The Scope Of This Policy: These guidelines apply to all members of our company.

The Purpose Of This Policy: The fundamental purpose is to protect the impartiality and neutrality of Online Peeps and the integrity of its news stories. Every staff member is expected to read these rules carefully and abide by them as they apply to his or her duties.

Compliance With This Code: Online Peeps takes this code of conduct very seriously. All employees of Online Peeps are responsible for compliance with all aspects of this code. All new employees shall be required to read this code at the outset of their employment, and to attest in writing that they have done so; all Online Peeps employees shall be required, at the time this code is first promulgated, to read it and so attest. Such written attestations shall be required once each year.

The matters addressed by this code are sufficiently important that any lapse in judgment within the areas covered here may be considered serious enough to warrant discipline up to and including dismissal.

Any employee who has a question about or becomes aware of his or her own possible violation of this code or by any other employee, or becomes aware that he or another employee is involved in a transaction or relationship that could reasonably give rise to an actual or apparent conflict of interest, should promptly discuss the situation with his or her supervisor. Every effort will be made to maintain the confidentiality of such discussions. Online Peeps will not permit or tolerate any retaliation against any employee who makes a good faith report about a possible violation of the code by another employee. Please consult with the Talent team if you have any questions on this.

Nothing in this Policy is intended to preclude or dissuade employees from (a) reporting possible or suspected violations of law or regulation to any governmental agency or entity, cooperating with any such agency in an investigation, or making other legally protected disclosures; or (b) engaging in any other legally protected activity, including but not limited to, activities protected under Section 7 of the Labor Laws In India – (Indian) Industrial Disputes Act, 1947, such as collectively discussing wages, benefits or terms and conditions of employment or raising complaints concerning working conditions.