Our ethical code of conduct conveys the company's core principles of proper business behavior towards all those who are influenced by our activity and shape our success – the company's stakeholders. The ethical code was written in order to publically define the values that guide our business operation in relation to our stakeholders, and publically articulate the appropriate business conduct that is expected from all company employees and management, in all areas of operation. This code was written to assist employees with learning the company's business conduct and to provide them with a professional tool for dealing with day to day business dilemmas.
The ethical code presents three main values:
These three values merge together to define our professional code of conduct. As we strive for excellence and work professionally to achieve it, we meticulously maintain a fair relationship with all those whom we work with. We take both personal and organizational responsibility on the outcome of our activity, andcooperate with our stakeholders to create mutual value. We at AL GHADEER WATER emphasize the principles of our conduct towards our stakeholders and believe that each of these values should be implemented on a personal level, on an inter-organizational level, i.e. the relationship between the various business units and employees, as well as on an outer‐organizational level that represents our relationships with our clients, suppliers, business associates, the community, the environment and our business competitors.
AL GHADEER WATER operates in a multi‐cultural environment and as such it respects all different cultures in one country. AL GHADEER'S WATER corporate culture calls for strict obedience to country laws, wherever we operate, as well as for full compliance with regulatory demands relevant to our business. The ethical code aims to level the differences in this multi‐cultural environment in order to enable a proper and uniform conduct in the various counties where we operate. Therefore, in cases where country laws and corporate practices are less demanding that the ones in this code, one must abide to the laws herein. However, if a relevant law contradicts the policy of this code, one must first observe the law.