Evoca adopted its own ethical code in 2007. The document identifies the company's values and specifies a set of rights, duties, and responsibilities of the interested parties. The goal is to promote high professional standards and combat all behaviors that are not in line with the applicable rules and corporate values.
Organisation, Management and Control Model pursuant to Legislative Decree 231/2001 (“Model 231”)
It is a set of protocols that regulate and define the company structure, and the management of its sensitive processes, to reduce the risk of employees committing criminal offenses and the consequent administrative liability of the company. As part of Model 231, an independent Supervisory Body (also "SB 231") was set up with the task of supervising compliance with the Model and, naturally, the Code of Ethics, its correct functioning and updating. Evoca introduced this organization, management and control model in 2007
For the development and the diffusion of Evoca's fundamental values, a series of policies have also been adopted in different areas:
Respecting the law and the principles expressed in its own Code of Ethics is a fundamental aspect of EVOCA's conduct. Consequently, EVOCA supports and encourages its employees, collaborators, suppliers, customers, and partners to report potential behaviors that do not comply with Evoca's standards, and in general, potential violations of laws, the Code of Ethics, and the Group Evoca's policies and procedures.
For this purpose, EVOCA has established a dedicated platform for reporting. EVOCA ensures the utmost confidentiality and discretion in managing reports and guarantees that no retaliatory measures will be taken against those who report the aforementioned behaviors in good faith.