Compliance with ethics guidelines is essential to ENGIE’s relations with its stakeholders. The Group’s activities in this area pursue four fundamental principles: acting in accordance with laws and regulations, establishing a culture of integrity, behaving fairly and honestly, and respecting others. The Group follows these principles while respecting the diversity of local cultures.
Four fundamental principles
Essential to the company’s continued performance and good reputation, these four ethical requirements pursue and apply the Group’s values. To formally outline its commitments, ENGIE published its Ethics Charter, which sets out the Group’s ethics principles and ethics governance system, and also provides “Ethics in Practice Guidelines” that describes how these principles are put into practice. In addition, the “Integrity Frame of Reference” is dedicated to preventing fraud and corruption.
Issues of global interest
The continued improvement of the Ethics policy is a strong driver of progress for the Group, its customers, suppliers and society as a whole. By pursuing this improvement, ENGIE meets the expectations of its stakeholders and ensures the social acceptability of the Group.