We continue to be an ethical and responsible business. This is applied to our people, the work environment, our community, customers, partners, and suppliers. We expect only the highest standards of conduct and will continue to strive to be a great place to work and a great company to engage with.
Natilik respects the national laws of the jurisdictions in which it is present, and it committed to act ethically in all aspects of its business
Natilik holds itself to high standards, and as such, expects the same high standards of all our people, clients, partners, and suppliers.
Code of Conduct
Our people must adhere to their employment contract obligations and our people handbook which details our expected code of conduct.
Our clients, partners and suppliers must
- Comply with the applicable laws and regulations of the countries it is present in
- Not engage, nor be a party to, conduct of business practices that are anti-competitive
- Not offer, give, demand, induce or accept bribes in order to detain or retain business or other advantages and ensure all employees are adequately trained in this area
- Select and promote its employees and contractors on the basis of their qualifications, ability and merit and not discriminate based on religion, disability, age, race, colour, sexual orientation, gender, or other status such as marital and family status, social origin, language etc.
- Comply with all anti-discrimination, anti-harassment and anti-bullying requirements in all jurisdictions which it has a presence, to ensure all employees and contractors are treated respectfully and fairly;
- Maintain a safe and civilised work environment
- Ensure that as far as is reasonably possible it minimises any detrimental effects on the environment
- Uphold the human rights of all employees and adhere with our laws, regulations, and government guidelines of human rights
- Take steps to ensure there is no slavery, human trafficking or child labour taking place in its supply chains or elsewhere in its business; and
- Keep up to date with its understanding of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and will be in full compliance with its requirements at all times.
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