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Gifts From Clients or Suppliers policy

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Gifts From Clients or Suppliers

The Companys aim is always to ensure customer and client satisfaction. Occasionally, satisfied customers, clients or other third parties may seek to reward employees with gifts. Whilst the Company has no desire to stop deserving employees receiving a reward from a satisfied customer or client, there is the potential for the abuse of a clients or customers generosity. In addition, certain suppliers offer reward schemes which allow employees to obtain free gifts in return for ordering services or products from that supplier. The Company needs to be sure its suppliers are competitive and that its employees are acting in the best interests of the Company. As such, the Company needs to ensure there is a culture of honesty and transparency in the practice of receiving gifts, whether from customers, clients or suppliers. For these purposes a gift is any payment or item given to an employee on an apparent ex

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31 October 2018


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