Ethical and Responsible Corporate Behaviour
Computacenter recognises that acting in an ethical and socially responsible way benefits the community, our customers, shareholders and employees alike. For further information, please see our policies below:
- United Nations Global Compact Communication on Progress 2020
- Computacenter Health and Safety Policy Statement January 2021
- Computacenter Environmental Policy Statement January 2021
- Group Business Ethics Policy 2020
- Supply chain code of conduct 2017
- Computacenter Tax Strategy 2020
- How to get paid: Suppliers
- Payment Practices Report
Anti-Bribery and Corruption
It’s really important to us as an organisation that we continue to be committed to complying with the UK Bribery Act (2011). As such, we’ve drawn up a Code of Conduct and Anti Bribery Policy as guidance for our staff to adhere to. These documents also refer to our suppliers and that we must inform them of our commitment to undertaking our business activities in an ethical manner and would expect the same commitment to these protocols from our suppliers.
- Anti-Bribery and Corruption Policy
- Anti-Bribery and Corruption Code of Conduct
- Dealing with Public Officials Policy
Anti-Bribery and Corruption - Zero Tolerance Statement
The high levels of integrity with which we intend to carry out our business do not vary depending on where we work or who we’re dealing with. The Company has a zero-tolerance policy towards bribery and corruption whether committed by employees or anyone else acting on our behalf. Our Anti-Bribery and Corruption policy reflects our determination to comply with legislation relevant to preventing bribery and corruption where we do business.
For further information, please see the documents below:
- Anti-Bribery and Corruption - Whistleblowing Process
- Anti-Bribery and Corruption Procedure Guidance Note - Contractual Documentation
- Anti-Bribery and Corruption Procedure Guidance Note - Due Diligence on Third Parties
- Anti-Bribery and Corruption Procedure Guidance Note - External Communication and Training
- Anti-Bribery and Corruption Procedure Guidance Note - Internal Communication and Training
- Anti-Bribery and Corruption Procedure Guidance Note - Mergers and Acquisitions
- Anti-Bribery and Corruption Procedure Guidance Note - Risk Assessment
- Anti-Bribery and Corruption Procedure Guidance Note - Sales
- Anti-Bribery and Corruption Working Group - Terms of Reference
- Transparency International Corruption Perceptions Index 2019
- Anti-Bribery and Corruption - Gifts and Hospitality Tracker
One of the most important factors in Computacenter being able to develop and grow as a business, is making sure that all our staff are valued and supported to reach their full potential.
As an employer it is our responsibility to make sure we are making the most of the diverse experiences, skill sets and ways of thinking that our employees provide. We know how important it is to reflect our customer base, so we can better understand them, and our customers know this too.
We will continue to focus on building a diverse and inclusive workplace and maintaining our focus on gender balance remains a key aspect of this.
This is our fourth gender pay gap report under the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap information) Regulations 2017 and although the results show that we still have a gender pay gap we don’t have an equal pay problem at Computacenter due to the systems and processes we use to review this.
We’ve taken some significant steps towards improving our gender balance within the organisation and continue to work towards becoming a more inclusive organisation overall.
Closing the gender pay gap remains a long term, generational issue faced across society as a whole – not just Computacenter. We will continue to use the insights our results give us to drive forward our progress and help us shape our future actions to reduce our gap.
- Gender Pay Gap Report 2020
- Gender Pay Gap Report 2019
- Gender Pay Gap Report 2018
- Gender Pay Gap Report 2017
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