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This document sets out the Group’s principles of business conduct and the standards that the Stagecoach Group plc Board of Directors expects all officers, employees and representatives of Stagecoach to follow. It also outlines our core values, policies and how we deal with our employees, suppliers, customers, competitors and the wider communities in which we work. Please click the link below to read our Code of Conduct.
At Stagecoach, we are committed to doing the right thing and running our business with integrity, in line with our Code of Conduct and values, good business practice and the law. This policy outlines the processes we have in place to allow people (e.g. employees; business partners; suppliers; customers; agents; representatives and shareholders) to raise a concern about possible misconduct within our Company. Please click the link below to read our Whistleblowing policy.
In accordance with The Modern Slavery Act 2015, Stagecoach Group plc publishes an annual statement as to the actions we have taken to detect and deal with acts of modern slavery in our businesses and supply chains. The Group’s most recent statement can be accessed through the link below..
At Stagecoach, we’re committed to building on our position to be the UK’s favourite and most successful transport company, connecting everyone to the places and people that matter the most, and being representative of the customers and communities we serve.
We want to challenge the stereotypes and make sure that young women and girls see role models they can look up to in our industry, in every role across Stagecoach.
We always endeavour to do the best for our people and we’re committed to investing in their skills and talent so we can better serve our customers. We celebrate and encourage diversity across our company and during the year we have made progress in improving our gender balance and have increased the number of women in senior leadership roles as well as introducing employee led networks such as [email protected]
However, we recognise that there’s still a lot more we can do and we are committed to taking steps to recruit and support women at all levels across our organisation. As part of our recently launched sustainability strategy, Driving Net Zero: Better Places to Live and Work, we’ve committed to a 40% female leadership and 25% ethnic Minority workforce by 2026.
You can read more on how we will achieve this in our Gender Pay Gap Report
Stagecoach is committed to conducting business in a legal, ethical, transparent and responsible manner. This includes responsible supplier selection by conducting business with suppliers who share our commitment to integrity, and we understand that business practices and actions our suppliers make may impact or reflect upon us. This Supplier Code of Conduct (SCC) sets out our expectations of how suppliers should conduct business when engaging with us.
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