Guided by integrity
Each and every day, CommScope professionals are held to an exemplary ethical standard set by our Code of Ethics and Business Conduct. These guiding principles reflect our core values and provide a framework for expected conduct on the part of our employees and third-party representatives.
While the rules and procedures outlined in the code are based on a variety of applicable laws, regulations and international standards, they also reflect a higher principle: doing the right thing.
“We accept nothing less than fair, honest and ethical conduct in our daily business activities. To deliver strategic growth opportunities for our customers, value to our owners, and a thriving, collaborative culture for our diverse employees, we choose to operate with integrity.”
– Eddie Edwards, President and Chief Executive Officer
Transparent, honest business
CommScope is committed to the highest standards of honest, transparent business practice—regardless of where that business transpires.
As a U.S.-based company, we are subject to the requirements of the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and similar laws in foreign countries where we operate, such as the U.K. Bribery Act. The FCPA and the U.K. Bribery Act both prohibit bribery and inaccurate accounting.
CommScope is serious about complying with both our internal standards for integrity and external legal requirements like the FCPA. The documents on this page are intended to help our employees understand our obligations and maintain this compliance.
Download our Third Party Business Associate Retention Policy
Download our Anti-Corruption and FCPA Compliance Policy
Download our Anti-Corruption and FCPA Policy (Exhibits B and C)
Download our Anti-Corruption and FCPA Policy (Exhibit A - Approval Form)
Frequently Asked Questions about FCPA
Download our Anti-Bribery Provisions Policy
Reporting a Concern
As part of our overall compliance program, CommScope encourages all of our stakeholders to ask questions or report concerns. We enforce a strict policy prohibiting retaliation for reporting a concern or suspected misconduct in good faith.
To report your concern, please choose one of the following options:
- Contact your supervisor or manager.
- Contact your local facility ethics officer (generally the HR manager at your facility).
- Email William Pleasant, our Corporate Ethics and Compliance Officer, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Submit a confidential report using CommAlert®. Where permitted by applicable law, CommAlert supports anonymous reporting.
We value our reputation for integrity and each individual accepts the personal responsibility for maintaining it.