Qudini seeks to work with suppliers that align with its company values on ethical business practices, environmental sustainability, social inclusion and economic development.
As a result, we expect all suppliers to follow the following supplier principles. During our sourcing processes we may ask to see policies to demonstrate your efforts towards these principles.
Qudini is committed to conducting business in an ethical and honest manner, and is committed to implementing and enforcing systems that ensure bribery is prevented. Qudini has zero-tolerance for bribery and corrupt activities. We are committed to acting professionally, fairly, and with integrity in all business dealings and relationships, wherever we operate.
Qudini is aware of the importance of ethical business practices, including social and environmental initiatives and is committed to choosing partners with similar values. We aim to drive collaborative change throughout our own company and throughout our supplier network to reinforce these initiatives in a positive manner.
In addition, Qudini aims to maintain the highest possible standards of ethical conduct, and we expect our suppliers to do the same. This is achieved by maintaining integrity across our business practices and interactions, encouraging transparency when possible and creating a supplier community based on shared values.
We expect all suppliers to read and agree to our anti-bribery and corruption statement.
Qudini is committed to protecting human rights in our supply agreements or across wider global supply chains and, therefore, Qudini adopts a zero tolerance approach towards slavery and human trafficking and expects all those in our supply chain (and contractors) to do the same. Our support of human rights is reflected in our policies and actions towards our employees, suppliers and customers.
We expect all suppliers to read and agree to our Human Rights in the Workplace policy.
At Qudini, we work hard to ensure the health and safety of our employees.
We seek to work with suppliers that also prioritize their employees’ health and safety. This includes how they operate as a business and the insurance policies they have in place.
In the sourcing process, we may request to see health and safety policies and insurance documents as proof of this commitment.
Key expectations of our suppliers include:
As a business, we have robust insurance policies in place to protect our business, employees and customers.
We seek to work with suppliers that also have robust insurance policies in place that are relevant to their businesses and regions of operation.
Typical insurance policies expected from our suppliers include:
As a business that controls and processes data, we ensure that in any client, supplier or customer relationship, our applicable relationship is clearly defined.
We expect all suppliers to:
At Qudini, security, availability and data privacy are our top priority.
Our business seeks to work with suppliers who can ensure our enhanced security, availability and data privacy standards through:
Any supplier or possible supplier is expected to treat all communications with us as confidential and should not share any information that is not in the public domain or required to be disclosed by law.
We expect that any supplier we work with has similar supplier principles or codes of conduct, and that their suppliers also follow similar principles or codes of conduct.
To ensure strong performance against applicable policies, it is important that our suppliers define their implementation policies within each policy.
To ensure continued improvement as a contemporary business, it is important that our suppliers operate strong Management Systems by which they evaluate, review and improve their policies and the implementation of them.
For any questions on these supplier principles please get in touch with us via our webform or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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