6. Business Ethics and Company Work Ethics
6.1 Business Ethics
Business ethics in this Code of Ethics are values and norms that serve as a reference for each individual of the Company to behave with business ethics based on GCG principles in carrying out their business activities so that they become part of the Company’s culture.
6.1.1 Conflict of Interest
Conflict of interest is a situation where a person because of his position or authority in the structure of the Company has a personal interest that can affect the implementation of the tasks mandated by the Company so that its implementation is not objective. With regard to the conflict of interest conditions, all employees need to:
a. Avoid conflicts of interest in any form and personally always prioritize the Company’s business interests above personal interests or other parties.
b. Disclosure if the employee has a competing or supplying business, or has the same business activities as the Company’s business activities.
c. Not conducting transactions and/or using company assets for self, family or group interests.
d. Not receiving and/or giving gifts and/or benefits in any form from customers, suppliers, and/or business partners related to their position in the Company. In the event that for one reason or another the employee is unable to refuse gifts and/or benefits from customers, suppliers and/or business partners, the employee concerned is obliged to report/disclose to his superiors.
e. Do not take advantage of the Company’s confidential information and business data for interests outside the Company’s environment.
f. Not exploiting and using the Company’s intellectual property rights that can harm the interests or hinder the development of the Company.
g. Not holding any position in the Company/institution that wants and/or is doing business with the Company or who wants and/or is competing with the Company.
h. Not giving preferential treatment to customers, suppliers, business partners, government or other parties beyond the policies set by the Company.
i. Disclosing and reporting any interests and/or activities outside the Company during working hours to their superiors to obtain permission.
j. Report to the leadership of the Company if you have family relationships with partners, competitors or suppliers of the Company’s activities and are willing not to be involved in the decision-making process.
6.1.2 Giving and Accepting Gifts, Bribes and Donations
Bribery is an act of giving or promising something to someone and/or a government official that will influence decisions related to his position, including doing or not doing something in his position that is contrary to his obligations. The forms of bribes can be in the form of, but not limited to, money, gifts, goods or other forms that are rewards. Each employee is not allowed to:
a. Giving or receiving bribes that can influence decisions or direct someone to give or receive bribes.
b. Offering services for the purpose of obtaining personal gain in violation of predetermined rules.
c. Providing more facilities to other parties in exchange for personal gain
d. Accepting illegal gifts or gifts or the purpose of giving that is not justified from any party who wants, will and/or is having a business relationship with the Company.
e. Taking other actions that can be categorized as bribery according to the provisions and applicable laws and regulations.
Prizes can be in the form of money or its equivalent, namely checks, vouchers, bilyet giro, goods in other forms given by or to a person and/or government official because of their position:
a. Every employee is not allowed to accept and give gifts in any form that can influence decision making that violates existing provisions.
b. In order to maintain or maintain business relationships, the Company may incur expenses that can be accounted for at the expense of the Company, among others: religious holidays, official anniversary celebrations, farewell to Company officials and expressions of sympathy.
c. Assistance to third parties in the form of goods must include the logo/name of the Company.
6.1.3 Compliance with Legislation
a. Each individual of the Company must implement the laws and regulations of the Company.
b. Each individual in the Company maintains a healthy, harmonious and constructive relationship with legislators (regulators) and other relevant agencies from the central government and regional governments, and must avoid the practice of Corruption, Collusion and Nepotism (KKN) in