Statement of Commitment
Engineering/Remediation Resources Group Inc. (ERRG) recognizes that corruption can have a detrimental effect on society by undermining legal systems, damaging social and economic development and free and fair competition.
ERRG is committed to carrying out our business in an honest and ethical manner. We have a zero tolerance for violations of our Code of Ethics and we are committed to the following business principles:
Any breach by employees or others working on our behalf will result in disciplinary action being taken, up to and including termination of employment. Similarly, any third parties working for ERRG will have the business relationship reviewed and/or terminated if they breach our principles.
ERRG has a corporate Code of Ethics program in place to support our principles, which includes a Compliance Officer to oversee ongoing review and education. The Compliance Officer operates independently and will report possible violations to senior management.
Under the Federal Acquisition Regulations, ERRG has an obligation to make a timely disclosure to the Government when it is aware of credible evidence of a violation of law. It is ERRG’s policy to promptly investigate reported concerns or suspected violations and to report these to the Government when management concludes that the evidence or information related to a suspected violation has been provided by a credible source, is more than mere conjecture or unsupported suspicion, and would support a conclusion that a disclosure is warranted if no contrary evidence exists.
Our continued success depends on us doing the right thing at all times and maintaining the highest ethical standards. Only in this way can we continue to earn the trust and confidence of our customers and community in which we live.
Shareholders of Engineering/Remediation Resources Group, Inc.
This is where right is wrong, wrong is right, stupid is smart, smart is stupid…… you get the idea. There will be critical observations and questioning of traditional business thought via random musing on current, and past, experiences in the world of business in America.
Traditional theorists might call it contrarian thinking but regular people would most likely call it common sense. It is something sorely lacking in businesses today and it starts at the top. Now that is contrary to what those in management positions would have you believe!!
Ever wonder how the so called experts became experts? Simple, they declared themselves the keepers of the flame independently and convinced the unknowing masses that their daft observations and actions were worthy of adoption. The next time you are sitting in a meeting where some high minded executive is pontificating on a subject as if they had a corner on the intelligence market dare to think outside the box and question their credentials to be such an authority. From long experience in several companies I can attest to the fact that stupidity knows no bounds and that those in what we call upper management are many times more clueless than you would believe. Partially from the business environment that companies operate in but, many times, due to the corporate culture fostered by upper management.
This blog will feature ruminations on what is good, but many times bad, about the state of businesses today.