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Revlon, Inc. Code of
UPDATED MAY 2017
A MESSAGE FROM OUR CEO
Over the past eighty years, our Company has worked hard to build our brands and our reputation. Today, we are a top global beauty company with a diverse portfolio of iconic brands and products that are sold in more than 130 countries around the world. The success of our company is a direct result of our values and the demonstration of integrity in everything we do. We are a company that believes how we conduct business matters as much as the results we achieve. Our global growth is built on the trust that consumers place in our brands, our high quality products, the partnerships we have with suppliers, commercial partners and our respect for the communities where we operate. Above all, we aim to grow our business sustainably and responsibly.
As a U.S. public company with a truly global presence, Revlon is subject to numerous laws, rules and regulations. It is the responsibility of each and every Revlon employee, officer and director worldwide to protect our Company by conducting ourselves in strict compliance with the letter and spirit of this Code of Conduct and Business Ethics (the “Code”) as well as with all applicable laws.
Our Code outlines the principles, standards and expectations that guide our business and our behavior. The principles embodied in this Code are fundamental to our Company values – as well as to our Company’s success:
Pursuant to local law, compliance with the Code, and with all applicable laws is a condition of employment with Revlon. The Code is regularly updated to ensure that it evolves with our Company and remains relevant to us and to our business. All Revlon people are required to read, understand, and certify compliance with the Code on an annual basis. Revlon people are encouraged and expected to raise questions and concerns related to the Code, and to notify Revlon Compliance of any conduct that may conflict with the Code or applicable law.
At this exciting moment in Revlon’s history, let us not forget that the Company’s future is in our hands. Strong reputations take decades to build – but can be damaged or destroyed overnight. I know that Revlon can count on each of you to uphold the highest ethical standards of behavior and to protect the reputation of our Company.
CODE OF CONDUCT AND BUSINESS ETHICS
This Code of Conduct and Business Ethics (the “Code”) applies to all Revlon operations, affiliates, and joint ventures, including Elizabeth Arden (collectively, “Revlon” or the “Company”), as well as all directors, officers, employees, and contract labor (collectively, all “Revlon People”). At Revlon, we conduct business in full compliance with this Code, and with all applicable laws, rules and regulations and Company policies.
The Code describes the fundamental principles that guide our conduct. Every Company employee has a responsibility to understand and comply with this Code as well as all additional Company policies and procedures and applicable laws, rules and regulations. In some cases, the Code provides only a summary of applicable policies and regulations on a certain topic. In those instances, a cross-reference to the full policy is provided and is thereby incorporated into the Code.
The Code shall be enforceable to the fullest extent permissible under applicable laws. Where actions otherwise required by the Code (for example, reporting of violations) are inconsistent with applicable laws, Revlon people shall be required to take actions to the fullest extent consistent with both the Code and applicable laws, under the guidance of the Law Department. Any violation of the Code will lead to disciplinary action up to and including termination of employment, as the facts and circumstances warrant. In certain cases, a Code violation may also constitute a violation of applicable laws, which could result in civil or criminal action against Revlon people or the Company.
Each of us is responsible for adherence to the standards of conduct set forth in this Code and for raising questions if we do not understand these standards, or are concerned that these standards are not being met. All Revlon people, upon hire and periodically thereafter, are required to certify understanding of, and compliance with, the Code. Pursuant to local law, compliance with the Code and with all applicable laws is a condition of employment with Revlon. The Code is a statement of policies for individual and business conduct and does not, in any way, constitute an employment contract or an assurance of continued employment, service or retention with the Company.
To the extent required by applicable rules of the New York Stock Exchange, any waiver of the Code for an executive officer or director must be made by the Company’s Board of Directors or designated committee of the Board. Any such waiver of the Code will be disclosed if and to the extent required by applicable laws.
If you have any questions about the Code, its requirements or implementation, or if you have any concerns regarding potential Code violations, you should immediately contact Revlon Compliance. The Revlon Compliance Line is available 24/7 in whatever language you feel most comfortable. You can also reach out directly to the Chief Compliance Officer, your supervisor, the Law Department, or other leaders identified in the Code.
