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Millennium Ethics and Code of Conduct
Driven by our founders and leaders, we strive for a wholesome workplace that practices: Good Morals, Positive Behavior, Sound Decision Making, Lawful Conduct, Strong Leadership, Customer Satisfaction, and more
Millennium Code of Ethics
Leaders set objectives and define the direction for the group. Leaders create and embrace change and set the example. Leaders are committed to professional development starting at the lowest levels of the company. Leaders demonstrate initiative, and follow through.
Those with integrity possess strong moral character, exhibit consistency between words and deeds, and do what’s right. They establish trust by demonstrating honesty, ethical behavior, and accountability.
Customer focus is demonstrated by responsive, dependable, empathetic advocacy of customer’s needs, goals, and objectives thereby creating positive word of mouth advertising about Millennium.
Effective communicators set clear objectives with explicit, measurable, goals and a realistic timeframe for achievement. They are available and approachable, and demand performance while providing constructive evaluation and feedback.
Having vision is possessing a keen sense of what to do to maximize the potential of the company. It’s demonstrated by proactive, forward thinking and planning that anticipates and delivers performance beyond the company’s and customer’s current needs.
Good decision-making requires good decision analysis. It requires identification of options, clarity of judgment, completeness, thoroughness, decisiveness, and effective implementation. In short, it means getting it correct.
Always look for a better way of doing things. Seek new, innovative opportunities to excel, overcome adversity, and provide alternative, constructive views. Continually improve processes and systems to improve productivity.
Our employees are the bedrock upon which all our goals and missions are built. Our employee-first, employee friendly culture is accomplished through fair and equal treatment, challenging work, teamwork, a willingness to help each other, rewards and recognition, and trust and empowerment of our people.
Millennium Code of Conduct
Employees must follow applicable laws, rules and regulations at all times.
In performing their duties, employees are expected to use their judgment to always act in the best interests of the Company and to not allow personal interests to interfere with the best interests of the Company. A conflict of interest may also arise from an employee's business or personal relationship with a customer, supplier, competitor, business partner, or other employee, if that relationship impairs the employee's objective judgment. Employees should attempt to avoid conflicts of interest and employees who believe a conflict of interest may exist should promptly notify the OCI Compliance Officer.
Millennium provides equal opportunity in all aspects of employment and will not tolerate any illegal discrimination or harassment of any kind.
Millennium provides a clean, safe and healthy work environment. Each employee has responsibility for maintaining a safe and healthy workplace and reporting accidents, injuries and unsafe conditions, procedures, or behaviors. Violence and threatening behavior are not permitted. Employees must report to work in a condition to perform their duties, free from the influence of illegal drugs or alcohol.
Employees may not bribe anyone for any reason, whether in dealings with governments or the private sector. The U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and similar laws in other countries, prohibit offering or giving anything of value, directly or indirectly, to government officials in order to obtain or retain business.
Millennium’s financial books, records, accounts and financial statements must be maintained in appropriate detail, must properly reflect the Company's transactions and must conform both to applicable law and to the Company's system of internal controls.
Employees should speak, without fear of retribution or consequence, with anyone in their management chain when they have a question about the application of the Code of Conduct or when in doubt about how to properly act in a particular situation. Employees who violate the Code of Conduct will be subject to disciplinary action up to and including discharge.
Contact the Millennium Ethics Hotline if you wish to report a violation or ask ethics questions.
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