In Anti-trust and anti-corruption compliance, People
People Anti-trust and anti-corruption compliance

Training employees in values and expectations

At Martin Mathys, a subsidiary of RPM International Inc, all employees are trained in the ‘Values and Expectations of 168’. The number 168 refers to the number of hours in a week, but also much more than that: it exemplifies the company’s commitment to ethical business conduct. It is about using that time to do the right things, in the right way and for the right reasons. The training course is supported by a reference brochure summarizing the company’s values, giving examples and guidelines on how to act. It reflects the commitment to do business in an ethical way, in line with anti-trust & anti-competition legislation and health & safety regulations. Employees also have access to a hot line to call for further advice if they need it.

 

 

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