Call: 844-718-6403 or +1-704-916-0601
WE COMPLY WITH U.S. SECURITIES LAWS
As a U.S. public company, Revlon operations and employees worldwide must comply with U.S. securities laws, which include prohibitions on insider trading. In the course of your employment with or service to Revlon, you may become aware of nonpublic information regarding important business or financial affairs of the Company or other firms. The securities laws prohibit trading securities on the basis of such information if it is material. Under U.S. securities laws, information is deemed to be material if an investor would consider it important in deciding whether to buy, sell or hold securities. Examples of types of information that could be considered material are financial results, financial forecasts, dividends, possible mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures and other purchases and sales of or investments in all or part of a company, obtaining or losing important contracts, important product developments, major litigation developments and major changes in business strategy.
Company policy prohibits the misuse of confidential information gained in the course of employment with or service to the Company, including: (i) trading securities on the basis of any such confidential information; or (ii) disclosing such information to another person who uses it for the purpose of trading securities. Information is considered to be confidential if it has not been adequately disclosed to the public. Examples of adequate disclosure include public filings with securities authorities such as the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”), issuance of press releases, and meetings with members of the press and the public. If you are aware of confidential information relating to the Company or relating to firms with which we do business or are negotiating or competing, you may not buy or sell securities of the Company or such other firm, or disclose this information to any person who uses it for the purpose of trading securities.
If you have a question as to whether a trade is permissible, you must contact the General Counsel or Deputy General Counsel and abstain from trading in the affected securities and disclosing the information until you have been authoritatively informed by the General Counsel or Deputy General Counsel that you are not prohibited from trading.
To guard against even the appearance of improper trading, regardless of whether an employee has knowledge of nonpublic information concerning the Company, the Company has instituted the following Policies regarding trading in securities:
You may also contact the Company’s Chief Compliance Officer with questions regarding this policy. Additionally, there may be other periods when, because of special circumstances (for example, a transaction), trading in the Company's securities may be restricted; the General Counsel or the Deputy General Counsel will circulate notices of these periods. Please consult the Revlon Portal to find the Company’s complete Confidentiality of Information and Securities Trading Policy.
WE DO NOT OFFER, MAKE OR ACCEPT IMPROPER GIFTS OR PAYMENTS
Offering, making or accepting improper gifts or payments of any kind on the Company’s behalf or in connection with the Company's business, whether directly or indirectly through a third party, is strictly prohibited. Improper payments include payments that would violate anti-corruption laws such as the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of the UK Bribery Act or any other payments made with an improper or corrupt intent. Improper payments need not be in the form of money, but may include gifts, services or amenities or other types of consideration. It is not necessary that a gift or payment actually be given; the promise or offer alone is prohibited. This applies regardless of the country in which the payment is made, and regardless of whether the recipient is a government official or private citizen. This prohibition also includes payments to expedite or facilitate routine government actions.
While Revlon prohibits all improper payments, it is important to know that anti-corruption laws around the world provide serious civil and criminal penalties for improper payments related to government officials. The definition of a “government official” is broad and can include individuals who are employed by any public entity or institution or who perform any official acts on behalf of a government, regardless of status or seniority. Violations of these laws can have severe consequences for the Company, as well as for the individual Revlon People involved.
The prohibition on improper gifts and payments applies equally to actions taken by a third party on Revlon’s behalf or in connection to Revlon’s business. Indeed, the Company and Revlon People could face civil and criminal liability for the actions of our third parties. It is therefore critical to remember that we cannot use a third party to take any action on our behalf that Revlon people would be prohibiting from taking directly.
In addition, Company Policy prohibits employees from giving or receiving excessive or uncustomary gifts or services to or from others with whom the Company does business, whether or not such gifts or services constitute improper payments as described above. The Revlon Global Travel & Entertainment Policy is available on the Revlon Portal and outlines the required approvals for gifts provided to employees and non- employees. Under no circumstances may cash or gift cards in lieu of cash be given to a Customer, Vendor, Business Contact, or Employee without the prior written approval of Revlon Inc.’s CFO and the Chief Compliance Officer. In addition, all gifts must comply with the Company’s Conflicts of Interest Policy.
Employees must immediately report to the Chief Compliance Officer any suspected improper payment or any offer or request made to a Company employee related to an improper gift or payment.
A copy of the Company’s Policy on “Improper Payments in Connection with the Company's Business” is posted on the Revlon Portal. If you have questions about anti-corruption laws generally, or the Company's Policy on Improper Payments in Connection with the Company's Business, contact the Chief Compliance Officer.
