2. Business Ethics
3. Legal and Regulatory Compliance
4. Professional Conduct
5. Conflicts of Interest
6. Appropriate use of resources
Employees and those affiliated with Wonder International Hospitals (WIH) are obliged to maintain the confidentiality of parents, personnel and other proprietary information, as well as with those who enter into business or professional relationship with WIH. As such employees are entrusted with a wide spectrum of confidential information, which remains the sole property of WIH. Sharing of confidential information with other employees, or others outside the organization is strictly forbidden, unless the person requesting the information has a legitimate reason to know it for WIH business-related purposes.
The duty to report accurate and truthful information also applies to our internal dealings. All work-time and expenses recorded are to be reported accurately and honestly.
WIH expects employees to report known or suspected activity of this type to the Corporate Compliance Office or the Management Committee. Employees who lawfully report false claims or other fraudulent conduct or who otherwise assist in an investigation, action or testimonies are protected from retaliation to the furthest extent possible under the laws of Ghana and the subsequent countries in which it operates.
Performing routine audits or reviews and monitoring, along with internal controls, help WIH prevent and detect fraud, waste and abuse.