Ethical Practices at Persistent Systems
The Company and its subsidiaries are committed to follow the highest standards of business conduct, integrity and ethics. The objective of this document is to explain guiding principles of Persistent’s Ethics Policy and to establish a framework for its administration.
Whistle Blower Policy
The purpose of the Whistle Blower Policy is to devise a procedure by which Employee/s or non-Employee Stakeholders can report to the Company, allegations of known or suspected alleged Improper Activities.
Code Of Conduct For Directors and Employees
This Code is derived from three interlinked fundamental principles, viz. good corporate governance, good corporate citizenship and exemplary personal conduct.
Code Of Conduct For Prevention Of Insider Trading
Prevention of Insider Trading for dealing in Securities of Persistent Systems Limited to be observed by all Directors and Designated Persons or any such persons as mentioned in this Code.
Anti-corruption Policy is an area of compliance which the Company regards with extreme seriousness. This Anti-corruption Policy will be applicable uniformly to all the Persistent Group stakeholders.
Vendor Code Of Conduct
Persistent Systems Limited firmly believes in conducting its affairs with the highest level of integrity and fairness. Persistent expects that all Persistent Vendors shall adhere to the Persistent Vendor Code of Conduct while they are conducting business with and/or on behalf of Persistent.
The Company is committed to providing and maintaining a work environment that is free of harassment based on gender, race, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation or other protected classifications.
Fraud Risk Management Policy
As a part of corporate governance framework, Persistent Systems Ltd and its subsidiary companies adopted the Fraud Risk Management Policy and procedures to effectively manage the risk of fraud or misconduct in the Company.