Fujitsu is committed to fostering a culture of corporate compliance, ethical behaviour and corporate good governance. That means complying with all local laws and regulations, and behaving in a way that’s fair and appropriate. We hold all of our employees to a high standard of behaviour.
Fujitsu Oceania employees must adhere to the Global Business Standards, which are a common set of guidelines for our people across the whole of Fujitsu. Our Global Business Standards are:
- We respect human rights
- We comply with all laws and regulations
- We act with fairness in our business dealings
- We protect and respect intellectual property
- We maintain confidentiality
- We do not use our position in our organisation for personal gain
Fujitsu Australia has a Whisteblowing policy and programme for employees and for those who deal with Fujitsu. This enables employees, suppliers, customers and other third parties to report breaches of our standards. Reporting ethics or compliance concerns can be done by using Fujitsu Alert.
Fujitsu Alert is controlled by a third party, engaged by Fujitsu, and allows concerns to be reported anonymously.
Fujitsu Alert is accessible online and via telephone.
If problems are found in investigating these reports, the relevant practice is terminated and measures are taken to prevent reocurrence. Fujitsu applies a zero-tolerance approach with respect to criminal misconduct.