Skip to Content Skip to Search

Ethical standards

Our culture guides our people to behave in an ethical way, to do the right thing and act on any concerns they have. It’s important that all our people live up to this, and we expect the same of our suppliers.

Five lab workers carrying out tasks

Supporting GSK people to do the right thing

Two people smiling

All individuals working at GSK have to complete our ‘Working at GSK’ training programme, which details what our company expects from employees. Our people also receive additional anti-bribery and corruption (ABAC) training. This helps them to identify and mitigate any potential ABAC risk - especially in third-party relationships - and to recognise, report and manage conflicts of interest. Our people also complete mandatory annual conduct training which outlines our zero tolerance of harassment in any form and gives guidance on the support and advice available.

Everyone working inside or outside of GSK can raise concerns or speak to an independent third party through our integrity lines, without fear of retaliation. We take all concerns very seriously and review each report to see whether we need to investigate formally. If our investigations show an employee has breached our policies, we will take action accordingly. 

More on Ethical standards

Back to top