We are committed to helping our customers recycle responsibly, recovering 2.8 billion pounds of products since 1987. More than 75% of our ink cartridges and 24% of HP LaserJet toner cartridges are now manufactured with “closed loop” recycled plastic.1 Our remanufacturing programs give IT hardware, such as servers, storage and networking products, a new lease of life, reducing environmental impacts from disposal. We only recycle products that cannot be reused.
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Acting with integrity and respect for
human rights around the world.
99.97% of active employees, including every senior executive,
completed a one-hour Standards of Business Conduct training course in 2015.
At HP, how we do things is as important as what we do. Integrity is the foundation of our business and our promise to customers and all our stakeholders. Beyond our own corporate values, policies, and codes of conduct we encourage and support ethical behavior by our suppliers, partners, and the broader IT industry.
Our Codes of Conduct
HP is committed to complying with all applicable laws and regulations everywhere we operate. Our global ethics and compliance program is supported by open door reporting and world-class complaint investigation procedures. The following Codes of Conduct lay down ethical expectations for employees and other key partners.
Corruption is a business risk that undermines our values, disrupts fair competition, and threatens customer trust. HP has zero tolerance for corrupt behaviors, including bribery and kickbacks.
We require our employees, business partners, and suppliers to comply with all applicable laws and regulations including the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the U.K. Bribery Act. Our Anti-Corruption standards include:
Anti-corruption Policy: outlines expectations for HP directors, officers, and employees worldwide. Where national laws are more restrictive, those rules apply.
Global Business Amenities Policy: details acceptable hospitality and other business amenities to or from third parties, and related approval processes.
To guard against corruption, HP also conducts strict due diligence of high risk regions and third party business partners. In 2015, we expanded these procedures to include controls related to sales intermediaries, suppliers, and lobbyists as well as rescreening of existing channel reseller partners.
Improving the environmental performance of our customers, operations, and supply chain
Strengthening our communities and enabling the sustainable development of society
Report ethics concerns
We encourage anyone with a concern to speak up and report things that don't seem right.
We provide multiple channels, making it easy to ask questions or report a concern. Use any of the options listed on this page when you have questions or concerns about a potential violation of law, company policy, or HP's Standards of Business Conduct.
Reports are kept confidential and can even be submitted anonymously. We take each and every report seriously; we review every concern raised, respond promptly and investigate alleged violations as appropriate.
For assistance or to report a concern:
Phone: Call the GuideLine from anywhere in the world 24 hours a day. Translators are available and callers can remain anonymous, except where anonymous reporting is prohibited by local law.
From the U.S. and Canada: 800-424-2965
Outside the U.S. and Canada:
- Go to the AT&T Access Codes page
Find your country in the alphabetical listing
Dial the AT&T Direct® Code
When prompted, dial 800-424-2965
Ethics and Compliance Office
1501 Page Mill Road
Palo Alto, CA 94304-1112