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Ethical Business Practices


It is our policy to prohibit employees from entering into sensitive transactions -- business dealings generally considered to be either illegal, immoral, unethical or to reflect adversely on the integrity of the Company. These transactions usually come in the form of bribes, kickbacks, gifts of significant value or payoffs made to favorably influence some decision affecting a company's business or for personal gain of an individual.


We prohibit employees from receiving, directly or indirectly, anything of value in return for using or agreeing to use his or her position for the benefit of that other person. Similarly, commercial bribes, kickbacks, gratuities and other payoffs and benefits paid to any customer are prohibited. However, this does not include expenditures of reasonable amount for meals and entertainment of customers if they are otherwise lawful, and should be included on expense reports and approved under standard Company procedures.


We accurately keep books and records of all transactions and the dispositions of our assets as required by law, as well as maintain a system of internal accounting controls to ensure the reliability and adequacy of our books and records. We ensure only transactions with proper management approval are accounted for in our books and records.


We strictly prohibit disclosure of material inside information to persons within the company whose positions deny access to such information. Inside information is any data that has not been publicly disclosed.

We take extra care to keep our customers' trust and confidence in us. Thus, we prohibit employees from disclosing confidential or proprietary information outside the Company that could be harmful to our clients, or to the Company itself. Such information may only be shared with other employees on a need-to-know basis.

We designed our policy to eliminate conflicts between the interests of employees and the Company. Since it is difficult to define what constitutes a conflict of interest, employees should be sensitive to situations which could raise questions of potential or apparent conflicts between personal interests and the Company's interests. Personal use of Company property or obtaining Company services for personal benefit may constitute a conflict of interest.

We strictly prohibit any fraudulent activity that might injure our customers and suppliers, as well as the Company. We follow certain procedures concerning the recognition, reporting and investigation of any such activity.
We adopt a third-party monitoring program to confirm the Company's compliance with this Code of Conduct. Monitoring activities may include announced and unannounced on-site factory inspection, review of books and records relating to employment matters, and private interviews with employees.


We designate one or more of our officers to inspect and certify that the company's Code of Conduct is being observed. Records of this certification shall be accessible to our employees, agents, or third parties upon request.
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