Rockwell Automation named one of world’s most ethical companies for seventh time
Published:  20 March, 2015

Rockwell Automation has been named as one of the “World’s Most Ethical (WME) Companies” for the seventh time by the Ethisphere Institute, a recognition that honours companies that continuously improve ethical leadership and corporate behavior at every level of their organisations.

“As a seven-time honoree, Rockwell Automation adopts leading ethical standards and practices that ensure long-term value to customers, employees, suppliers, and investors,” said Timothy Erblich, Ethisphere’s chief executive officer. “Rockwell Automation uses ethics as a means to further define its industry leadership.”

“Ethics and integrity are deeply rooted and ingrained in our culture,” said Keith D. Nosbusch, Rockwell Automation chairman and CEO. “I’m proud of our employees who consistently do the right things, the right way, every day. They differentiate our company, giving us a competitive advantage.”

Rockwell Automation also announced today that its 2014 Corporate Responsibility Report is now available online and in print. Besides detailing the company’s approach to ethical business practices, the report provides highlights and updates on the company’s environmental performance, employee safety and culture, and community relations initiatives.




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