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Convertible Debt. Does Hertz Look Into Reports? We are one Hertz. This means our Code applies to all Hertz employees, officers and directors. Why Do We Have a Code? Simply stated, acting ethically is good for business. Indeed, it is a competitive advantage as it protects our brand and reputation in the marketplace. But how do we know what is expected of us?
It shows us how to make ethical decisions, and lets us know when we should ask for further guidance. As you make your way through this document, keep in mind the various commitments that Hertz has made to its valued stakeholders. Doing so is key to our continued success and the goodwill associated with our brand. If another employee approaches you with a concern, and you are unsure of how to address the issue, seek guidance from your manager or another resource within Hertz.
Laws can be complex, and vary from one country to the next. This makes it all the more important that we familiarize ourselves with the laws and regulations that apply to our specific jobs. If you have any questions about which laws and regulations apply to your work, consult with your manager, the Law Department, or the Human Resources Department.
Hertz takes Code violations seriously. Code violations can have severe consequences for both Hertz and those involved in the offense. In addition to damaging the Hertz brand, actions that violate our Code may also violate the law.
This subjects the individuals involved and our Company to possible criminal and civil liabilities. Failing to follow our Code also means that Hertz may take disciplinary action, up to and including termination. Our Code is only as effective as those who follow it.
Therefore, it is crucial for each of us to know and understand how the Code applies to our jobs. Remember, no single document can cover all of the situations that we may encounter throughout the course of our work. It is therefore critical that we use common sense and good judgment, in conjunction with this Code, to best uphold our responsibilities to our Company and stakeholders, and to know when to ask for help.
This Code is a starting point. The policies and procedures referenced throughout this Code provide more detailed information on the referenced subjects. If a topic is relevant to your work at Hertz, you are expected to review, understand and follow the more detailed policies and procedures that are in place. While our Code applies equally to all of us at Hertz, managers do have additional responsibilities.
In order to feel confident when making a goodfaith report, it is important that we do not fear retaliation. Hertz encourages us to come forward with our concerns, and will not tolerate any act of retaliation against us for doing so. The same applies to those of us who participate in the investigation of a report.
If you feel that you or another Hertz employee has experienced retaliation, speak up. Hertz may take disciplinary action, up to and including termination, against anyone who engages in retaliatory acts against another for making a good-faith report of a suspected violation of this Code or the law. If you make a report, the matter will be promptly investigated. They will take all actions they consider appropriate to investigate any violations reported to them.
If necessary, corrective action will be taken. Unless the report is made anonymously, you will receive feedback on the outcome. It is important that each of us feels comfortable in making a report or asking questions about what is expected of us. Thomas employees only The Compliance Hotline is available for use 24 hours a day, seven days a week, with translators available in all languages that Hertz employees speak.
Anonymous reporting is available, where permitted by law. Keep in mind, however, that anonymous reports may be more Untitled - bXg cXty XrchXstrX* - WHSR Special 94 pt. 3 (Cassette) for Hertz to investigate thoroughly. Therefore, you are encouraged to provide as much information as possible when making a report.
For further information, reference: WEmployment and Equal Opportunity. Should Marta do anything, since it seems like an honest mistake? A: Yes. Marta should speak with her coworker or their manager about her observations. If you remain concerned, make a report to the Vice President or President of Operations for your region or country. Maintaining the trust of our customers means we hold our suppliers accountable for the quality and safety of the products and services they provide to us.
If you believe a supplier is not upholding these commitments, it is your responsibility to report the situation.
We Provide Exceptional Customer Service At Hertz, Untitled - bXg cXty XrchXstrX* - WHSR Special 94 pt. 3 (Cassette) strive to be the most customer-focused rental company in every market we serve.
This means we always treat our customers with courtesy and respect, and we promptly address any concerns they bring to our attention. Continuous improvement of our relationship with our customers is vital to our growth. Because our relationship with our customers is built on trust, we take care to ensure the safety and quality of our vehicles and rental equipment. We comply with all applicable laws and regulations, and consistently meet or exceed safety and quality standards.
If you ever have any concerns about the safety of our vehicles or rental equipment, or We Treat Our Customers and Business Partners Right Our Sales and Marketing Efforts Are Honest and Accurate Our commitment to exceptional service also means that we deal fairly with our customers and our suppliers at all times. We do this by representing our Company honestly and accurately, and upholding truthful sales and marketing practices.
Q: Fatima works in the Warranty Department in Oklahoma City, where she is responsible for inputting manufacturer recall information when it is received. Late one afternoon, a few days before the financial quarter is about to end, she receives a new recall notice.
She has also recently overheard her manager discussing the possibility that Hertz may not meet its sales projections for the quarter. She wants to do her part to help Hertz meet its Untitled - bXg cXty XrchXstrX* - WHSR Special 94 pt. 3 (Cassette) goals. Is it okay for Fatima to wait? A: No. Fatima should enter the recall information immediately and accurately. If she thinks she will not have enough time to complete the entry before she leaves, she should speak with her manager so the information can be entered.
We have a responsibility to act on notifications of manufacturer recalls and to follow all related recall policies and procedures. As a rule, we always honor our commitments. We communicate clearly and immediately to clarify misunderstandings. We also believe in always competing ethically.
We do this by following the antitrust and competition laws that are in place wherever we do business. Keep in mind that even the appearance of collusion can result in a lawsuit or government investigation, so we must take care whenever we interact with our competitors.
