GSK Code of Conduct
Everything we do is guided by our commitment to our company values – transparency, respect for people, integrity and patient focus. The foundation of this commitment is laid out in our Code of Conduct.
All of our staff are expected to read, understand and abide by our company Code of Conduct. We support their understanding with training and guidance so we can make the right decisions in any situation.
Anti-Bribery and Corruption (ABAC) Program
The Anti-Bribery and Corruption (ABAC) Program is part of our global response to the threat and risk of bribery and corruption. It is designed to assist internal and external parties understand corruption risk and identify people’s responsibilities to actively combat both real and perceived corruption.
Related policy: Anti-Bribery and Corruption Policy (PDF)
GSK Third Party Code of Conduct
GSK strives to conduct business with third parties (including complementary workers, suppliers and other business partners) who share our commitment to high
ethical standards and operate in a responsible and ethical manner. Accordingly, all of our third parties are expected to read, understand and abide by our company Third Party Code of Conduct.
Anti-Bribery and Corruption Guidelines for Third Parties
We provide our Third Party Guidelines to all third parties that we engage with in order to make them aware of our anti-bribery and corruption policies and what we expect from them as our business partners.
GSK Procurement Policy
Our Procurement Policy can be viewed here.
GSK Whistleblower Policy
Our Whistleblower Policy can be viewed here.
Social Media Policy
GSK Australia has a Twitter account (@GSK_AU) that allows you to follow GSK news and activities. GSK does not commit to responding to @ mentions and/or replies, and is not responsible for content altered via re-tweets by other Twitter users.
- adding, removing, or modifying any content posted on the account;
- blocking other Twitter users; and
- discontinuing the account at any time.
Medical and health topics may be discussed but should not be construed as medical advice.