Business Ethics and Work Place PrinciplesDr. Reddy’s, by virtue of being present in several countries, embraces the rules and business ethics that are upheld at these locations.
The company is also peopled with men, women, the differently abled, different races, communities, creeds and different nationalities. Pluralism is the fabric of the community here and is an integral part of our identity.
We are protective of this, and have some of the most stringent norms safeguarding identity, self-esteem and self-respect of our citizens on one hand and of doing business on the other.
a) Workplace Principles
Harassment or intimidation be it overt or covert, be it gender based, community based, position based, culture based or any other diversity based, is not tolerated.
There are simple, clear and fast ombudsman processes for redressal and they are designed to give maximum security, confidence and assurance to the victim, in the unfortunate event of an incident.
We are harsh with perpetrators as we are with malicious and deliberately misleading allegations.
We make every effort to make Dr. Reddy’s a truly connected and concerned community that you’d love to be a part of.
b) The Code of Business Ethics: COBE
Dr. Reddy’s has a long-standing commitment to high standards of corporate governance and ethical business practices. This is a value shared by the Board of Directors, the senior management and employees at all levels across the world.
Helping us conduct business universally on these lines are a set of principles and statutes—the Code of Business Ethics (COBE). COBE is a living document; it has evolved considerably since it was created. And doubtless it will evolve over time as we continue to apply best practices and principles to the often complex issues of business ethics. However, as we change and adapt to new circumstances, the organization’s commitment to integrity and sound judgment will ever remain constant.