Easy Grants is committed to the highest integrity standards in all our business practices. We have adopted this Code of Ethics to guide our employees and contractors in conducting business legally, ethically, and responsibly.
1.Honesty and fairness
We are honest and forthright in all of our dealings with customers, employees, and business partners. We do not misrepresent our products or services or make misleading statements. We avoid unfair or deceptive acts or practices.
2.Conflicts of interest
We avoid situations where our personal or business interests conflict with the interests of others or our duty to render objective services. Employees and contractors disclose any real or potential conflicts of interest.
We protect the confidential information of our customers, employees, and business partners and only disclose such information as permitted or required by law.
4.Compliance with laws
We comply with all applicable laws and regulations and expect employees and contractors to understand and adhere to the legal requirements applicable to our business.
5.Protection of company assets
We safeguard the assets and resources of the company and ensure they are used legally, ethically, and only for legitimate business purposes.
6.Diversity and inclusion
We value diversity and inclusion in our workforce and business partners. We respect and celebrate the differences among people, cultures, and perspectives. We do not tolerate any form of discrimination, harassment, or bullying based on protected characteristics such as age, disability, gender identity, race, religion, or sexual orientation.
We are committed to operating our business in a responsible and sustainable manner. We consider our decisions and actions’ environmental, social, and economic impacts. We strive to minimize our negative impacts and maximize our positive contributions to society.
These principles apply to all of our operations and represent our commitment to conducting business legally, ethically, and responsibly. Violations of this Code will be subject to disciplinary action, up to and including termination of employment or business relationships.