Rules Of Business Ethics

The Rules of Business Ethics provides a framework of reference for responsible conduct that all businesses must embrace and provides guidance on how to act on key ethical issues.

We all want to do the right thing for ourselves and our company. All employees of our company must comply with the rules, laws, the Rules of Business Ethics and all company regulations and take ownership of their actions. Meganova employees are obliged to conduct themselves in line with the Rules of Business Ethics, various measures, laws, and regulations that run parallel to these rules, not to mention the company policy and regulations. We expect all our colleagues to abide by these principles and support each other on issues that require more awareness. All our managers lead the way in implementing the prescribed principles and guidelines, ensuring that the teams they work with understand and apply the rules of business ethics, and prepare a platform, if needed, where all legal and ethical issues can be easily discussed. In cases where we believe that the rules of business ethics are not being observed, we freely share our doubts with the Human Resources Department, particularly our managers.


Integrity governs all our transactions, both internally and with third parties. We are guided by integrity and truthfulness in all our actions and interactions.


Employees must not divulge any information about their work and their organization. An employee may not share with unauthorized third parties work-related information, company secrets, employee wages, employee benefits, employee training programs, details about customers, suppliers, company-specific information, commercial secrets, business plans and strategic plans, financial information, R&D projects, the company’s production schemes as well as all commercial and personal information relating to these, including but not limited to all kinds of commercial, financial, legal, technical, administrative etc. information and documents. Such information is strictly confidential and it is the duty of company staff to ensure it remains so. That responsibility continues even after an employee has stopped working for the organization. We may all have access to private information about our company, colleagues, customers and suppliers. We must use such information responsibly and purely for professional purposes to the extent required by our duties and the laws, and share it only with authorized persons.

Conflict of Interest

All employees protect the interests of the company when carrying out the requirements of their roles, and prevent situations where individual interests and those of the company might be in a conflict. Individual relationships with suppliers and customers can create a basis for a conflict of interest. So, we avoid creating situations with potential to give rise to a conflict of interest. We do not derive personal benefits from individuals or organizations or accept favors. Company staff do not exploit the company resources for their own ends. We avoid all actions and behavior to benefit ourselves or our relatives by leveraging the company’s name, reputation and position. We do not disclose sensitive information we possess through our role and position in the company and we do not use it for our personal interests and the interests of our relatives.


The company fulfills all its responsibilities towards its employees, business partners, customers, suppliers, competitors, society and the environment. The employee is obliged to adhere to company rules with regard to management, compliance, discipline, health and safety and all other instructions, rules and procedures relating to these issued by the company. The employee is obliged to work in harmony with his colleagues and managers; to establish good and humane relations with private or official entities and organizations that have a relationship with the company, and to perform his work honestly and expeditiously. It must be our priority to create a working environment characterized by mutual respect, cooperation and equal opportunities where behavioral patterns involving unprofessional conduct, harassment and malicious intentions are not tolerated.

Responsibility for compliance with laws and regulations

All employees of the Company undertake to act in accordance with the laws and regulations; not to act in any way that could harm them or the Company; and to take all possible precautions in this regard. They accept that they will not violate the Labor Code, the Penal Code, the Personal Data Protection Act and other laws and regulations, and that otherwise they may be held liable.

Responsibility to Duty

Employees perform their duties with the utmost attention and care both at the office and during visits to customers.

Responsibility Towards the Environment and Society

Employees undertake to be respectful towards the environment and society and comply with the community rules.

Responsibility to Comply with Workplace Principles and Rules

Employees must comply with workplace rules communicated orally or in writing; keep themselves up to speed with any updates to these rules and comply with them.

Responsibility to show consideration in personal behavior and interactions

All employees agree to conduct themselves properly and respectfully in their interactions with their colleagues, managers and stakeholders.

Responsibility towards Employees

The Company agrees to act in accordance with the rules of business ethics, rules of the workplace, all laws and regulations and to be equal and fair to all employees. It treats employees honestly and fairly and ensures a non-discriminatory, safe and healthy working environment. It makes the necessary efforts for the personal development of our employees.

Responsibility towards Customers

All employees of the Company agree to conduct themselves in line with social rules and conventions in their interactions with customers, and work with diligence and maintain the confidentiality of the customer data, including but not limited to all kinds of commercial, financial, legal, technical, administrative etc. information.

Responsibility towards competitors and compliance with competition rules

Company employees must be careful and considerate in their dealings with competitors and abide by the rules to prevent unfair competition. Otherwise, they accept that they will be held liable.

Responsibility Towards the Environment and Society

Employees undertake to be respectful towards the environment and society and comply with the community rules.

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