by Rogers Corporation on Nov 27, 2017
The Rogers team is passionate about helping the world’s leading innovators solve their toughest material challenges. As we do so, we believe that how we conduct our business is just as important as what we achieve. The Rogers Corp. Corporate Responsibility hub and our updated Code of Business Ethics reflect our commitment to corporate responsibility.
“We believe that how we conduct our business is just as important as what we achieve. We strive for ‘Results, but Results in the Right Way,’” states Bruce Hoechner, President & CEO of Rogers. “This means making choices that are based on what is ethically sound and not just what is easy or expedient.”
Our Code of Business Ethics describes how our Cultural Behaviors are to be translated into concrete actions. It explains what is expected of each of us as we work to achieve our business goals. It is the cornerstone of our ethical culture that we reaffirm daily in our business activities.
What is Workplace Conduct?
Workplace conduct concerns how employees communicate, behave, interact, and treat each other. Improper workplace conduct may involve any communication or display of inappropriate material, offensive behavior, and verbal, physical and all other forms of harassment.
We take that a step further, ensuring that Rogers’ employees conduct themselves with courtesy, consideration, and respect towards each other and towards people who deal with the company. We do not allow harassment in workplace conduct. We prohibit retaliatory treatment against employees that make or assist in making a good-faith claim of improper workplace conduct.
The Rogers Code of Business Ethics describes how our cultural behaviors are to be translated into concrete actions. It is organized around the following policies:
The Rogers Corporate Responsibility hub provides an inside look at the conscience of our company and how we operate around the world. Updating our Code of Business Ethics is the next step in an evolving commitment to demonstrate what we believe in at Rogers Corp. Stay tuned for more.
If you have questions, please contact the Rogers Legal and Compliance Department or Ben Buckley, Associate General Counsel & Director of Global Compliance and Integrity, at firstname.lastname@example.org.