Know Your Code of Conduct
- As a joint venture company with such an illustrious parentage, it is our moral obligation to follow a Code of Conduct, which upholds the high reputation and values that Tata and Tesco are renowned for.
- Our Code of Conduct embraces both the Tata and Tesco codes of conduct.
In this workshop we will :
1) Get introduced to the newly developed THPL Code of Conduct.
2) Understand the code of conduct and its abiding implications.
3) Understand how to report concerns
4) Know your Chief Ethics Counselor
Clause : 1
This means we :
- are committed to benefit the economic development and not undertaking any project or activity to the detriment of the wider interests of the countries in which we operate.
- shall respect the culture, customs and traditions of the country / region in which we operate
- shall conform to all trade procedures and other necessary formalities, as applicable.
Clause : 2
Financial Reporting and Records
Clause 4 :
Dealings with Customers:
You look after maintaining your company’s customer database. One of your friends
asks you for few details from this database
for marketing purposes of his new business. He assures you that the data and source will be kept confidential. Should you do so?
Clause : 5
Equal Opportunities Employer
A job requires extensive travel. One of the candidates has excellent relevant
experience & qualifications but is a single parent. So, I feel
this would significantly hinder his / her ability to cope with the job
requirement. What should I do?
Clause : 6
Dignity and Respect
Clause : 7
Gifts and Donations
Clause : 8
Clause : 9
Clause : 10
Health, Safety and Environment
Quality of Products and Services
Clause : 12
Clause : 13
Our Value - Chain Partners
Clause : 14
Cooperation of Tata & Tesco companies
Clause : 15
Public Representation of the Company and the Group (including representation in Social Media)
Our social media guidelines set out our approach and are built around four key areas given below. We call these guidelines as the 'T.A.T.A.' Guidelines
Our company has a “Use of Social Media” code that lays down the “do's and don’ts” for use of
social media even if you may access such media on your own time. Why are there such guidelines?
Clause : 16
Third Party Representation
Clause : 17
Use of the Tata & Tesco Brands
Clause : 18
Clause : 20
Clause : 21
Clause : 22
I am an accountant in my company. Due to my artistic skills,
I received an offer to pen cartoons for a children’s publication for which I will receive
compensation. I plan to undertake this activity during weekends. Could I accept the offer?
Clause : 23
Conflict of Interest
What comprises a conflict of interest?
Clause : 24
Securities Transactions and Confidential Information
Our company has recently announced a new business approach. In connection
with this, your journalist friend has asked you to provide some details for him to cover in his upcoming article without revealing your identity. Should you share this information?
You have access to revenue numbers of our company. During a conversation with you, your friend asks about the
financial performance of our company. You do not share detailed information but share approximate figures. Is this conduct of yours correct?
Clause : 25
Protecting Company Assets
Clause : 27
Integrity of data furnished
You are attending a customer meeting with a colleague, and your colleague makes an
untruthful statement about the company’s services. What should you do?
Clause : 28
Clear Prices, Promotions and Marketing
Clause : 29
My supervisor has asked me to do something which I believe may be illegal. I am afraid if
I do not do what I am told, I could lose my job. Should I do it?
I feel that my supervisor is treating me unfairly for reporting a concern to the Ethics
Counsellor. What should I do?
If you are unsure whether a particular action you are about to take is consistent with the principles
set forth in the Code, ask yourself: