Divyam

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Our Values and Policies

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P&G Our Values and Policies

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P&G Our Values and Policies

Table of Contents
Introduction

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Letter from the CEO

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Hierarchy of Company Ethics Principles

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Our Purpose

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Our Values

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Our Principles

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Our Policies
A. Respect of Government and the Law
1. Compliance With Legal Requirements
2. Accuracy of Company Books and Records
• Books and Records
• Disclosure Controls
• Internal Controls
3. Securities Trading
4. Antitrust Policy and Compliance Guidelines
5. Lobbying
6. Political Contributions and Related Policies
7. Transacting International Business

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B. Respect in the Workplace
1. Behavior in the Workplace
2. Child Labor and Worker Exploitation
3. Wage and Hour Practices
4. Safety, Health and Environmental
• Employee Safety
• Environmental Quality
5. HIV/AIDS
6. Conflict of Interest
• Business, Financial and Personal
Relationships
• Gifts, Entertainment and Gratuities
• Improper Use of Company Assets
7. Employee Privacy

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C. Respect in the Marketplace
1. Product Safety
2. Bribery and Improper Business Dealings
• Commercial Bribery
• Improper Payments to Government
Officials
• Money Laundering and Product
Diversion Avoidance
3. Fair Dealing and Fair Competition
• Treating Suppliers Appropriately
• Treating Customers Appropriately
• The Government as a Customer
• Treating Competitors Appropriately
• Fair Competition
• Advertising and Promoting to
Consumers Appropriately
4. Consumer Privacy and Confidentiality
• Confidentiality
• Consumer Privacy
5. Communicating with the Media
6. Research Involving Animals

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D. Respect in Society and Our Communities
1. Community Relations
2. Support of Universal Human…...

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