Code of ConductCode of Conduct

Code of conduct

Our Code of Conduct enumerates those standards and values that make our organization remarkable and that enables it to stand out from similar other organizations. Our code also outlines the expectations that employees must meet, each with rules and procedures explaining how to achieve it.
Our Code is an important expression of our values and helps us make decisions that win our customers’ loyalty, trust, and respect. Code discusses the company’s purpose, values, and guiding behaviors and defines the expectations of employees and leadership alike.
Within each section of the code, GLTC believed“ as well as links to the company’s other policies that can give further detail.
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Additionally, a code is a central guide and reference for employees to support day-to-day decision making. And our code encourages discussions of ethics and compliance, empowering employees to handle ethical dilemmas they encounter in everyday work. It can also serve as a valuable reference, helping employees locate relevant documents, services and other resources related to ethics within the organization.

Having a code of conduct can give employees a structure to follow from the moment they join the company, reducing the chances of problems coming up, but also making the process of dealing with issues a lot easier should the worst occur. There should be no ambiguity when it comes to a code of conduct, because as soon as lines are blurred, rules can be broken.

Externally, a code serves several important purposes:


Legislation requires individuals serving on boards and organizational leaders of public companies to implement codes or clearly explain why they have not.


A code serves as a public statement of what the company stands for and its commitment to high standards and right conduct.

Risk Mitigation

Organizations with codes of ethics, and who follow other defined steps can reduce the financial risks associated with government fines for ethical misconduct by demonstrating they have made a "good faith effort" to prevent illegal acts.

Having a code of conduct can give employees rules to follow from the moment they join the company, reducing the chances of problems occurring, and making the process of dealing with issues a lot easier when they crop up too
As well as this, a code of conduct can let employees know what they need to do if they ever have to report a violation of company policies, again making everything a bit more straightforward for employees.
Employees have a greater understanding of the business rules by having a code of conduct to follow, and the rules you set can then impress customers too, giving them an insight into how you run your business. This all means that the working situation for staff is improved and your business values are promoted too, attracting customers in the process.

How can a Code of Conduct Produce a Compliant Culture?