WE DO NOT MAKE PROHIBITED POLITICAL CONTRIBUTIONS
All Revlon People must comply with applicable campaign finance and ethics laws. The Company prohibits the use of Company funds, assets, services or facilities on behalf of a political party or candidate, except under certain limited circumstances. Our policies are not intended to discourage or prohibit employees from voluntarily making personal political contributions, participating in the political process on their own time and at their own expense, expressing their personal views on legislative or political matters, or engaging in any other lawful political activities. However, the Company prohibits employees from compensating or reimbursing any employees or individuals associated with the Company, in any form, for a political contribution that these persons intend to make or have made. Any personal solicitations of employees and individuals associated with the Company for contributions to a political party, candidate or political action committee must be approved in advance by the Chief Compliance Officer and must communicate that all contributions are voluntary, that no one will be adversely affected as a result of his or her decision not to contribute, and that political contributions are not tax deductible.
WE KEEP ACCURATE BOOKS AND RECORDS
Honest, accurate and understandable recording and reporting of information is critical to our ability to make responsible business decisions. Our financial statements and the books and records on which they are based must fully, fairly and accurately reflect all corporate transactions and conform to all legal and accounting requirements and our internal accounting control policies and procedures for financial reporting, as in effect from time to time. It is therefore against Company Policies and a violation of the Code for any employee to knowingly provide false, misleading or inaccurate information, financial or otherwise, to any Company official.
It is likewise a violation of laws and our policies for any employee to take any action to fraudulently or improperly influence, coerce, manipulate or mislead any independent public or certified accountant engaged in the performance of an audit of the Company’s financial statements for the purpose of rendering such financial statements materially misleading or any action that could be reasonably expected, if successful, to result in rendering such financial statements materially misleading.
If you have reason to suspect that the Company’s books and records are not accurate or in accordance with the above stated requirements, you must immediately report the matter to the Chief Compliance Officer.
It is our policy to comply with all laws relating to records preservation. You should note that under various laws, certain documents must be retained for varying periods. These retention periods are set forth in our Records Retention Policy and Records Retention Schedule. Copies of the Records Retention Policy and Record Retention Schedule are available on the Revlon Portal.
If you become aware that there is an impending government investigation, threatened litigation, or that the Company has been served with a subpoena or has reason to believe a subpoena may be served, you must contact the Law Department. If the Law Department has issued a Hold Order, you must retain all records that are covered by a Hold Order until the Hold Order has been lifted by the Law Department. If you have questions about records retention Laws generally, the Company’s Record Retention Policy, the Records Retention Schedule or Hold Orders, please contact the Chief Compliance Officer.
WE DO NOT ENGAGE IN ANTI-COMPETITIVE BEHAVIOR
“Antitrust” is a term for laws that promote free and open competition. All employees must comply with antitrust and competition laws and the principles of the Company’s Antitrust Compliance Guide, as summarized below, in order to ensure that we compete aggressively, but fairly, within the limits of legally acceptable business practices, and to protect us from the consequences of any non-compliance. If you have questions about antitrust laws generally, or the Company's Antitrust Compliance Guide and its principles, please contact the Chief Compliance Officer. A copy of our Antitrust Compliance Guide is also posted on the Revlon Portal for review.
WE PROTECT COMPANY ASSETS, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION
All employees should protect the Company’s assets and ensure their efficient use. All employees must use Company assets only for legitimate business purposes. The misappropriation of Company assets, the provision of any products to any person or entity not in accordance with established Company Policy, and the retention of any benefit that belongs to the Company from a customer, supplier or other person with whom the Company does business, is prohibited. This prohibition includes unauthorized use of the Company’s communications equipment, computers, related facilities or other Company assets, including proprietary information and trade secrets. Such Company assets must not be used for any illegal purpose. Employees must report any theft, fraud, embezzlement, misuse or misappropriation of Company property or resources to the Chief Compliance Officer.
Various Laws govern the use of material and/or information which may be the subject of a trademark, patent or copyright or which may be treated as a trade secret. The Company owns (and/or uses under license) numerous trademarks, patents, copyrights and trade secrets (“intellectual property”) that are vital to its success. To protect our rights, employee use of all intellectual property must be in accordance with all applicable Laws and our Policies, including the Employee Agreement as to Confidentiality and Non-Competition, that all applicable employees signed upon their hire; a copy can be found in the Human Resources department. In addition, we are committed to not infringing the legal rights of third parties with respect to intellectual property owned by them.
