Manual on Corporate Governance
Corporate Governance Principles
Rights of Stakeholders Equitable TreatmentPolicies
of Shareholders The Company's Roles
to Stakeholders Disclosure of Information
and Transparency Responsibilities of the Board
of Directors Enforcement DisciplineDividend Policy Business Conduct Policy Trading Restrictions Policy Whistleblowing Policy Conflict of Interest Policy Related Party Transactions Policy Environment, Health and Safety PolicyAnnual Corporate Governance Report (ACGR) Board Committees
- Articles of Incorporation
- Compliance Survey
PUBLIC INTEREST DISCLOSURE
All employees have a right and moral responsibility to report improper actions and omissions. A workplace culture must be developed in which employees who act in good faith and in compliance with the law are protected from influence or retaliation for reporting improper actions and cooperating with subsequent investigations or proceedings. However, the right of a whistleblower for protection against retaliation does not include immunity from any personal wrongdoing.
Public Interest Disclosure (commonly called “whistleblowing”) is required when employees, in good faith, believe superiors or colleagues are engaged in an improper course of illegal or unethical conduct, and they must be able to disclose such conduct free from fear of intimidation or reprisal.