ETHOS is designed to help our employees integrate ethics and compliance into their daily work. ETHOS offers our employees the following benefit:
Our Code of Ethics allows CEMEX to clearly and rapidly communicate its culture and values to our employees. Ethical behaviour is key for CEMEX's success.
Read our Code of Ethics to find relevant aspects of our Ethics and Company Values.
Compliance means acting in accordance with the letter and the spirit of the law, our Code of Ethics and our corporate policies. At CEMEX, we must comply with all applicable laws and policies, without exception. The importance of this principle cannot be overstated: if we compromise on matters that we perceive as small or unimportant, we cross a threshold that can easily lead us to more serious misconduct, putting the company's and our own personal situation at risk, and causing grave harm to our corporate culture.
Slavery and human trafficking are abhorrent crimes and we all have a responsibility to ensure that they do not continue. At CEMEX we are proud of the steps we have taken as a company to combat this practice and pride ourselves on conducting our business ethically and responsibly.
Our Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement shows our commitment to ensure that modern slavery is not taking place in our business or any of our supply chains.
Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement Pursuant to the Modern Slavery Act 2015
What is it? Under applicable laws in the United States, Europe, and other places where CEMEX does business, it is a crime for CEMEX directly, or through an intermediary, to offer, pay, or promise to pay, a bribe or anything of value to a government official (including employees of state-owned enterprises and officers of public international organizations) for the purpose of obtaining or retaining business. The term "anything of value" includes both monetary and non-monetary gifts and bribes, and can include favours and other types of consideration.
Why is it important? Bribery and corruption represent illegal, unethical and socially irresponsible activities that can have harsh implications, such as:
CEMEX has fully restored Lade Pits Quarry back to nature, making it safe for public amenity use and as a nature reserve. Handed on to RSPB - for general public to enjoy wildlife View
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CEMEX UK runs a Lend-A-Hand scheme whereby every UK employee volunteers on a community project. View
At CEMEX we believe in building, and building a better future for everyone. A future we can be proud to leave our children, and our grand children. View
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Learn about our sustainability model and the many activities we are implementing to help build a sustainable future, today. View
Tuesday, 10 January 2017
CEMEX supports charity, River and Sea Sense, to take water safety message national
Tuesday, 13 December 2016
Home time for the cattle grazing on CEMEX sites
Thursday, 24 November 2016
Hot of the ‘press’ ....... new CEMEX ReadyBrick Facing range
Monday, 14 November 2016
Driving to success - CEMEX Logistics Apprentices graduate
Thursday, 16 February 2017
Lending a Hand to Barnton FC in Cheshire
Customer J N Bentley Wins Cluster 6 Partners In Safety Award
Tilbury celebrates 3 million tonnes of cement sold since 2008
Wednesday, 08 February 2017
Safer entrance for Cromwell quarry