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- Ethics and Principles
- Ethics Decision Tree
- Raising Issues of Concern
- Equal Opportunity
- Health, Safety & Wellbeing
- Responsible Sourcing
- Honesty and Integrity
- Bribery and Corruption
- Conflicts of Interest
- Data Protection and Information Security
- External Activities and Communications
- Financial Controls, Records and Reporting
- Gifts and Hospitality
- Media and Stakeholder Communications
- Open and Fair Competition
- Proper Use of Company Property and Resources
- Using Company Computer Systems
- Environmental Impact
Equal Opportunity Do’s and Don’ts
- Treat everybody fairly and with dignity.
- Make sure your decisions about recruitment and promotion of employees and selection of suppliers and partners are based purely on merit.
- Show respect for people’s differences.
- Comply with all the applicable labour and employment laws – if unsure, ask.
- Report any concerns relating to harassment, bullying or discrimination right away.
- Treat people differently, putting them at a disadvantage, because of subjective criteria or protected characteristics unrelated to their capability and performance at work, e.g. sex, race, national origin, religion.
- Discriminate against or exclude people for reasons such as practicality, e.g. single parents.
- Exert pressure or undue influence on a co-worker or a third party that you are working with in order to reach your goals.