Our social responsibility principles inform the way we work. CTG is committed to the highest standards in our labor practices, the health and safety of our employees, and business ethics.
CTG has business operations in North America, Western Europe, and India, all regions with strict labor laws regarding human rights. We have internal policies intended to ensure our compliance with these laws, and we will not knowingly conduct business with anyone who violates these laws or basic human rights. We are committed to adhering to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), local labor laws, and prevailing wage rates. CTG prohibits any form of workplace or sexual harassment, and all employees are required to work in a manner that prevents harassment in the workplace. This policy is one component of CTG’s commitment to a discrimination-free work environment.
None of CTG’s owned or leased office spaces are subject to industrial hazards and all adhere to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) office standards. We will not knowingly transact business with, or place our team members at, companies that do not enforce appropriate workplace safety and health standards.
Our Code of Business Conduct serves as our baseline for business ethics, and all employees are required to adhere to these guidelines. We’re committed to providing clients with high-quality services that conform to mutually agreed-upon requirements and maintain certifications that support our Quality Charter, including 9001:2015 certification for our European operations.
CTG Luxembourg PSF holds the “Entreprise Socialement Responsable” (Socially Responsible Enterprise) label that is awarded by the INDR Luxembourg (Institut National pour le Développement Durable et la Responsabilité Sociale des Entreprises), an organization that aims to promote responsible business practices in Luxembourg.
Our whistleblower hotline ensures that there is a confidential way to report any concerns with CTG business practices. Specific to CTG Luxembourg, PSF S.A., we have complaint handling (traitement des réclamations) processes for clients, in accordance with CSSF’s Regulation 16-07 and Circular 17/671.