Across Pearson, we are committed to our mission—to help people make progress in their lives through learning. We also care deeply about our values of being brave, imaginative, decent, and accountable. Our mission and values help guide how we interact with learners, customers, partners, and one another.
Every individual also deserves a safe and respectful workplace, regardless of factors such as their sexual orientation, gender, race, age, ethnicity, disability, religious, or political beliefs. Our diversity makes us a stronger and richer company and, for me, is integral to what makes all of us feel proud to be part of Pearson. That’s why I want to ensure that we’re doing everything we can to live up to the commitments outlined in our Code of Conduct.
If for any reason you feel that we’re not doing that, I very much encourage you to speak up to your manager, HR, or directly to me. You can also report concerns anonymously at www.pearsonethics.com. Anyone raising a concern should and can do so without fear of retaliation or consequence. We need to speak up when we suspect violations of the law, regulations, Code, or any of our policies.
We ask you to read and certify that you understand our Code of Conduct, outlining how we work to our mission and values ethically and responsibly. By upholding the Code of Conduct, we demonstrate our commitment to each other and to the communities we serve and interact with every day.
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