The core of our Company’s business ethic is “doing the right thing.” As a company we are committed to observe the highest standards of ethics and integrity. Those standards are reflected in our Business Code of Conduct (our “BCoC”) which explains what is expected of us at Tialoc. Ultimately, our BCoC helps us maintain the trust we have built with our stakeholders, and therefore ensures our business success.
Although Tialoc competes vigorously to achieve business success, it is important to remember that our Company is just as concerned with how our results are achieved. We expect all our employees to observe and maintain high standards of ethical conduct in their relationships with clients, suppliers, subcontractors, communities, fellow employees, and others, wherever they work. Any action taken by Tialoc or its employees, representatives, or agents must be fully justifiable and not raise questions as to the company’s BCoC.
All our employees are required to participate in ethics awareness workshops annually and to complete compliance training as assigned. Such workshops are also extended to our key sub-contractors and suppliers annually.
We also have a non-retaliatory policy to allow our employees, subcontractors, suppliers or any other business partners to inform the employee’s manager, Tialoc’s Ethics and Compliance manager if the employee, sub-contractors or supplier is aware of any incidents or situations concerning potential unethical conduct or conflicts of interest.
Our BCoC sets the standard on how we work with our employees, subcontractors, suppliers, and business partners. These ethical standards have been the cornerstones of Tialoc’s business since the company began in 2000.
Chief Executive Officer