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Click to select an option from the list below. You will find additional information and a definition by clicking on the respective information icon on the right. If none of the categories apply, choose "Miscellanous". If you would like to report more than one incident, choose one category first, and start a new report process for each further category. To return to the home page, click on the Integrity Line logo at the top left of the page.

Equal pay not only benefits women, men and their families, but also the whole economy and society. Swiss Post is actively committed to equal pay and regularly analyses the data. The results are very good, but if there is still a case or you do not feel treated equally, you can report it here. Prerequisite: You are an employee of Swiss Post and you have already discussed the case with your supervisor and your HR business partner and have not reached an agreement.

The public sector can obtain the services it requires using its own resources (in-house) or by purchasing them from third parties (procurement). The purchase of services from third parties is governed by public procurement law. This aims to regulate the procurement of services from third parties by the public sector. The procedure is subject to strict formal rules. It is designed to be transparent, to strengthen competition between providers, to treat all providers equally and finally, to promote the economic use of public funds. The revised law also explicitly mentions combating corruption The following thresholds apply: - Up to CHF 1,000: Decision within the unit - From CHF 1,000: Must be entered in ELBA - From CHF 150,000: Clarification of procedure required (written information to F7/KEK)

Under the Swiss Criminal Code, unauthorized data retrieval, unauthorized entry into IT systems, destruction of data or misuse of IT systems are criminal offences. Data protection particularly applies to data warranting special protection, for example where it relates to religious, political, trade union, health and similarly sensitive matters. Personal data under the Article 4 of the Data Protection Act refers to all data that relates to a specific person or one who can be determined.

The legal principles of antitrust law apply to the following areas: impermissible restraint of trade clauses, abuse of market dominance and control of concentrations between undertakings. Antitrust law aims to foster and maintain effective competition (regulative instrument). The purpose of antitrust law is therefore defined as follows: “The purpose of this Act is to prevent the harmful economic or social effects of cartels and other restraints of competition and, by doing so, to promote competition in the interests of a liberal market economy.” (Art. 1 CartA)

An environment of corruption will involve gifts, invitations, cash, discounts, concessions etc. in connection with suppliers or customers. Under the Swiss Post Collective Employment Contract (CEC) and Management Regulations, employees are not permitted to seek or accept gifts or other benefits, or promises of such gifts or other benefits, either for themselves or on behalf of others if this occurs in the context of their employment (passive bribery). Minor favours commonly offered in a social context, such as an invitation to a meal or a bottle of wine, are permitted exceptions. The opposite case is active bribery, i.e. Swiss Post must not offer its business partners any excessive favours.

According to postal law, Swiss Post has an obligation to provide a self-financed universal service. In doing so, industry-standard employment conditions must be met, reports must be submitted to the owner and to supervisory bodies on an annual basis, and customers must be informed about GTC, prices, rights and obligations.

The code of conduct outlines expectations regarding the behaviour of the staff of Swiss Post and its subsidiaries. Together with the core values, it forms the main guidelines for all members of staff.

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