From [i]nfoNet – Your BBNC Employee Resource.
Volume 1, 2020
WHAT SHOULD [i] DO?
Q: The other day an employee stopped me in the hallway to raise a very serious ethical concern. I didn’t want to put her off, so I let her talk right there in the hallway. Was this the right thing to do?
A: No. Serious ethical concerns should be handled as quickly as possible, but in a confidential setting. You should have asked the employee to join you in a confidential setting so you could gather the facts confidentially, and then called the Human Resources Department, Compliance Department, or other company resource for further assistance, if necessary.
If you have questions related to compliance matters, please contact the BBNC Compliance Department. We’re here to help!
Is The Door Really Open?
All of our employees have an obligation to report suspicion of any wrongdoing at our company. Our company strives to create an atmosphere where employees feel comfortable raising, discussing, and reporting ethical questions and concerns.
Reluctant to Call the ETHICS HOTLINE?
Our company’s ethics and compliance program requires me to report any wrongdoing that I might observe. So far I haven’t been put to the test, but just thinking about the possibility of ‘reporting’ something on the Ethics Hotline makes me feel uncomfortable. Have you had similar thoughts?
News & Events
Where can I access BBNC’s policies?
Policies can be found on the P Drive.
P:/Compliance Shared/BBNC Policies, Procedures, &Guidelines
Spotlight on Compliance Week
November 18-22, 2019
BBNC’s Spotlight on Compliance ran from Nov. 18 – 22. It will be an annual opportunity for all employees to think about how each of us can be a Next Level Leader. BBNC is a world-class company, and our goal is to ensure that each and every employee has the tools, education and resources needed to play an active role in our culture of integrity. See the 2019 Spotlight on Compliance e-newsletter here.