Eaglestar is committed to the highest standards of integrity, openness and accountability in the conduct of its business and operations. It aspires to conduct its affairs in an ethical, responsible and transparent manner.
Recognising the abovementioned values, Eaglestar provides an avenue for all employees of Eaglestar and members of the public to disclose any improper conduct within Eaglestar.
Employees can disclose any improper conduct (misconduct or criminal offence) through Eaglestar’s established internal channels. Such misconduct or criminal offence includes the following:
- Abuse of Power;
- Conflict of Interest;
- Theft or embezzlement;
- Misuse of Company’s Property; and
- Non Compliance with Procedure
The above list is not exhaustive and includes any act or omissions, which if proven, will constitute an act of misconduct under Eaglestar ‘s Code of Conduct and Business Ethics (CoBE) or any criminal offence under relevant legislations at the material time.
Protection to Whistleblower
A whistleblower will be accorded with protection of confidentiality of identity, to the extent reasonably practicable. In addition, an employee who whistleblows internally will also be protected against any adverse or detrimental actions for disclosing any improper conduct committed or about to be committed within Eaglestar, to the extent reasonably practicable, provided that the disclosure is made in good faith. Such protection is accorded even if the investigation later reveals that the whistleblower is genuinely mistaken as to the facts and the rules and procedures involved.
Any employee or members of the public who wishes to make a report is not obliged to disclose his identity and may remain anonymous.