Our One Elders Values set the tone of Elders’ culture from the top, establishing the behaviours we expect from all our employees and Directors, including our Board.
These values, of integrity, accountability, teamwork, innovation and customers, together with our Eight Point Plan, our corporate governance and risk management frameworks, underpin our key sustainability principle of operating ethically and to the highest standard.
Our governance practices are aligned with the fourth edition of the ASX Corporate Governance Principles. You’ll find our most important governance policies in our Investor Centre.
Responsible sourcing and modern slavery
Elders reports on its action addressing the risk of modern slavery in its operations and supply chains in our annual Modern Slavery Statement.
We also outline the minimum ethical expectations we have of our suppliers in our Responsible Sourcing Code.
We will continue to work with our internal teams to further embed ethical risk assessment and mitigation into our day-to-day operations and supplier relationships. Over the coming years, we will also continue to focus on improving the identification and mitigation of modern slavery and other environmental and social risks and report on our performance in future Sustainability Reports and Modern Slavery Statements.
For more information read the full sustainability report.