SunEdison’s Code of Business Conduct establishes a mechanism for reporting ethical concerns. Alternatively, subject to local law, any person may openly or anonymously ask a question or report any ethical concern or potential or actual legal violation, including any accounting, financial tax or anti-bribery matter, to the Ethics and Compliance Helpline.
Country Specific Information
You are not required to use the Helpline to report your concerns. In fact, some local laws limit the issues you may report through the Helpline to financial, accounting, banking, anti-bribery and other serious matters. If you have questions, please contact your local Human Resources Manager or the Global Ethics and Compliance Committee for clarification.
Retaliation is Prohibited
SunEdison will not permit any retaliation against any employee who reports an ethical, legal or financial concern nor will it discipline any employee for making a report in good faith. If you feel that you have been retaliated against, contact your local Human Resources Manager or the Global Ethics and Compliance Committee immediately.