If a competitor brings up any of these topics in conversation, you must stop the. Antitrust and competition laws are complex and continually evolving. Therefore, it is especially important for those of us whose jobs involve pricing, yield, fleet allocation, airport concessions, advertising, marketing, Untitled - bXg cXty XrchXstrX* - WHSR Special 94 pt.
3 (Cassette), sales or purchasing to be familiar with the applicable antitrust and competition laws that relate to our work. Competing with integrity also means we only gather information about our competitors in an ethical manner. It is easier to reach our business goals when we are aware of what our competitors are doing in the marketplace. However, it is never appropriate to learn this information through theft, misrepresentation or deception. We also never pressure our colleagues to divulge the confidential information of their former employers.
If you do happen to encounter confidential information about another company that you are not entitled to know, seek guidance from the Law Department before passing it along or acting upon this information. Q: Anjali is leading a sales initiative in which her team is working on a bid to win a major corporate rental contract.
Robert, a member of her team, has learned that a competitor is putting together a bid for the same project. How should Anjali respond? A: Anjali should tell Robert not to make the call. If he does, he will be violating fair competition laws. Hertz wins business through the value of its products and brand, not by competing unfairly. Anjali should also explain these principles to Robert, and make it clear that he should never engage in such behavior. We Safeguard Third-Party Information Our customers trust us to protect the personal information that they provide to us.
Internally, we only share such information to the extent necessary to conduct business. Equally important, we never reveal such information to an outside party without the prior approval of the Chief Executive Officer and the General Counsel. Q: Jasmine notices that some customer information can be found on a particular Hertz webpage that is not secure.
Jasmine trusts Hertz, but is concerned about protecting customer information. What should she do? A: Securing customer data is extremely important. Jasmine should immediately notify her manager about the potential release of confidential customer information. To this end, we respect all contractual commitments, including non-disclosure agreements, which require us to Untitled - bXg cXty XrchXstrX* - WHSR Special 94 pt.
3 (Cassette) third-party information. We are equally committed to protecting the intellectual property IP of our business partners, customers and suppliers.
IP refers to legallyprotected creations of the mind, and includes but is not limited to software, inventions, written materials and trademarks. We have a responsibility to use the IP belonging to others respectfully and only in accordance with our third-party agreements. This means, in part, that we do not install unlicensed software on Company computers. Additionally, those of us whose jobs have advertising, marketing or IT functions must take care to use third-party materials appropriately.
We Follow Procedures for Working with Government Customers Hertz maintains valuable relationships with a variety of government customers. Government contracts are very complex and are subject to numerous policies, laws and regulations.
When working on a government contract, you have a duty to know and comply with the exact contract requirements. Please note that violations of the government rules and regulations regarding contracts can result in substantial fines and even criminal prosecution for the individuals involved and our Company. We believe that our differences give us a competitive advantage, and we aim to foster that diversity.
Our Company does this, in part, by promoting a strict policy of non-discrimination. Treating each other respectfully also means that we cultivate a workplace that is free from harassment. Harassment is defined as any unwelcome conduct that creates an offensive or hostile work environment. Unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature, such as sexual advances or requests for sexual favors, is considered sexual harassment.
In any form, harassment is offensive and will not be tolerated at Hertz. If you experience or become aware of any act of discrimination or harassment, you have a duty to report it immediately. Remember that you will never experience retaliation for making a report of misconduct in good faith. To meet that goal, we are each responsible for upholding the health and safety guidelines that apply to our work. We have a duty to report any unsafe conditions so that our Company can take steps to correct the situation as soon as possible.
Ensuring a safe and healthy workplace requires clear judgment and alertness, which drugs and alcohol can impair. For those reasons, we may not possess, distribute or be under the influence of alcohol or drugs, including certain prescription drugs, while conducting Company business or operating Company vehicles or machinery. Our Company will also not tolerate violence in any of its facilities or locations.
If you feel threatened while at work, notify your manager or Human Resources. If you or anyone else is in immediate danger, call the local authorities before reporting the incident through normal channels.
During the course of our work, we provide a variety of sensitive personal information to our Company. This includes health information, government identification numbers and personal contact information.
If your job entails having access to this type of sensitive personal information, you have a responsibility to safeguard it and only use it to the extent necessary to perform the duties of your job. Only share such information with those who are authorized to view it and have a business need to Untitled - bXg cXty XrchXstrX* - WHSR Special 94 pt. 3 (Cassette) it, whether another colleague or someone outside of Hertz.
Always use sound business judgment when performing your duties for Hertz. When in doubt, seek advice from the Law Department. We do not allow gifts and entertainment to improperly influence our judgment Business gifts and entertainment are courtesies frequently used to build corporate goodwill between Hertz and our business partners. Often, these courtesies are appropriate. However, a conflict of interest may arise if these courtesies suggest that favorable treatment was sought by, received from or given to individuals or organizations that do business or seek to do business with Hertz.
Our business decisions should be unbiased, and must be made based on the best interests of our Company. For that reason, both the giving and receipt of gifts and entertainment must be moderately scaled and infrequent. They must also be clearly intended to facilitate goodwill in our business relationships and not to influence the award of a particular piece of business.
What should he do? Confidential employee records should always be safeguarded. Remember that gifts to and entertainment of government officials are held to a much stricter standard than those set out in this section.
We do not allow personal relationships to improperly influence our judgment In order to avoid the appearance of favoritism, we may not supervise or make employment decisions about a family member. Any of these situations would be considered a conflict of interest, but there is no restriction against relatives working together if none of the above-listed conditions result.
For additional information, reference: W, Employment of Relatives.
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