PDO operates on the core belief of fairness and respect for all its members. Consider John, a dedicated team member, who identified something potentially violating our Code of Conduct.
Many countries are subject to and have to adhere to International Trade Control (“ITC”) restrictions concerning the use of, and/or the import and/or export of goods
PDO's core values of honesty, integrity and respect are the cornerstone of our license to operate, and PDO's reputation can only be sustained if it acts in accordance with the law and its ethical standards.
In the ever-evolving landscape of professional endeavors it is not uncommon for individuals to find themselves pursuing interests and opportunities that extend beyond the confines of their primary employment.
Confidentiality is a critical pillar that supports the structure of any successful workplace. With access to the organization's proprietary information,
As professionals, it's essential to maintain high standards of work ethics to ensure that we uphold the trust and respect of our colleagues and clients.
The policy regarding gifts, hospitality, and travel at PDO emphasizes that employees should refrain from soliciting such benefits.
Family Conflicts of Interest can arise in the workplace when a PDO staff family member1 owns a company that engages in business dealings with PDO.
As of 29 October 2011, all PDO employees (or their minor sons/daughters) are not allowed to acquire shares in any company, establishment, or business directly related to PDO.