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USE GOOD JUDGMENT
Our credo is simple: we use good judgment when serving our clients and in our interactions with colleagues and business partners. It has always been our practice to conduct ourselves with the highest standards of professionalism and ethical behavior when it comes to serving our clients, interacting with each other, and protecting our company’s interests.
The continued development and success of our company depends largely on our shared commitment to corporate, social and environmental responsibility and our ability to maintain our reputation as a trustworthy business partner. Use of good judgment is important in guiding how we act, how we communicate, and how we hold each other accountable.
Integrity & Trustworthiness
Fairness & Respect
It’s impossible to spell out every possible ethical scenario we might face. Instead, we rely on one another’s good judgment to uphold a high standard of integrity for ourselves and our company. If employees are ever uncertain of a particular action or decision, they should ask themselves:
If employees are still unsure, they shouldn’t be afraid to ask questions of the Leadership Team, People Operations or our CEO.
And remember: Use good judgment!