Baianat is following a family concept. That’s why our culture and workplace ethics are always leading the way. Everyone inside Baianat is expected to promote ethical behavior and encourage others to talk to their team leaders when they have concerns.
When you face a breach of our code or notice anything that seems illegal or unethical, you must report that immediately. This could be a conflict of interests, bullying or harassment, or any matter that directly affects our culture.
Baianat prohibits retaliation aganist anyone inside the company who reports or becomes part of the discussion about possible violation of our code, policies or the law.
If you report something suspicious that turns out not be a breach of the code it’s okay as long as your report was of a genuine concern.
We encourage honest reporting, however, we never tolerate knowingly false reports or . False reports doesn’t only promote a bad culture, but also create hard feelings between team members.
Being part of Baianat family is more related to how much you fit with our culture and your acceptance for the values we carry. We strictly prohibit unlawful discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color, religion, veteran status, national origin, ancestry, pregnancy status, sex, gender identity or expression, age, marital status, mental or physical disability, medical condition, sexual orientation, or any other characteristics protected by law. We also make all reasonable accommodations to meet our obligations under laws protecting the rights of the disabled.
We prohibit discrimination, harassment and bullying in any form – verbal, physical, or visual, as discussed more fully in our Policy Against Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation. If you believe you’ve been bullied or harassed by anyone at Baianat, or by a Baianat partner or vendor, we strongly encourage you to immediately report the incident to your team leader.
Similarly, team leaders who learn of any such incident should immediately report it to the talent management. TM will promptly and thoroughly investigate any complaints and take appropriate action.
Baianat will not tolerate inappropriate behaviour, including harassment, bullying or abuse of authority. Harassment includes any improper or unwelcome conduct including words, gestures or actions that that may cause offence or humiliation to another. This includes sexual harassment.
Harassment can occur between members of the same sex or opposite sex, outside the workplace and/or outside working hours and may be a one off incident or a series of incidents. We will instigate disciplinary or legal action against people who harass, bully or abuse their authority. We will treat each other respectfully and challenge any unfair behaviour. We are all responsible for ensuring this doesn’t happen at Baianat.
Our position on substance abuse is simple: It is incompatible with the health and safety of our team members and leaders, and we don’t permit it. Consumption of alcohol is banned at our offices.
Illegal drugs in our offices or at sponsored events are strictly prohibited. If a leader has reasonable suspicion to believe that an a member is in use of drugs and/or alcohol may adversely affect the member’s job performance or the safety of the others in the workplace, the leader may request an alcohol and/or drug screening.
Any use, sale or distribution of illegal substances will be treated extremely seriously. Please support your colleagues by reporting any breaches of this Code.
We pursue equality of opportunity and inclusion for all employees through our employment policies and practices. We aim to create an inclusive environment where everyone feels respected and valued and where we can truly deliver our promise - ‘we are at our best, when you are at yours’. We recognise and celebrate the importance of diversity in our work spaces so we are as diverse as the customers we serve. We will not tolerate any form of discrimination especially related to but not exclusive to age, gender, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, cultural background or belief. We base relationships with and between employees on respect for individuals and their human rights, and will not tolerate any form of child labour. We must all challenge discriminatory behaviour when we see it. We want everyone to feel able to raise any concerns. In the first instance, please speak to the individuals concerned before consulting your local HR team or going through the Speak Up process.
We are committed to a violence-free work environment, and we will not tolerate any level of violence or the threat of violence in the workplace. Under no circumstances should anyone bring a weapon to work. If you become aware of a violation of this policy, you should report it to Human Resources immediately.