Our business is built on public trust and reputation. It influences how third parties perceive us as a company. We have seen plenty of examples in recent years of companies with once stalwart reputations tarnished forever by unethical actions of a few people or even just one person.
Read our Code of Conduct. It is an important document that we expect our employees and everyone doing business with us to uphold. Keep it with you and refer to it often. And when you have questions, please voice your opinion.Read More
This is our published corporate anti-corruption policy. It is essential that this policy be reviewed year after year.
The purpose of this Anti-Corruption Policy is to reiterate Centennial’s commitment to full compliance by the Company, its subsidiaries and affiliates, and its officers, directors, and employees.Read More
At Centennial Towers, we hold our employees, customers, shareholders, communities, governments and suppliers doing business with us to high ethical standards. Adhering to our policies along with the applicable laws and regulations everywhere that we do business is paramount to preserve the integrity of both our reputation and brand. We encourage you to voice a concern you may have by clicking on the button below and while you may choose to remain anonymous, confidentiality in all instances will be maintained to the fullest extent possible.