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SpeakUp DXC!

DXC Technology is committed to engaging in ethical business practices, complying with the laws in all countries where DXC conducts business, and providing a proper and professional work environment. Our CLEAR Values and Code of Business Conduct make explicit the expectation that employees and others responsibly seek advice and report known or suspected misconduct. In this context, “misconduct” is any action inconsistent with our CLEAR Values or which would violate the Code, DXC policy, or the law. The SpeakUp! DXC program establishes several open, confidential and—as allowable by law—anonymous channels for seeking advice or reporting concerns:

  • Any direct manager or “skip-level” manager.
  • The Chief Human Resources Officer or any member of the DXC HR Department.
  • The General Counsel or any other member of the DXC Legal Department.
  • The Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer or any other member of DXC’s Ethics and Compliance Office
  • Internal Audit or Corporate Security
  • OpenLine, DXC’s always available, confidential, anonymous, toll-free and web-enabled advice and reporting channel.

Confidentiality, Anonymity, and DXC’s Stance on Retaliation

DXC knows there may be some reluctance to ask questions or report misconduct. For this reason, DXC offers multiple channels for you to find comfort. In some cases and in many countries, you may make a report anonymously. And in our efforts to resolve reported issues, DXC controls access to reported information, allowing its distribution to only those who need it to properly investigate.

DXC is committed to conducting a fair and thorough review of all actionable concerns, to maintaining employee confidence and confidentiality to the extent the law permits, and to protecting employee personal data, as appropriate.

DXC expressly forbids retaliation, direct or indirect, against any employee who in good faith reports misconduct or participates in a company investigation of misconduct.