Board Committees, Committee Members and Committee Charters
Articles of Incorporation and By-laws
Ethics and Compliance
Anti-Bribery and Corruption Policy
Policy on Gifts
Policy on Conflict of Interest
Supplier Code of Conduct
- Philippines - 1800 1 322 0363
- United Kingdom - 0-800-092-3586
- Italy - 00-800-2002-0033
- Spain - 900 876 122
- Vietnam - 120-85-2329
- USA - 1-866-921-6714
- Canada - 1-866-921-6714
- China - 400-120-8514
- English speaking USA and Canada: 844-640-0022 (not available from Mexico)
- Spanish speaking North America: 800-216-1288
The E&C Program provides for collaborations with JFC Group’s Human Resources (“HR”) on E&C training for new hires and annual E&C refreshers, as well as additional training programs, including approval of initiatives made at the region level. Other collaborations with HR include designing and implementing training reinforcement programs (coaching, etc.)The E&C Training Program documents the training component of the integrated E&C Program for the JFC Group, and covers all employees of the JFC Group, whether full-time or part-time, and regardless of employment status.The JFC Group is not legally allowed to provide training to employees of third party contractors that it has engaged to provide services. However, it requires its third party contractors to ensure that their employees are equipped with appropriate training following their own standards of ethics and conduct, that are not inconsistent with ours.Members of the Board of Directors shall also be provided with regular updates on relevant ethics and compliance policies of the JFC Group in such manner as will be appropriate, as aligned among Global Human Resources, Global Legal & Ethics, and the Office of the Chairman. The E&C Training Program may be accessed here.
The JFC Group’s Global Internal Audit’s Ethics Policies & Procedures Review Guide provides the guidelines that sets out the overall commitments over the maintenance of high level of effectiveness and efficiency of the company’s Ethics & Compliance Program. The objective of the guide is to formalize practices on the exercise of Global Internal Audit and Global Legal & Ethics to maintain the company’s Ethics & Compliance Program and the relevant ethics policies/procedures in line with the most updated regulations and generally accepted best business practice.
The Global Internal Audit unit of the Company ensures the maintenance of high level of effectiveness and efficiency of the company’s Ethics & Compliance Program by establishing formal practices to maintain the company’s Ethics & Compliance Program and the relevant ethics policies/procedures in line with the most updated regulations and generally accepted best business practice. Regular Ethics P&P review is undertaken to assess the Company’s ethics standards and principles, and the effectiveness of its processes, policies and procedures to promote such standards and principles across all levels of the Company, the effectiveness to present the risks associated with the fraud triangle.
Each year, as part of its audit planning, Global Internal Audit conducts a top-down risk assessment to ascertain these current business risks as a result of changes in organizations, business practices, and laws and regulations. All of the company’s operations are in the scope of annual risk assessment process.
Aligning with the Company’s risk strategy and appetite, an annual audit plan is developed to ensure sufficient audits are executed over significant risks while moderate and low risks may be assessed on a rotational basis. Such plans shall be continuously optimized to reflect the changing business risks as well as the Company’s appetite. Ethics Policies and Procedure Review shall be conjunct with the overall Global Internal Audit plan and leverage the cumulative audit knowledge obtained through the other current and prior audit projects. Such review shall be conducted, at a minimum, once every three years.