All reporting of misconduct or suspected misconduct is confidential and will be carefully studied.
This means your report will only be shared with a limited number of people, all of whom will be under an obligation to keep the report confidential. It is not possible to report through an anonymous helpline; however if you do not feel comfortable to discuss the issue in person as a first step, you can send an email to your supervisor and/or Human Resources department for your business unit.
If you are unable or feel uncomfortable raising the matter to a supervisor and/or within your department, you can also raise your concern to the Designated Officer.
The Group guarantees that the identity of any person reported and all reports will be treated confidentially.
The Group is committed to protect the privacy of our Employees.
We will do everything reasonable to safeguard personal data from unauthorized access and processing. You could send an email to the Human Resources department for your business unit in order to gain access to your personal data and, as the case may be, to rectify, complete, update, block or delete this data.
Employees who, in good faith, seek advice, raise concerns relating to (real or suspected) misconduct in accordance with the Policy are doing the right thing. The Group will not allow retaliation against that Employee. Any retaliation will, itself, be misconduct and should be reported in accordance with the Policy.