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CommScope's Code of Ethics gets an overhaul
Integrity is a hallmark of the CommScope story. Along with agility and innovation, it’s one of our three core values. It informs how we treat our customers and our employees every day. But who says a company’s code of ethics has to be dry and difficult to understand? After all, it’s an important document that should invite employee interest, not shun it.
That was the thinking behind CommScope’s newly-revised Code of Ethics and Business Conduct, which became effective at the close of 2014.
“While we made no significant policy changes,” said William Pleasant, vice president, assistant general counsel, “it had been more than 15 years since our existing code was developed. It was time to freshen it up and make it more accessible. I think employees and visitors to our website will find this revised version much easier to read and more visually appealing.”
The new 40-page code covers our mission, values and perspective on ethical business practice. In light of our continuing commitment to transparency and compliance, it also explains how to approach bribery, corruption, lobbying, contracting, proprietary information, conflicts of interest, data protection, social media and employee diversity.
View the new Code of Ethics and Business Conduct right now.