How we work
Integrity and compliance
Leading with integrity
Our deep commitment to integrity is essential to our success. We define integrity as a practice of honesty, fairness, and empathy in all that we do.
We are known and respected for dealing honestly and fairly with our key stakeholders. As a team, we remain open and empathetic to each other and are accountable as a team. We believe, with conviction, that acting with integrity at all times is the foundation for success, both individually and together.
Our strong culture of integrity and compliance, together with our values, helps us achieve our purpose: Safeguarding the World’s Most Vital Resources™.
What makes Veralto a special place to work is our commitment as individuals and as a team to doing good things for each other and the world. These aren’t just words—they are our values that we live by each day, and that propel us to have each other’s backs and do the right thing.Lesley Beneteau
Senior Vice President, Human Resources
Code of Conduct
The Veralto Code of Conduct expresses the fundamental expectation that each associate at every Veralto company acts with the highest level of integrity and in compliance with all applicable laws and policies. The Code of Conduct provides guidance on Veralto company policies and common integrity and compliance questions that may arise anywhere in the world when conducting Veralto company business. It also references other resources available to help associates address integrity and compliance questions that are not specifically answered in our Code of Conduct.
Channel Partner Code of Conduct
Veralto requires its business partners, joint venture partners, agents, contractors, distributors, consultants, and any other third-party representatives that act on behalf of the Company (collectively, “Channel Partners”) to meet the same high level of integrity that Veralto demands of itself. This Channel Partner Code of Conduct applies to all Channel Partners worldwide and defines the minimum standards that Veralto expects from its partners. In the case where applicable laws and regulations are more restrictive, Channel Partners must comply with them as well. The Channel Partner Code covers areas including anti-corruption, conflicts of interest, data privacy, competition and import and export controls.