CORPORATE ETHICS & SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Our Code of Ethics
• Rauch-Milliken International, Inc. Purchasing professionals must have a highly developed sense of professional ethics to protect their own and Rauch-Milliken International’s reputation for fair dealing.
• Give first consideration to the objectives and policies of Rauch-Milliken.
• Strive to obtain the maximum value for each dollar of expenditure.
• Decline personal gifts or gratuities.
• Grant all competitive suppliers equal consideration.
• Conduct business with potential and current suppliers in an atmosphere of good faith, devoid of intentional misrepresentation.
• Demand honesty in sales representation whether offered through the medium of a verbal or written statement, an advertisement, or a sample of the product.
• Make every reasonable effort to negotiate an equitable and mutually agreeable settlement of any controversy with a supplier.
• Cooperate with trade, industrial and professional associations for the purposes of promoting and developing sound business methods.
• Foster fair, ethical and legal trade practices.
H2: Minority and Woman-Owned Business Policy
Rauch-Milliken recognizes the value of having an intelligent, effective MBE and WBE policy in place. Although our company’s vendor list is diminutive, we fully support, encourage, and will comply with any policy requirements and/or expectations CCR may have.
Rauch-Milliken International Inc. recognizes the value of diversity in our community and is, therefore, committed to actively developing supplier diversity by supporting Minority Business Enterprises (MBE) and Women Business Enterprises. Rauch-Milliken International, Inc. is committed to providing opportunities to certified Minority & Women-owned vendors for procurement of goods and services. A variety of approaches will be utilized to increase participation such as outreach, participation in vendor fairs and partnering with other TPDC entities to broaden potential vendor volume and shared cost savings.
Partnerships with Non-Profit Organizations for Disaster Recovery Efforts
RMI supports many non-profit organizations each year through its corporate giving activities. Grants are made under the Leadership, and Community Service themes that reflect our company values and complement our business priorities. Our support to the organizations and initiatives below exemplifies our commitment.
RMI has a long history of helping people in times of trouble. The professionals at our offices have worked tirelessly during disasters — aiding victims gain access to food, water, first aid supplies, placing calls, finding people and generally assisting during emergency situations in any number of ways.
Underscoring our tradition in this area, RMI has incorporated this priority into its philanthropic activities, as evidenced by the funds the company and individual employees have provided to deliver humanitarian relief to victims of numerous disasters — including wildfires, floods, earthquakes, tsunamis and other natural and man-made disasters. In the last 15-20 years RMI has provided assistance for over 25 disasters by aiding leading disaster relief agencies such as the American Red Cross and International Red Cross, Medical Teams International, and Doctors Without Borders.