A key element in the Anti-Corruption Programme is capacity-building and regular training of employees. Our anti-corruption training ranges from e-learning programs, dilemma-training and other awareness activities.
Telenor Group’s commitment to integrity and transparency is clearly stated in Telenor’s Code of Conduct. The Code of Conduct is owned and approved by the Board, and all employees are required to sign it.
A description of Telenor’s Anti-Corruption Programme and the Ethics and Compliance function is publicly available on the web sites: https://www.telenor.com/about-us/corporate-governance/ethics-compliance/ and https://www.telenor.com/about-us/corporate-governance/anti-corruption/
The Integrity Hotline is a confidential channel where anyone can ask questions and raise concerns about possible breaches of Telenor’s Code of Conduct, including relevant laws, regulations and governing documents.
See also Telenor Annual Report 2019 -p.44-45
During 2019, Telenor performed close to 25,000 Man-hours training of suppliers’ employees covering Health, Safety and Security as well as Anti-corruption. At the end of 2019, 100% of all our suppliers are covered by an agreement on Supplier Conduct Principles that set out the minimum standards that we expect to see achieved over time, including on ethics and anti-corruption. See also: Key figures
UN Global Compact: Principle 10 and SDG 16