Code of Conduct and Business Ethics

Code of Conduct and Business Ethics



Pos Malaysia Code of Conduct and Business Ethics is based on our commitment on how to operate and make decision in a completely ethical and professionally in a just, considerable and fair manner.  The main purpose of this code is to ensure all employees, officers in this organisation that we have an obligation to observe the highest standards of integrity and personal ethics when conducting a manner on behalf of the company and the company does not tolerate any form of misconduct and unethical principal in any circumstances. 

The code is to guide the employee to achieve and retain a high standard of business ethics and to display a  favourable conduct while performing duties at the workplace.  The code is not a comprehensive manual that guides us while executing our duties.  This code discusses the issues as well as presenting the guideline on the main policies and procedures.

It is the responsibility of the company to uphold and preserve the image and the reputation of the company as well as the company’s assets through a just and consistent administrative manner and concurrently produce disciplined, efficient and productive employees.


All employees of the company are to perform their duties and responsibilities in an efficient manner skilfully as well as maintaining a disciplined/favourable conduct at all times.


The discipline in the company is referred to as the obligation towards the rules and regulations continuously to achieve the desired objective and level of productivity.


Misconduct in service refers to an employees’ conduct or actions which contradicts or conflicting with his/her agreeable contract or any terms and conditions ruled out by the company in a written on unwritten manner.


The company has the right or authority to impose disciplinary actions against any employee who are found to be not disciplined, or inefficient or negligence while performing their duties or any misconduct that is not in line with any set of rules and regulations listed in the Employment Contract, Mutual Agreement, Employees’ Terms and Conditions Book, Disciplinary Procedure or any rules that had been set by the company.