Gi Group

Code of Ethics

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Gi Group code of Ethics

Code of Ethics

The Code of Ethics conforms to the request made by the United Nations “to embrace, support and enact the set of core values in the areas of human rights, labour standards, the environment and the fight against corruption” encoded in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, in the International Labour Organization Declaration on the fundamental principles and rights at work and in Global Compact’s Ten Principles on Human Rights, Labour, the Environment and Anti-corruption.
As a Global Corporate Member of the International Confederation of Private Employment Agencies, Gi Group SpA has adopted the CIETT Code of Conduct and identifies with the OECD Guidelines for Multinational enterprises that “provide principles and standards of good practice consistent with applicable laws and standards recognized on an international level”.

Within this framework, this Code of Ethics sets out the values and principles that the Group (hereinafter “Gi Group”) has decided to adopt in conducting its business and in its dealings with all its Stakeholders. This Code now forms an integral part of Gi Group’s Corporate Governance policy.

This document is issued and endorsed by the Parent Company and is to be adopted by all the Companies in the Network, to share formally and incorporate in to their own policies and training schemes.
Its guidelines and the principles expressed in it are to be incorporated alongside any local policies or codes adopted by individual Group companies or imposed on them by local regulations.

The Code of Ethics is a compulsory point of reference around which collaborators and employees – from the Group’s directors and managers down – must orient their daily work, their actions and interpersonal relations within the company and towards society and the market. Under no circumstances shall the belief that they are pursuing the interests and objectives of the Company to which they belong justify violation of the Code of Ethics, which will have priority over any other inhouse regulations, procedures and contractual relationships that conflict with it.

Gi Group is confident that its Stakeholders identify with the values on which the Code of Ethics is based, share and apply them as the basis for business behaviour guided by the principles of integrity, loyalty, honesty, transparency and respect for the rules and the law.


Code of Ethics