Code of Business Ethics

Respecting Human Rights

Our company respects and values the diversity reflected in our various backgrounds, experiences and ideas. Together, we provide each other with an inclusive work environment that fosters respect for all our employees and those with whom we do business. As part of our commitment to our employees, communities and our world, Rogers will not tolerate any instances of human trafficking or other forced labor. We also will never knowingly conduct business with any third parties who engage in human trafficking, child or forced labor or human rights abuses.

We shall comply with all applicable local governmental laws, regulations and international standards with respect to the health and safety of our workers.

Employment is on a voluntary basis and workers are free to leave work or terminate their employment with reasonable advance notice as required by applicable law. We shall not require monetary deposits or retain identity papers or work permits as a condition of work.

Workers shall not be subjected to corporal punishment, mental coercion, physical contact, sexual coercion, verbal abuse or the use of gesture, language or graphic materials that are threatening, abusive or exploitive.

What is expected of you?

  • Never commit Rogers to doing business with any customer or supplier that we know tolerates the use of child labor, or forced and/or bonded labor.
  • Ensure that customers and suppliers comply with these principles.
  • Help to develop and maintain systems and procedures designed to keep workers safe and protect them from occupational hazards, harassment and abuse.

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