From [i]nfoNet – Your BBNC Employee Resource.
Volume 3, 2019
WHAT SHOULD [i]DO?
Q: One of our key suppliers offered my wife and I tickets to a professional sporting event to thank me for our long business relationship. He has plans for that evening so he will not be attending the game. May I accept these?
A: The answer is no. First, since the supplier will not be in attendance, there is no business purpose for the event. Second, your spouse is being included in the gift, which is not allowed.
If you have questions related to corporate gifting, the BBNC Code of Ethics or other compliance matters, please contact the BBNC Compliance Department. We’re here to help!
The BBNC Code of ethics
When we think about how we achieve our mission, it all depends on building trust with people and organizations around the globe. Our goals are only possible when people trust BBNC and our subsidiaries. How do we earn and build that trust? It starts by applying our culture and values to build lasting relationships inside and outside of BBNC.
Good Ethics is Good Business
Our reputation for being an ethical company creates long-term value. Customers come back to us. The best and brightest employees come to work for us. Communities welcome us. Investors place their faith in us. All because we have a reputation for honesty, integrity, and fairness.
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Where can I access BBNC’s policies?
Access BBNC’s Corporate policies here with password bbnc2019. If you have questions about the policies, please contact Renee Wardlaw at email@example.com.
BBNC is proud to share three enterprise wide trainings for FY 20: Code of Conduct Awareness, Respectful Workplace (Harassment and Discrimination Avoidance), and Cybersecurity Lite. Trainings will be available from June 10th to July 12th via Bridge. All employees are required to complete these trainings by July 12th. For more information on FY 20 trainings or Bridge, please contact the Compliance Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.