be trained to understand responsibilities and duties.
Employee Responsibilities – We will: Meet our commitments. Adhere to the business and operational values of Tuacahn. Communicate openly and honestly. Use sound planning and decision-making processes. Not engage in activities that may compromise Tuacahn. Not take property that does not belong to us. Perform our jobs lawfully and in accordance with Company procedures. Continue to improve.
WE PRACTICE TEAMWORK
WE WELCOME INNOVATION AND ADAPT TO CHANGE
WE VALUE AND APPRECIATE OUR CONTRIBUTORS AND VOLUNTEERS
Tuacahn Center for the Arts is a Utah non-profit corporation organized for charitable, educational, religious, and scientific purposes as referred to within Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 as amended.
The specific purpose of Tuacahn is to entertain and enlighten the general public by means of the arts and education through formal schooling, workshops, music and arts festivals, outdoor and indoor dramas, musicals, pageants, and any other artistic or educational medium that exists or may exist in the future. For more information about the charitable, educational and artistic purposes of Tuacahn, refer to TCA’s Articles of Incorporation and By Laws.