Nokia Code of Conduct
” As a young entrepreneur one of my core principles was: ‘We want to be proud not only of what we achieve but also of the way we achieve it’. That fits perfectly with Nokia as well, and the Code of Conduct is our guideline to being proud of the way we do business." - Risto Siilasmaa, Nokia Chairman
At Nokia, we value the opinions of others and know that stakeholder and shareholder trust is core to our competitiveness and success. We take professional pride in the work we do as well as how we achieve it. We cherish the Nokia brand and reputation we have managed to build over the years. That’s why we strive for the highest degree of ethical conduct in every action we take. We are committed to running our business in line with internationally recognized ethical and responsible business practices.
Responsible business behavior is one of the cornerstones of Nokia’s culture of performance and integrity. In a company of our size and global scope, the Code of Conduct helps our people to make the right decisions in everyday work.
Nokia is devoted to maintaining a culture in which employees feel comfortable raising concerns and potential violations of the Code of Conduct. We prohibit retaliation against any employee at Nokia who reports in good faith or who participates in an investigation of a possible violation of the Code of Conduct.
Nokia requires all employees to familiarize themselves with and follow Nokia’s Code of Conduct in their work. Our program to make it a part of daily business includes training, materials, team discussions and a mobile app.
How to report a suspected violation of the Nokia Code of Conduct
We want to address concerns quickly and thoroughly. We therefore encourage stakeholders to report suspected violations of our Code or legal compliance promptly by contacting us through any of the following channels:
We won’t require people to identify themselves in jurisdictions that allow anonymous reporting, though this may affect our ability to fully investigate the matter.
Please note that channels for reporting suspected violations of Nokia’s Code of Conduct should not be used for business enquiries, customer complaints or product support. Please look here for alternative contact options.