Corporate governance underlines the way in which the B2BE Group, a global organisation, is organised, managed and controlled. At B2BE, corporate governance is primarily the responsibility of the CEO and C-Level management team. The management team ensures that internal control functions are operating effectively and oversees the quality of the information provided to the business, suppliers and our partners.
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Modern slavery has untold costs on society, the person and their families who are trafficked in such a way. Modern slavery can take various forms, such as slavery, servitude, forced or compulsory labor, and human trafficking.
The B2BE Group does not tolerate modern slavery in any form and is committed to implement and enforcing effective systems and controls to ensure this is the case as part of the Group’s recruitment processes, and as part of the process in selecting suppliers, partners, and other organisations we may work or trade with.
Code of Conduct
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Code of Conduct
The B2BE Group and its policies require its employees at all levels, Directors, and officers to observe high standards of business and personal ethics in the conduct of their duties and responsibilities. Employees at all levels, Directors, and officers must practice fair dealing, honesty, and integrity in every aspect of dealing with colleagues, the public, the business community, customers, suppliers, competitors, and government authorities.
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Being sustainable means understanding the impact our business and our client’s business has on the world around us, and the impact the world around us has on our business.
We use this understanding to inform our purpose, strategy, and the decisions we make. It is a vital part of what drives the Group’s business today as a global business-to-busines e-solution provider, and how we view our organisation and client’s organisations for tomorrow.