Our company’s leadership is strategically implementing a sustainability governance model to ensure executive awareness and alignment around key risk areas. Continuing with the evolving process, the VotRite Leadership Team and Board of Directors are kept apprised of the various risks and opportunities.
By using management insight and support, customer feedback, and internal policies and procedures, we continue to address the material issues across the business.
As we expand our presence into emerging free-market economies, we must be keenly aware of attendant risks such as bribery and corruption. Therefore, we must pay close attention to relevant metrics such as Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI), which ranks 180 countries by their perceived levels of corruption as determined by expert assessments and opinion surveys. As we work with our expanding global customer base and supply chain, we’re constantly reminded of the cultural learning curve and the need to mitigate likely risks.
VotRite, like all companies, does not budget for the high cost of noncompliance — that cost comes right off the bottom line. By impressing this reality on employees and identifying the greatest risks of noncompliance, we invest sufficient expenditures up front to appropriately prevent, detect and react to noncompliance with the same rigor and efficiency with which we approach our growth initiatives.
Whether it’s charitable activities or political engagements, VotRite employees are informed and involved in the decisions that affect their company. VotRite believes that supporting candidates who understand the company’s legislative initiatives and policies is appropriate and in the best interest of its customers, employees and stockholders.
VotRite is committed to compliance with the laws and regulations in each country into which the company ships our products. VotRite products are designed and tested to meet the appropriate worldwide standards for Product Safety, Electromagnetic Compatibility, Ergonomics and other regulatory compulsory requirements, when used for their intended purpose.