Sitetech Solutions Ltd, hereinafter called "SiteHost", is committed to conducting business ethically and with integrity. We recognize that bribery and corruption undermine good governance, economic development, and social stability. As such, we have a zero-tolerance approach to bribery and corruption, and we expect all employees, contractors, and anyone else who represents our company to adhere to this Privacy and Anti-Corruption Policy (Policy).
SiteHost is compliant with current New Zealand anti-bribery and corruption laws, including the Secret Commissions Act 1910 and Crimes Act 1961.
SiteHost takes a zero-tolerance approach to bribery and corruption, and prohibits all forms of bribery and corruption. The prohibition applies to dealings with the private and public sector, as well as individuals.
All business practices must be conducted with honesty and integrity and legally compliant with New Zealand laws and regulations.
The giving, offering, accepting, receiving or promising of a bribe or facilitation payment, either directly or indirectly, is prohibited.
Engaging in or facilitating corruption or corrupt practices is prohibited.
The payment of secret commissions to those acting in an agency is prohibited.
Gifts or other considerations must not be provided or accepted in any event which could be interpreted as creating an obligation, or where an employee’s impartiality could be affected or be perceived to influence a business decision.
Business dealings must be conducted with integrity, transparency and sufficiently documented.
Bribery is the giving or receiving, either directly or indirectly, of something of value to influence a transaction to gain or retain a benefit or advantage.
Corruption is the abuse of entrusted power, whether in the private or public sector, for private gain.
Facilitation payment is a small payment or gift made to a public official to expedite routine government actions or services.
The responsibility for implementing this policy rests with our senior management who will ensure that all employees and contractors are aware of and understand their responsibilities under this policy. Any questions or concerns about this policy should be directed to senior management.
Compliance with this policy is required at all times. A failure to comply with the principles set out in this Policy will be considered by SiteHost as a material breach of the terms of any affected contract, terms of services and of the employment contract of employees involved. Strict consequences, including reporting to relevant New Zealand authorities and/or dismissal will follow accordingly.
This policy will be reviewed regularly to ensure that it remains relevant and effective with anti-bribery and corruption laws and regulations. Any changes to this policy will be communicated to all employees and contractors in a timely and appropriate manner.