In 2010, Yara rolled out its Ethics Program. The key principles of Yara's Ethics and Compliance Program are in the Ethics Handbook, which is a deeper elaboration of Yara's Code of Conduct. The Ethics Handbook documents Yara's position on a range of topics, including gifts and entertainment, corruption and human rights. The document has been translated in 13 languages and has been distributed globally. All Yara employees are expected to act and conduct their business according to these principles. Please see the Ethics and Compliance Program for more information.
Yara’s Ethics Program also features an internal Ethics Portal with useful links and further information for all Yara employees, 10 mandatory interactive e-learning videos on a range of ethical topics such as corruption, facilitation payments and ethical supply chain and Yara's Ethics Hotline, available in over 50 languages, which allows them to share their concerns confidentially. In addition, the Ethics Training was rolled out to all employees in 2010 and has been integrated into the new employee induction process in 2011.
Yara Business Partner Code of Conduct
In 2010, Yara also updated its Code of Conduct for Yara's business partners, reinforcing its goal to continue to develop relationships with business partners who share our similar corporate values of Trust, Teamwork, Accountability and Ambition. The Yara business partner Code of Conduct has been translated into 10 languages and is referred to in all contracts and purchase orders.
Please see Yara's Human Rights Performance Indicators for more information.