A copy of our Global Trademark, Copyright, and Domain Name Policy and is posted on the Revlon Portal. If you have questions about copyright or trademark laws or our Global Trademark, Copyright, and Domain Name Policy, please contact the Law Department. If you have questions about the patentability of a product or idea, patent law or trade secrets laws, or our Unsolicited Submission Policy, which is available on the Revlon Portal, please contact the Law Department.
The Company has developed and uses confidential and proprietary information in the operation of the Company and may, in some instances, have access to the confidential and proprietary information of other parties. Such information consists of any valuable, confidential information which is used in the Company’s business. Employees may not improperly disclose or use any confidential or proprietary information learned as a result of their relationship with the Company. Company Policy prohibits the use of confidential or proprietary information by employees for their own purposes or the disclosure of such information to unauthorized employees or third parties such as competitors, customers, clients or outside contractors. Company Policy also prohibits the improper use by employees of confidential or proprietary information obtained from former employers or other third parties.
WE COMPLY WITH U.S. AND OTHER APPLICABLE TRADE REGULATIONS
The Company and all Revlon People must comply with U.S. trade regulations, regardless of the country in which you are operating. If you are operating in a country outside of the U.S., you must also comply with the trade regulations and other laws of that country. The fact that, in some countries, certain laws may not be aggressively enforced in practice, or that certain violations are not subject to public criticism or penalty, will not excuse any instances of non-compliance. If you have a question as to whether certain activities are prohibited, contact the Chief Compliance Officer and abstain from the activity in question until he or she informs you that the activity may be conducted.
All Revlon people and operations worldwide must comply with the following U.S. trade regulations:
WE PROTECT PRIVACY OF COMMUNICATIONS
It is our policy to comply fully with all laws governing wiretapping and other forms of electronic surveillance. Unless otherwise expressly approved by the General Counsel, it is a violation of our policy for any employee to use any electronic, mechanical or other device to intercept or record the contents of any telephonic, facsimile, modem-transmitted, electronic mail or other electronic communication, unless all of the parties to the communication consent to the interception. This includes, but is not limited to, the use of telephone extensions to overhear other individuals’ conversations. Unless otherwise expressly approved by the General Counsel, it is also a violation of our policy for any employee to use or disclose communications that have been intercepted or recorded in violation of this policy, regardless of whether the employee was responsible for the interception or recording of the communication.
Our policy also prohibits, without the express permission of the Global Director of Security or Chief Compliance Officer, the use of any device on Company property or in connection with Company business to make any sound, photographic or other video recording of another person, unless all persons being recorded are aware of the recording and consent to it.
WE COMPLY WITH ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS AND REGULATIONS
It is our policy that all employees comply strictly with the letter and spirit of applicable environmental laws and the public policies they represent. It is also our policy to seek ways to ensure that our activities not only meet, but exceed, applicable environmental laws. We are committed to evaluating all potential environmental impacts in corporate decision-making with a view to enhancing conservation of energy and natural resources, minimizing the release of any pollutant that may cause environmental damage, minimizing the creation of waste, disposing of waste through safe and responsible methods, and minimizing environmental risks by employing safe technologies and operating procedures and by being prepared for emergencies.
All employees are required to fully cooperate in the implementation of our environmental compliance program, as follows:
WE PROTECT CONSUMERS THROUGH PRODUCT COMPLIANCE AND QUALITY ASSURANCE
We conduct our business in compliance with all applicable Laws governing the manufacture, labeling and distribution of our products. In particular, in the U.S., all requirements of the federal Food and Drug Administration (the “FDA”) must be observed, as well as those of various other federal, state, local and foreign regulatory authorities, including those in the European Union (“EU”), Canada and other countries in which we operate. Such Laws include those relating to quality and safety standards for our products. Quality has been and continues to be the hallmark of our products. Employees are required to adhere to established Company quality standards and quality control and quality assurance procedures. Employees who are aware of any deviations from the Company's established quality standards and procedures, whether intentional or accidental, or of any circumstances in which any of the Company's products are or become adulterated or misbranded or otherwise violate FDA, EU or other laws, must immediately bring these matters to the attention of their supervisor, the Law Department, or the Chief Compliance Officer. Violations of these Laws, even if totally unintentional, carry severe penalties and could result in criminal prosecution of the Company and any involved employees.
