Code of Business Conduct
‘’Our directors, officers, employees, and other temporary staff (“Employees”) worldwide are expected to understand and comply with this code. All Employees are encouraged to raise any good faith concerns or suspected violations of our code of business conduct with management and human resources department.’’
Our Interplex Ethics Hotline which is operated 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, by an independent third-party provider is also available to field concerns which Employees may feel uncomfortable bringing directly to superiors.
We do not tolerate retaliation against anyone who in good faith raises a concern or violation of the law, the Code or any other company policies or assists with an investigation. The information we receive will be treated as confidential and privileged to the extent permitted by law. We require our managers to raise any concerns brought to their attention and those who ignore violations, or who fail to detect or correct them, could face disciplinary action.
Read more about the specific aspects of our company code below.
Supplier Code of Conduct
We take measures to ensure our expectations are met, including requiring suppliers to complete self-assessment questionnaires and/or to provide proof of statements demonstrating that our code is being adhered to. In addition, we may also conduct audits or inspections of our suppliers’ facilities to verify compliance. If any aspect of our supplier code of conduct is breached by a supplier, such supplier must comply with an agreed corrective action plan in order to continue their business with us.
Read more about the full supplier code of conduct in detail.
Employees are welcome to discuss any violations with their supervisor. Alternatively, they can file a report at the NAVEX Global microsite or on the Interplex Ethics Hotline, also operated by NAVEX.
Read more about our detailed guidelines and channels to reach out to when you need to speak up.