Collette D'Antignac, Tamika Edwards, Ben Hayward, & Kenneth Ellison FIN/370
March 12, 2013
Ethics and Compliance
More than 100 years ago, W.K. Kellogg founded the Kellogg’s company though his belief in nutrition and dedication to well-being. Motivated by a passion for people, quality and innovation, he created the first ever breakfast cereal and then shaped an entire industry. Kellogg soon became a household name; his signature, a trusted trade mark. Today, W.K. Kellogg’s legacy continues to inspire us. Kellogg’s company is a place where innovation lives. Roles of Ethics and Compliance
Kellogg Company announced today it has been named one of the 2013 "World's Most Ethical Companies" by the Ethisphere Institute, a leading international think-tank dedicated to the creation, advancement and sharing of best practices in business ethics, corporate social responsibility, anti-corruption and sustainability. This marks the fifth time Kellogg has been recognized with this honor (Kellogg Company-Kellogg Company Named as One of the World's Most Ethical Companies by Ethisphere Institute, 2013). Kellogg’s ethical performance culture is guided by our Global Code of Ethics and K Values, which require our employees and stakeholders to protect our reputation for integrity by adhering to the highest ethical and legal standards throughout our business operations. Kellogg also guides their employees to act responsibly, communicate honestly, ask tough questions openly, identify and mitigate potential business risks, seek guidance when appropriate, and raise concerns or disclose problems without fear of reprisal (Kellogg's Corn Flake Cereal, 2013).
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