Policy Principle and Guidelines
Prevention of Corruption and Bribery
Zero Tolerance approach towards Corruption and Bribery and commitment to acting professionally, fairly and with integrity in all business dealings.
Prevention of Corruption and Bribery:
. Never give or offer or promise payment or gift or hospitality (directly or through third party) to secure improper business or regulatory advantage.
. Never accept gift or payment or hospitality (directly or through third party), which can be perceived as bribe or unethical.
. Castingtree carries out audit of all payments made third parties. All Employees should at all time maintain and submit receipts, paper trail, email trail, purchase order, memoranda and other related documents pertaining to all payments made by/through them.
. Employees are encouraged to immediately report any issue or suspicion of malpractice to Sr. Manager or HR.
. Castingtree assures that no Employee will suffers any detrimental treatment as a result of refusing to take part in corruption, or because of reporting concerns under this policy in good faith.
. On receiving any such concern, Sr Manager or HR to immediately investigate and take action to first stop transection in question and take other actions as deemed necessary.
Reporting and Disciplinary Action:
If any Employee suspects or becomes aware of any potential bribery involving the Company, it is the duty of that Employee to report their suspicion or awareness to Sr. Management or HR.
Castingtree assures that no Employee will suffers any detrimental treatment as a result of refusing to take part in corruption, or because of reporting concerns under this policy in good faith.
If any Employee is found to be involved directly or indirectly in any corrupt activity will be subject to disciplinary action including immediate termination of employment. Castingtree will also determine and take legal action wherever deemed necessary.
For any questions related to this policy, contact assigned Admin Manager or email firstname.lastname@example.org