Our Ethical Approach
CPM will do its best to develop selective quality standards that maintain, increase and satisfy our strategic allies’ satisfaction and needs. We will not prevent any opportunity that may benefit them and contribute to their success.
Our clients, partners, and guests will continue to be the focus of our attention and through them we believe we can develop our business and resource it with the best practices.
An idea, discussion, point of view, and suggestion will be highly respected, documented, traced, reacted to, followed up within the sufficient time and through the channel that will make it valuable.
The Company respects time as the most important resource of business. Among all other resources, time will continue to mean “money” for the group, and costs are strongly connected to the effective use of this resource.
Blaming others, claiming victimhood, or shifting the responsibility may solve short-term crises, but refusal to take responsibility erodes respect and cohesion in an organization.
CPM will never share in, and/or encourage, and/or participate in any illegal business wherever the group works or practices any business operations.
We believe that “honesty is the best policy” is true today even more than ever and target to practice the best of it in all business practices that satisfy the needs of our clients.
Integrity at Work
Integrity creates strength and stability. It means taking the high road by practicing the highest business ethics standards.
Quality should be more than making the best product, but should extend to every aspect of the work. A person who recognizes quality and strives for it daily has a profound sense of self-respect, pride in accomplishment, and attentiveness that affects everything.
There is no free ride to good work ethics. Trust is hard to earn and even harder to get back after you have lost it. Everyone who meets the group must have trust and confidence in how the group handles the issue of business ethics.
Respect is more than a feeling, but a demonstration of honor, value, and reverence for something or someone. We respect the laws, the people we work with, the company and its assets, and ourselves.
The resilience to be patient and handle the clients business to the best of our ability and to the benefit of the owner the issue of business ethics.
Two or more employees together make a team. It is a business necessity to work openly and supportively in teams whether formal or informal. We need each other, and sometimes-strategic alliances, for effective problem solving in the work place.
Managers and executives should uphold the ethical standards for the entire organization. A leader is out front providing an example that others will follow.