Technically, just maybe, perhaps.
But this would sound very stilted and artificial.
Usage is usually " ... it behooves 'person' ... " eg "it behooves me", it behooves the gathered assembly, "a manifestly repentant attitude behooves those who find themselves in the dock". While my brain can conceive that the person may be implied, actually omitting them would bring further attention to the artificiality of the sentence.
Behooves is exceedingly seldom used nowadays, I wot.
If used it is often used for effect or for humor or to "put on side".
I have never seen it used as seen here and if I ever met it in a formal document it would immediately tell me that these were not likely to be people that I'd be comfortable doing business with. It would be most liable to be used in a sales brochure or by a PR department by someone whose English language capabilities were overstretched.
Some examples of acceptable usage:
The secret to mastering patience
- Such leaders want to make things happen. And they act for the good of the team. But along the way they have learned that too much action is really inaction. Never mistake activity for productivity. And so it behooves us to slow things down and control what we can control.
Indian in the machine - see second instance towards end of page.
- Tempers flare as each person goes through their own cleansing process, not understanding what is occurring on their Planet and in the Cosmos. It behooves those who stand as Light Beacons to maintain peace and calm no matter how intense the reactions in those around you.
Child custody and support
- The court will usually be strongly influenced by the wishes of the custodial parent on this matter, so it behooves the grandparents to try to reach an agreement with the parent beforehand, if possible.
Crisis in the church.
This is an excellent example of correct use of the word but in a manner which leads to flowery affectation. "Behooves" is used 3 times, correctly in each case, but adds to the already large amount of unnecessarily verbose and complex prose. [My adverse comment has nothing to do with the subject matter].
- It particularly behooves us to be temperate in intellectual endeavors, for the Angelic Doctor expounds upon studiousness as the moral virtue which has knowledge as its proper matter
Care of the tongue
Two instances. Also overly flowery BUT written in 1881.
- It behooves us, in places where this vice is more common, to be more careful in avoiding it. You have plenty to do with your own vices—find fault with these and correct them. Do not divulge your own secrets, or those of others which you are obliged to conceal.
Correcting incorrect information found on Family Search(IGI)
- A film number usually follows that record from which it has been extracted and it behooves the researcher to see the film as there could be other relevant information that is not extracted.