WE COMPLY WITH ADVERTISING LAWS AND REGULATIONS
Advertising is regulated by Laws enacted in various countries in which the Company conducts business. Generally, these Laws prohibit false, misleading or deceptive advertising and related activities in the promotion and sale of Company products. All advertising claims about our products (including those claims made in print, radio, TV or which appear on product packaging and those made on the Internet) must be truthful and have a reasonable basis in fact. In particular, in the U.S., the Federal Trade Commission (the “FTC”) requires that all advertising claims be substantiated in advance of their publication or dissemination, and as a practical matter, all television networks in the U.S. and abroad require substantiation of advertising prior to being aired. Fair and accurate advertising is essential not only to comply with applicable laws, but also to preserve the Company’s goodwill and reputation. Employees must not create, approve or disseminate any advertising materials for our products which are false, misleading or deceptive or not in compliance with laws. All advertising and product claims, whether made to the trade or to the public and whether made through the media, over the Internet or on product packaging, displays or otherwise, must be reviewed and approved by the Law Department, in accordance with Company Policies, prior to being disseminated.
WE PROVIDE TRUTHFUL INFORMATION AND ENGAGE IN FAIR DEALING
It is a violation of our policy to knowingly and willfully make false statements or conceal a material fact in any communication to the Company related to official Company action, including statements related to employment, services for the Company, employee benefits, statements made in connection with investigations and required employee reports.
Similarly, each employee should endeavor to deal fairly with our customers, suppliers, competitors and employees. Company employees may not engage in any scheme to defraud the Company or a customer, supplier or other person with whom the Company does business out of money, property or services or to wrongfully withhold or misappropriate the property of others.
It is a violation of our policy, and a criminal offense punishable by fines and imprisonment, for employees knowingly and willfully to make or cause to be made a false statement, orally or in writing, to a government official. It is similarly a violation of our policy and the Law to knowingly and willfully conceal or cause to be concealed a material fact called for in a governmental report, application or other filing. This Policy extends to all communications with any federal, state, local or foreign government agency. If you become aware that false information has been provided to anyone on behalf of the Company, you must immediately contact the Chief Compliance Officer.
WE FOLLOW COMPANY PROCEDURES WHEN RESPONDING TO INQUIRIES FROM THE PRESS AND OTHERS
In order to ensure that our communication with external parties is accurate and consistent with applicable Laws, we limit the individuals who may communicate with the press, news media, investors, analysts, governmental bodies and others. If someone outside the Company, such as the news media, a securities analyst, an investor or a governmental regulatory body, asks you questions about the Company, either directly or through another person, you should adhere to the following procedures:
WE COMPLY WITH LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT LAWS
All employees must comply with all applicable laws concerning labor and employment. We are bound by these laws and have established policies and programs, including equal employment opportunity policies, affirmative action plans, safety and health programs and wage and hour procedures, to ensure compliance with all applicable legal requirements. All Revlon people must comply with anti-discrimination and equal opportunity laws and the principles of the Company's Reaffirmation of Revlon’s Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity Policy; Revlon’s Reasonable Accommodation Policy; Revlon’s Policy Prohibiting Harassment, Including Sexual Harassment, in Connection with Employment (the “Reaffirmations”), as summarized in this Code. If you have questions about anti-discrimination and equal opportunity laws generally, or the Company’s Reaffirmations and the principles summarized in this Code, please contact your local Human Resources Department, the Law Department, or the Chief Compliance Officer. The Reaffirmations are available on the Revlon Portal.
WE AVOID AND REPORT CONFLICTS OF INTEREST
We are committed to promoting the avoidance of actual or apparent conflicts of interest between personal and professional relationships and the ethical handling of any complaints regarding such matters. Separate and apart from complying with applicable laws governing our operations and related Policies, certain of which are described above, each Company employee has a primary business and ethical responsibility to the Company to avoid any interest, activity or relationship that may interfere or conflict with, or have the appearance of interfering or conflicting with, the performance of the employee’s duties to the Company in a loyal and effective manner to the best of its ability and in the Company’s best interest. Accordingly, it is Company policy that no employee shall enter into or permit there to continue any interest, relationship or activity that creates an actual, apparent or potential conflict of interest with the Company, unless such situation is reported to and approved in advance by the Chief Compliance Officer.
In general, “conflicts of interest” include any interest, relationship or activity that is incompatible, or has the appearance of being incompatible, with the Company’s best interests or which potentially affects, reasonably could be expected to affect, or has the appearance of affecting, an interested person’s objectivity in performing services for the Company in a loyal and effective manner to the best of its ability and in the Company’s best interest. A conflict of interest also occurs when an individual’s private interests interfere in any way, or even appear to interfere, with the Company’s interests as a whole. A conflict of interest situation can arise when an employee has interests that may make it difficult to perform objectively and effectively its duties for the Company. Conflicts of interest also arise when an employee or a member of its immediate family receives improper personal benefits as a result of the employee’s position in the Company.
