IRI Global Code of Conduct
At IRI, we believe acting ethically and responsibly is not only the right thing to do, but is also good for business. Our Global Code of Conduct (our "Code") has been revised effective December 1, 2016, to address challenges that impact our business. It is designed to provide our employees with guidance and give them the resources they need to make ethical choices.
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IRI Vendor Code of Conduct
IRI expects that its vendors will share and embrace the letter and spirit of our commitment to integrity. By “vendor” we mean any firm or individual that provides a product or service to IRI or indirectly to any of its clients. Because of this, IRI expects all vendors and their employees, agents and subcontractors (their representatives) to adhere to the Company’s Vendor Code of Conduct while they are conducting business with and/or on behalf of IRI.
Global Compliance Help Line
Every person, regardless of position, shares in the responsibility for promoting an ethical work environment. In order to make certain that potential issues will be reported, we maintain the IRI Global Compliance Helpline, a phone and internet-based confidential reporting system that allows you to report anonymously. It is managed by EthicsPoint, an independent third party.
Information Resources Group Companies Taxation Policy
Corporate responsibility is a high priority for our Group Companies, and we see the proper administration of taxation matters as an important component of that responsibility. This document will be periodically reviewed by the Group Tax team, and any amendments will be approved by the Board of Directors. It is effective for the year ending 31 December 2017, and will remain in effect until any amendments are approved by the Board of Directors.
Our approach to taxation matters is to:
- Meet all legal requirements and make all appropriate tax returns and tax payments in a timely manner.
- Apply professional diligence and care in the management of all risks associated with tax matters, and ensure governance and assurance procedures are appropriate.
- Foster constructive, professional and transparent relationships with tax authorities, based on integrity, collaboration and mutual trust.
- Consider the effect of our tax affairs upon our reputation and brand.
- Ensure the Board is properly informed on all significant Group tax matters.
Gender Pay Report 2017
The UK government introduced a requirement for all employers with more than 250 employees to publish their gender pay gap data by April 2018.
In this report, we are sharing our gender pay gap data for the 12 months up to April 2017. Our calculations are based on the pay data of 541 employees across our UK business.
The gender pay gap is the measure of difference between the average hourly rate of pay for men and women across the business. The report expresses women’s pay as a percentage of men’s pay.