Reporting a Concern
Glenmark has established various ways for individuals to raise concerns regarding the conduct of its employees or agents, or ethical, legal or other issues related to the way Glenmark is conducting its business. One way in which you may raise issues, the Ethics and Compliance Hotline, is described below. Additional ways to report are identified in our U.S. Code of Business Conduct Handbook.
The Ethics and Compliance Hotline offers two options for making a report or asking a question anonymously and confidentially (where permitted by applicable law): either through a telephone hotline or an online website portal. You may report any conduct or action which is, or may appear, inconsistent with applicable law, Glenmark policies, our U.S. Code of Business Conduct Handbook, or our values. You may also use the Ethics and Compliance Hotline if you have a general compliance question or concern. The Ethics and Compliance Hotline operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and is managed by a third-party.
Glenmark will not discipline, discriminate against or retaliate against any employee who reports a complaint or concern, unless it is determined that the report was knowingly made with the knowledge that it was false.
Glenmark takes seriously all reports to the Ethics and Compliance Hotline and has a process in place to handle all reports on a case-by-case basis.