Code of conduct
At huttywalla, we all need to know and honour our elementary values and main ethical principles. This Code of conduct contains an overview of our values and ethical principles and is an inherent part of the Rulebook applicable to all co-workers at huttywalla.
The aim of the Code of conduct is to honour the generally recognised ethical principles, avoid any unlawful action with an emphasis on minimising the risk of huttywalla breaking the law or being complicit in criminal activity. huttywalla believes it is important to provide its services and products in compliance with the law and generally recognised ethical principles.
This Code of conduct is binding to all co-workers at huttywalla. We do our best to ensure that our business partners, suppliers and sub-suppliers follow it as well. All the aforementioned should always follow the principles and keep generally recognised good manners. This Code of conduct should serve to all the aforementioned when they need to make a decision and accept responsibility for their actions.
Co-workers need to be aware their actions might cause huttywalla or themselves to become legally liable and face criminal, administrative or civil sanctions. Therefore, co-workers are obliged to act in a manner that does not constitute criminal activity or is in breach of law.
huttywalla is a renowned European company providing vast information systems and solutions in the areas of information and communication technologies. We are fully aware of our responsibility towards the customers, shareholders, co-workers and the communities where we operate. Therefore, we have designed a strict code of conduct to follow.
huttywalla considers the provision of its services and products in compliance with the law and generally recognised ethical principles and standards very important. These standards include the norms for quality management of the provided services ISO 9001, norms for service quality and improvement ISO 20000 but also efforts to minimise the impact on the environment in compliance with the ISO 14001 and information security ISO 27001
Protection of reputation
Our actions and demeanour are always in line with maintaining the reputation of the company, our clients and business partners. huttywalla is a synonym of professional quality and trustworthiness, therefore, our clients are only those whose business is in compliance with the law and ethics and whose justified needs can be met by our high-quality services.
When you act on behalf of huttywalla, remember to honour the reputation of the company and express only the official viewpoints of the company, never your own views or opinions.
If a co-worker is authorised to act legally on behalf of the company, e.g. entering contracts, they are obliged to comply with the extent of such authorisation.
Negotiating the terms and conditions of future business contracts is preceded by assessing the risks of entering such contractual relationships and a background check in public records. Eventual risks must be reported to the top management of huttywalla.
Protection of the co-workers’ rights
In compliance with the national law and practise, we support the principles of the Global Compact, a UN initiative, the Declaration of the Human Rights by the United Nations, International Labour Organization’s Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work and EU Charter of Fundamental Rights.
Protection of the co-workers’ rights applies especially to the following areas:
Reward and working ho urs – We always comply with the law and regulations related to the working hours, wage and employment benefits.
Discrimination – We value the diversity of our co-workers and consider it our competitive advantage that needs to be supported and developed. We do not accept any discrimination, injustice or harassment.
Health and safety – We always comply with the law and regulations related to occupational health and safety and ensure the work environment is safe and healthy to avoid accidents and injuries. We regularly evaluate any possible risks and apply corrective measures.
Child labour – We do not employ children under 15 and always comply with the legislation on the employment of the minors.
Forced labour – We do not accept slavery or forced labour of any form. We do not allow practices that might limit the freedom of co-workers.
We build relationships with all co-workers on the principles of mutual respect and trust while we expect all co-workers to follow the fundamental ethical principles and good manners. We encourage good rapport among co-workers and respect their privacy. In addition, we encourage co-workers to develop themselves both professionally and in their personal lives and we are interested in increasing their skills and abilities.
Protection of information
Prevention of criminal activity
Dialogue with business partners
Initiatives, complaints and ethical line
You have the right to lodge a complaint, suggestions and other claims in order to draw attention to a suspicion of crime, breach of law or code of conduct, activities suggesting corruption or corruption, personal, settling personal accounts with colleagues or business partners, provision of unethical or false information, a suggestion for improvement or other claims. You can lodge the claim at your superior, HR Specialist, or anonymously.
In order to create a place for lodging complaints, we have created the ethical line available on the Portal of Ethical line. You will find all the instructions and necessary information on how to use it. If you lodge a justified complaint to draw attention to unethical activities, we assure you this will not affect your employment in any negative way. If we find your complaint justified, we commit to ensure a suitable correction and apply measures to prevent recurrence of such activity.