It is recognized that in certain cases, enterprises in which officers, directors or employees have an interest may be actual or potential customers or suppliers of goods or services to the Company. In such cases, those relationships or interests will not pose a conflict of interest if the terms of the transaction are at least as favorable to the Company as terms that would be available at the time for a comparable transaction in arm's length dealings with an unrelated third party. The determination of whether the terms of such interest, relationship or activity meet the foregoing standards shall be made by our Chief Compliance Officer.
A copy of our Conflicts of Interest Policy is posted on the Revlon Portal. In addition, if you have questions about conflicts of interest generally, or the Company's Conflicts of Interest Policy, please contact the Chief Compliance Officer.
Employees are obligated to review their own and their immediate family members’ personal and investment situations and discuss with the Chief Compliance Officer any actual, apparent or potential conflicts of interest that arise (including any possible conflicts of interest that could reasonably be expected to arise) by virtue of their own activities or the activities of their immediate family members. The determination by the Chief Compliance Officer that any interest, relationship or activity does not constitute a conflict of interest because it is at least as favorable to the Company as terms that would be available at the time for a comparable transaction in arm’s length dealings with an unrelated third party shall not be considered a waiver of the Company's Conflicts of Interest Policy.
WE SPEAK UP AND REPORT CONCERNS TO REVLON COMPLIANCE
If you know of or suspect a possible violation of applicable laws, or any provision in the Code, you must report that information immediately to the Chief Compliance Officer, or to your immediate supervisor, or as otherwise directed in the Code. The contact information of the Chief Compliance Officer, and other Company executives referred to in this Code, is set forth at the start of the Code. Reports of possible violations may be submitted anonymously; however, it is preferred that you give your identity when reporting possible violations, to allow the Chief Compliance Officer to contact you in the event further information is needed to pursue an investigation. You will be afforded the maximum possible confidentiality consistent with enforcing the Code.
If you are involved in the possible violation covered by the complaint, the fact that you reported the possible violation, together with your degree of cooperation, and whether the possible violation is intentional or unintentional, will be given consideration by the Company in its investigation and any resulting disciplinary action.
No person reporting a possible violation will be made to suffer public embarrassment or be subject to retaliation because of a good faith report made by such person. Any Company employee responsible for reprisals against any individual who in good faith reports known or suspected possible violations will be subject to disciplinary action, including termination where appropriate. However, the submission of a report which is known to be false or with reckless disregard as to its truth constitutes a violation of the Code and will result in disciplinary action, including termination where appropriate.
WE SUPPORT INVESTIGATIONS OF POTENTIAL CODE VIOLATIONS AND PROHIBIT RETALIATION
All reported violations of applicable laws, the Code or our related Policies will be promptly and thoroughly investigated and will be treated confidentially to the extent consistent with enforcing the Code.
All such investigations will be coordinated by the Chief Compliance Officer. Revlon People are expected to cooperate in the investigation of any alleged violation of applicable Laws or of the Code or related Policies. Providing false information in connection with any Code investigation, or refusing to cooperate in any Code investigation, is a violation of the Code and will result in disciplinary action, including termination of employment where appropriate. Employees must notconduct their own investigations. Acting on your own may compromise the integrity of an investigation and adversely affect both you and the Company.
If the investigation indicates that corrective action is required, the Company will decide what steps it should take to rectify the problem and avoid its recurrence. Disciplinary actions, including, without limitation, termination of employment, removal from position, discontinuation of services or other action as may be appropriate, may be taken:
We are committed to promoting and ensuring compliance with our Code and all applicable laws, including those designed to protect whistleblowers who may report fraudulent activity that can damage the Company or its investors pursuant to the Sarbanes-Oxley and Dodd-Frank Acts. To that end, Revlon strictly prohibits retaliation against any individual who, in good faith, reports a potential violation or participates in a compliance investigation. Specifically, it is a violation of our Code for any employee to discharge, demote, suspend, threaten, harass or in any other manner retaliate or discriminate against an employee in the terms and conditions of employment because of any lawful act done by an employee in good faith to initiate or cooperate in an internal investigation or in an investigation of misconduct conducted by any federal law enforcement or administrative agency.
Call: 844-718-6403 or +1-704-916-0601
Mitra Hormozi EVP,
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