At Quest, we make a commitment every day to uphold the highest standards of integrity and ethical conduct in our relationships with our customers, employees and vendors. As all human beings should be treated with dignity and respect, Quest considers that modern slavery and human trafficking is an abhorrent crime that inflicts unacceptable harm on vulnerable adults and children. We support the principles of the UK Modern Slavery Act of 2015 (MSA) and we confirm that we are in compliance with the MSA and all related laws wherever we do business.
Our Code of Conduct and Policies
Our reputation and our success depend upon the honesty, integrity and respect brought to the job by every person associated with Quest. It is therefore essential that employees, contractors and anyone who purports to act on Quest's behalf in any fashion understand, adhere and comply with all laws and regulatory requirements in every country where Quest operates. We require strict compliance with all policies, and ethical principles relating to anti-slavery standards, and we include those principles in the foundation of our company culture.
In our Code of Conduct, Quest is committed to respecting and promoting human rights by
To supplement the general guidance of the Code, Quest has adopted the following specific policies and standards that apply globally:
All Quest employees must be familiarized with Quest's Code of Conduct, policies and standards. In that regard, a mandatory ethics and compliance training is provided to all employees annually. In addition, employees are encouraged to talk to their managers, or to contact Human Resources or the Legal Department if they have questions or need support.
This statement is made pursuant to section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and constitutes the Quest's modern slavery and human trafficking statement for the financial year ending 31st of January 2021.
This statement applies to Quest Software Inc., Quest Software International Limited, One Identity LLC, and One Identity Software International DAC.
Signed on December 12, 2020.