Marks and Spencer Plc

Marks and Spencer’s principles include: Complying with the applicable laws and regulations in all countries in which we operate; Conducting ourselves in a professional manner with the highest standards of honesty and integrity; Following Company policies and procedures; Working with


The MasterCard has a code for its suppliers, which it assumes the Mastercard will also adhere to. Suppliers must: Be committed to the highest standards of ethical conduct when dealing with workers, their suppliers, customers and other third parties. Conduct

Greggs plc

The company states that its commitment to keeping people, communities and values at the heart of the business is deep rooted and can be traced back to the establishment of the Greggs Foundation in 1987.  Rather than have a formal code of


Monsoon asks all of its suppliers to commit to The Monsoon Accessorize Code of Conduct. This is based on ETI standards and sets out minimum requirements relating to working conditions, pay and employment rights. We have zero tolerance for animal cruelty in

W H Smith

W H Smith is committed to ensuring good standards among its suppliers and engaging with the supply base to bring about improvement and like other retailers follows the ILO guidelines: Workers, without distinction, have the right to join or form

Liberty Global plc

Liberty Global plc says it is committed to conducting its business with honesty and integrity. Employees  shall: Engage in honest and ethical conduct, including the ethical handling of actual or apparent conflicts of interest between personal and professional relationship. Avoid

Toys R Us

Toys R Us, like other forms  mingle rules for employees and codes of ethics. It give direct instructions to its employees. You may not accept any gift, regardless of cost or value, from any person or organization that is doing


The Mulberry’s code of ethics hopes it will help it  will make a positive difference to its people, environment and the communities it works in. The Mulberry Global adheres to the principles of international law such as the ILO’s four