Please contact the CGO using the following reporting channels: Helpline – 0999 993 0367 Email – firstname.lastname@example.org In writing to – MPTC Corporate Governance Office, 7th Flr. Locsin Bldg, Ayala Avenue cor Makati Ave. Makati City
It is each employee's responsibility to determine that gifts, entertainment, and sponsored travel received are those permitted in this policy. Employees should consult their immediate superior or CGO when the appropriateness is unclear.
As defined in the policy, token gifts, or gifts valued equal to or below Php4000, such as small corporate, promotional gifts, for example pens marked with the company logo and similar items, may be accepted and kept by the recipient, however, all of these must be disclosed. Gifts offered in recognition of a personnel’s participation
As a general rule, gifts offered should be politely refused. Cash or cash equivalents (such as gift certificates, cheques, electronic payments) should be politely refused and returned to the giver. Officers and employees need to be careful and assess what is expected in return when a gift or other favor is offered. In addition, officers
The gift giver or “Third Party” may be an existing or potential supplier, contractor, consultant, or a customer of the company with whom we do business or may do business with the company in the future.
This policy was adopted to provide the safeguards so that the custom of gift giving and receiving shall be handled in accordance with the company’s principles of integrity, accountability, fairness, and transparency; and to ensure that officers and employees practice equal treatment, unbiased professionalism, and non-discriminatory actions. Relatives are also covered by this policy. While