The Polynesian Cultural Center (the “PCC”) was founded and is controlled by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Days Saints (“the Church”). The Church operates the PCC for the purpose of preserving the cultural heritage of the Pacific, educating the public regarding Polynesian Culture and the Church and providing employment for students to finance their education at Brigham Young University-Hawaii (BYUH). BYUH is an institution of higher education that requires its students, vendors, subcontractors, renters, and employees to observe high standards of personal conduct. BYUH is also owned and controlled by the Church in order to provide education in an atmosphere of religious faith. Accordingly the public correctly identifies the PCC with the Church and BYUH. It is therefore vital that the conduct of PCC employees, subcontractors, vendors and renters be in accordance with the Church’s ideals and principles and that all PCC employees, subcontractors, vendors and renters serve as role models for the students who are enrolled at BYUH and/or work at PCC.

By entering the PCC as a subcontractor, vendor or renter, a person agrees to live in accordance with the following principles (“Standards of Personal Conduct”) while on premises.

1. Abide by the standards of Christian living taught by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints. This includes being gracious, courteous and considerate of other, observing high principles of honor, integrity, and morality, and seeking to demonstrate in daily living those moral virtues encompassed by the restored gospel of Jesus Christ as taught by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
2. Be honest in all behavior. This includes not stealing, cheating, knowingly giving false information, or being deceitful in any way.
3. Respect personal rights. This includes not physically or verbally abusing any person and not engaging in conduct that threatens the health or safety of others. PCC employees, vendors, subcontractors and renters should treat all individuals on the job with respect, and should not harass or engage in illegal discrimination against any person.
4. Respect the property rights of others. Personal property found on the Center’s premises will be returned to the owners if known or the lost and found located at the front entrance Customer Service kiosk.
5. Avoid drug abuse. This includes completely refraining from the possession, use, or distribution of any illegal narcotic or drug as defined by applicable law. This does not preclude a person from taking medicine as prescribed by a licensed practitioner of medicine.
6. Abstain from the use of tobacco, alcoholic beverages, tea, kava, and coffee.
7. Be chaste. The Church recognizes marriage only between a single man and a single woman. Chastity means the abstinence from all sexual relations with anyone but one’s spouse, within the legally recognized marriage relationship.
8. Observe high standards of decency. This includes refraining from disorderly, lewd, indecent or other obscene conduct.
9. Observe the PCC standards of dress and grooming.

Almost all PCC renters, vendors and subcontractors have some contact with PCC guests and therefore represent the Center through their appearance as well as their actions. A properly attired renter, vendor or subcontractor helps create a favorable image for the Center. The PCC has an interest in having all renters, vendors or subcontractors properly attired, and therefore has established a personal appearance policy for PCC renters, vendors, or subcontractors..
1. Renters, vendors and subcontractors shall dress appropriately for the work they are performing at the Center. No renters vendor or subcontractor shall wear dungarees, “grubby” jeans, or tightly fitted slacks. Office renters, vendors and subcontractors shall
present a business-like appearance.
2. No renter, vendor or subcontractor shall wear a shirt printed with words/slogans/pictures that are contrary to standards of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
3. All renters, vendors or subcontractors engaged in performing cultural arts, dealing with the public or in sight of the public shall wear authentic costumes or uniforms as provided by their various departments.
4. Women shall not wear blouses, shirts, or dresses of sheer material or that are tightly fitted.
5. Women’s blouses or dresses shall have sleeves. If the garment is made with shoulder straps of any width, then a blouse, shirt or sweater shall be worn under the outer garment.
6. Women’s necklines shall be of modest cut.
7. Women’s hemlines of dresses, skirts, shorts and culottes shall be no shorter than the top of the knee while standing.
8. Men shall not wear tank top shirts (shirts without sleeves).
9. Male renters, vendors, or subcontractors,, who as a part of their work costume do not wear shirts, shall wear a shirt while coming to work and leaving from work.
10. The attire of both men and women should always be neat and clean. Dress or manner that calls attention to itself and/or symbolizes nonconformityto the value of modesty, decency, and propriety shall be avoided. Radical departures from conventional dress or personal grooming shall not be permitted.
11. Renters, vendors or subcontractors who report to work improperly dressed or groomed, shall be asked to leave and may not return until properly attired and groomed.
12. Hair Styles and Beards

a. Extreme hairstyles or coloring are unacceptable.
b. Men’s hair shall be clean, neat, and trimmed, and must be styled so that it does not cover the ears and must be cut so as to be above the collar in the back. Long or bushy sideburns are not acceptable and should not extend below the bottom of the ear. Ponytails are not acceptable.
c. Men’s facial hair including beards and goatees are not acceptable. Mustaches are not encouraged, but if worn should not extend beyond the corners of the mouth, and not below the upper lip.
d. Women’s hair should be clean, combed and neatly arranged at all times.