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The company adopts and conducts its business in a fair, ethical, and transparent manner. The company expects that each of its employees imbibes this ethical behavior and works towards upholding the principles and standards laid down by the company. Any actual or potential violation of this policy, howsoever insignificant or perceived as such, will be a matter of concern.
This policy applies to all employees and directors of the company.
“Whistleblower” means any person who decides to inform the company against any noted violations of the code of conduct of the company, including abuse of authority, mismanagement of financial reports, violation of law, etc.
The objective of this policy is to encourage timely, safe, and open reporting of any alleged wrongdoings or suspected impropriety or violations of law. The company encourages its employees and directors to report any matter that they think may be a potential or a perceived threat. Failure to promptly raise a known or a suspected violation will be considered unethical behavior and will go against the company’s code of conduct.
If a director or an employee notices any unethical act or wrongdoings prejudicial to the interest of the business of the company, he/she should immediately raise a complaint.
A complaint should be made in writing to the HR department with complete details of the noted violation. The company does not encourage the employee to investigate the violation and only seeks information and details. Any violation will be promptly investigated by the company. A complaint can be made anonymously without revealing the identity of the complainant.
The company will ensure to protect whistleblowers against retaliation and will keep the whistleblower’s identity confidential unless the person agrees to be identified or the identification is necessary to allow the company or law enforcement officials to investigate or if the identification is required by law.
Employees are strictly advised against making any false complaints. If the complaint is investigated and discovered to be false and is found to be made with an ulterior motive, the company will initiate disciplinary action against such employees.