Analysts International Corporation (AIC) has a long tradition of corporate excellence, integrity and innovation. These core values are reflected in our corporate governance policies, and we strive to meet standards for governance at all levels of our organization. We recognize the vital importance of trust in relations with our investors, clients, partners and employees. Therefore, we are constantly reviewing our governance policies to ensure they reflect our sincere commitment to earn and maintain this trust. As a matter of best practices, on November 4, 2009, the Board of Directors adopted a set of corporate governance guidelines. AIC Coporate Governance Guidelines.pdf
Analysts International Corporation's Board of Directors
Our Directors bring a wealth of experience to AIC, obtained through many years serving in executive-level corporate positions. Our Board of Directors is comprised of six members, all of whom are defined as independent by the rules and regulations of Nasdaq and the Securities and Exchange Commission. Meet our Board members
The independent Directors are also members of three committees that assist the Board in the areas of Audit, Executive Compensation and Nomination/Governance.
Audit Committee – oversees AIC’s accounting and financial practices for quality, integrity and regulatory compliance. The Audit Committee Charter, previously adopted and amended by the Company’s Board of Directors on November 4, 2010, as further amended on November 1, 2011, describes the role of the Audit Committee in overseeing the Company’s financial reporting process. AIC Audit Committee Charter.pdf
Compensation Committee - oversees AIC’s compensation plans to recruit and retain top candidates for executive and key management positions. The Compensation Committee charter was revised and adopted by resolution of the Board of Directors on February 24, 2010. At a regular meeting held in fiscal 2011 the Committee reviewed the Charter and resolved to retain the Charter in its current form. AIC Compensation Committee Charter.pdf
Disclosure Committee - assists Senior Officers in their responsibility for oversight of disclosures made to the Company's security holders and the investment community. The Disclosure Committee charter was revised and adopted by resolution of the Board of Directors on November 4, 2009. AIC Disclosure Committee Charter.pdf
Nominating and Governance Committee - makes recommendations regarding the members of AIC’s Board of Directors and director nominees to maintain the Board’s high level of skills and experience. In addition, the Committee oversees AIC’s governance standards and codes of conduct for pertinence, compliance and concepts of good corporate governance. The Nominating and Governance Committee charter was revised and adopted by resolution of the Board of Directors on October 28, 2008. At a regular meeting held in fiscal 2011 the Committee reviewed the Charter and resolved to retain the Charter in its current form. AIC Nominating and Governance Committee Charter.pdf
Code of Ethical Business Conduct
The Code of Ethical Business Conduct applies to all employees of Analysts International Corporation and provides guidelines for handling a variety of issues in a manner that is legal, ethical and in keeping with AIC's core values. AIC Code of Ethics.pdf. To report an ethics concern or violation, call the EthicsPoint Hotline at 1.855.252.3978. For more information, or to report a concern online, go to www.analysts.ethicspoint.com.
Code of Ethics for Senior Financial Executives
The Code of Ethics for Senior Financial Executives applies to the Chief Executive Officer and Senior Financial Executives and provides the code of professional ethics by which these executives and managers are monitored and evaluated, reflecting the elevated role they play in the financial integrity of AIC. The Code of Ethics for Senior Financial Executives was revised and adopted by resolution of the Board of Directors on February 19, 2013. The revisions are designed to reflect current positions and to correct minor typographical errors.
Code of Ethics for Senior Financial Executives.pdf
Insider Trading Policy - The Board of Directors has adopted a specific policy on insider trading that is available by clicking on the link below. That policy, which is applicable to all employees, directors, officers and agents of AIC, imposes special restrictions on trading in AIC's stock by those individuals. Insider Trading Policy.pdf