Below you will find our code of Conduct and Ethics. This code is an integral part of our identity and must at all times be upheld by our staff and contractors.
If one of our staff or contractors has violated this code in any way, please notify us immediately.
Code of Conduct and Ethics
Here at Sage Infrastructure Solutions Group Inc, we are committed to only doing what we call "good business." What this means to us that we uphold at all times the following core values:
Provide only work you are proud of
Abide by the law
Respect the environment
Succeed by working together
We expect all of our employees, contractors, and directors to abide by this code. Failure to do so may result in disciplinary action, including termination of employment.
It is of the utmost importance to us that this code is upheld at all times. For this reason, there shall not under any circumstances be any retaliation against any individual that reports a violation of this conduct.
Our customers rely on our advice to make important business decisions. It is up to all of us to make sure that we earn that trust we have been given. That is why when giving advice we must be vendor agnostic despite our vendor partnerships and ensure our customer's needs get met.
In our business, we regularly come into contact with sensitive information about our customers and on occasion their customers. We must handle this information with care and respect our customer's privacy.
You must never under any circumstances commit fraud. You commit fraud whenever you alter, withhold, misrepresent, or fabricate information for your benefit or the benefit of others. If you see or suspect fraud, it is your responsibility to report it.
5. Confidential Information
During your time employed at Sage Infrastructure Solutions Group Inc, you will acquire certain information about our company, customers, suppliers, and partners. Always handle this information responsibly and if you are ever unsure of how data should be handled ask.
6. Intellectual Property
We must all work together to protect our intellectual property as it is an invaluable asset. Intellectual property includes trademarks, brands, designs, guidelines, processes, program code, inventions, and trade secrets.
7. Information Systems Security
It is the responsibility of every employee to use our information systems securely and ethically. Security starts with the individual, and it is for this reason that we expect all of our employees to raise security concerns, remain vigilant, and seek out help when needed.
8. Conflicts of Interest
Under no circumstances should any employee, director or contractor of Sage Infrastructure Solutions Group Inc, participate in a conflict of interest. We are obligated to act in the best interest of our company at all times. If at any point you suspect yourself or a colleague have a potential or actual conflict of interest it is your responsibility to report it.
9. Drugs and Alcohol
Our company will not tolerate substance abuse. Employees, directors, and contractors are expected to show up to work sober. Showing up to work impaired may endanger yourself, other employees, or our customers. For this reason, if a manager or executive finds reasonable cause to suspect you are impaired (For example irregular speech, appearance, and or behaviour) the manager or executive may request a drug screening. We have zero tolerance; attending work impaired will result in the termination of your employment.
10. Use of Equipment and Facilities
Employees, directors, and contractors are expected to respect the property of Sage Infrastructure Solutions Group Inc, at all times. Sage Infrastructure Solutions Group Inc, may monitor, intercept, or disclose the information stored on or within its equipment as by lawful warrants or subpoena.
11. Employee Data
Sage Infrastructure Solutions Group Inc, is committed to safeguarding employee information. Access to this data will abide at all times by Canadian law and corporate policy.
12. Physical Security
Our employees are expected to keep their corporate assets (Computer, phone, tablet, etc.) secure. Employees are also expected to work to remain vigilant of physical security breaches both on our premises and our customers.
13. Handling Information
All the information at our company must be classified and handled appropriately. Employees, directors, and contractors are expected to follow the standards and guidelines within our Data Loss Prevention policy.
14. Business Opportunities
Business opportunities found through your work for Sage Infrastructure Solutions Group Inc, belong first to the company unless otherwise stated.
15. Workplace Safety
Violence in the workplace will not be tolerated. We are committed to providing a safe, inclusive work environment for everyone. All employees, directors, and contractors are required to report safety concerns.
16. Pets in the Workplace
We love our pets. However, unfortunately, not everyone we work with does. This may be due to allergies, fear, or personal opinion and as such pets are not allowed in our facilities.
17. Sexual Harassment and Sexism
Sage Infrastructure Solutions Group Inc, is an equal opportunity workplace. Sexual harassment and or sexism will not be tolerated. Employees, directors, and contractors are expected to report any instances of harassment and or sexism immediately. An unbiased investigation will be conducted and if the accused is determined guilty their employment will be terminated.
Employees, directors, and contractors are expected to inform management of any allergies that they have. This includes allergies that may jeopardize their health or otherwise cause discomfort. Management is required to inform the staff of these allergies while respecting individuals privacy. Employees, directors, and contractors are required to do everything within their power to prevent allergic reactions in the workplace. For example, if a colleague is severely allergic to peanuts do not bring them into work. If an employee, director, or contractor is caught ignoring allergies that they have been informed of they may be subject to disciplinary action. If a life-threatening reaction is caused, it may result in the termination of employment.
Last Updated: February 22, 2019