It is the policy of WR Recruitment Agency Guyana to conduct its operations ethically and in compliance with Guyana, U.S., and all applicable foreign laws. The WR Guyana Anti-Corruption Compliance Policy (the “Policy”) and the WR Guyana Anti-Corruption Compliance Procedures is aimed at ensuring that result.
Policy and Procedures apply to all Company officers, directors, employees, agents, employees of any affiliate, subsidiary, or other entity controlled by the Company, temporary agency personnel, non-employee agents acting on the Company’s behalf, contract-basis personnel, and contractors of all types and at all levels wherever located (collectively “Company Personnel”). All Company Personnel are expected to comply with Guyana, U.S., and other applicable laws in all countries in which the Company does business, as well as maintain the highest ethical standards of business conduct in undertaking work for or on behalf of WR Guyana.
This Policy identifies prohibited conduct, identifies the parties to whom this Policy applies, sets forth key concepts and definitions, examines best practices for ethical business standards, and outlines the Company’s internal compliance structure, reporting procedures and Company Personnel responsibilities.
Specifically, this Policy sets forth the ethical standards of conduct and practices that must be followed with respect to certain kinds of activity, involving the promising, offering, or giving of things of value, including money, entertainment, gifts, meals, travel and lodging, and charitable or memorial contributions regulated by or otherwise coming within the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”) or the U.K. Bribery Act 2010 (“Bribery Act”).