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Corporate Governance Framework

Our corporate governance framework sets out the necessary responsibilities and procedures that guarantee we operate properly.

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Dealing with employees under suspicion

12. It is important to ensure that any employee(s) under suspicion of committing fraud or corruption are treated fairly. Any action taken by management to suspend or dismiss an employee in this situation will only be taken in conjunction with the Chief People Officer and Director of Legal. If the decision is made to allow the employee(s) under suspicion to remain in the workplace, additional pre-authorised checks may be necessary, including, for example, a search of the work area, filing cabinets and computer files.

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