What we do matters. So does how we do it.

We aim to act with honesty, transparency and integrity in all business dealings, and to ensure we comply with all relevant laws and regulations. Ethical business conduct is the responsibility of everyone working for and on behalf of Haleon. It is the foundation for building trust in our company and protects our licence to operate.

Discover how we’re upholding our standards.

Embedding strong governance

We are embedding strong governance for operating as a responsible business, with progress against our goals tracked and reviewed at a business unit and total company level, with regular Board reviews.

Endeavouring to always do the right thing

We endeavour to always do the right thing, including by respecting human rights, protecting the health and safety of people, prioritising product quality and safety, as well as responsibly marketing our products and services.  

Supporting our people’s health and wellbeing

We have an ambition to become industry-leading when it comes to supporting the health and wellbeing of our employees, shaping and setting standards in the local markets in which our employees live and work.

Championing diversity, equity and inclusion

We are committed to creating a truly inclusive environment where everyone can feel a sense of belonging and thrive. Among others, our goals include reaching gender parity in leadership roles[1] by 2030.

Working with responsible suppliers and partners to protect people and the environment

We want to work with third parties who share our commitment to our standards and operate in a responsible way, including compliance with all national laws and regulations and international conventions[2].

[1] Leadership roles = Employees within our compensation grades 0-5. These roles include members of the Executive Team, their direct reports (excluding administration support), heads of department and other upper management.

[2] These include the International Labour Organisation (ILO) Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the 10 principles of the UN Global Compact covering human rights, the environment and anti-corruption.