Enron's vision is to become the world's leading energy company—creating innovative and efficient energy solutions for growing economies and a better environment worldwide.
Respect: We treat others as we would like to be treated ourselves. We do not tolerate abusive or disrespectful treatment. Ruthlessness, callousness and arrogance don't belong here.
Integrity: We work with customers and prospects openly, honestly and sincerely. When we say we will do something, we will do it; when we say we cannot or will not do something, then we won't do it.
Communication: We have an obligation to communicate. Here, we take the time to talk with one another…and to listen. We believe that information is meant to move and that information moves people.
Excellence: We are satisfied with nothing less than the very best in everything we do. We will continue to raise the bar for everyone. The great fun here will be for all of us to discover just how good we can really be.
Principles of Human Rights
Enron stands on the foundation of its Vision and Values. Every employee is
educated about the company's Vision and Values and is expected to conduct
business with other employees, partners, contractors, suppliers, vendors and
customers keeping in mind respect, integrity, communication and excellence.
Everything we do evolves from Enron's Vision and Values statements.
At Enron, we treat others as we expect to be treated ourselves. We believe in
respect for the rights of all individuals and are committed to promoting an
environment characterized by dignity and mutual respect for employees, customers,
contractors, suppliers, partners, community members and representatives of all
levels of Government.
We do not and will not tolerate mistreatment or human rights abuses of any kind by
our employees or contractors.
We believe in treating all employees fairly, regardless of gender, race, color,
language, religion, age, ethnic background, political or other opinion, national origin,
or physical limitation.
We are dedicated to conducting business according to all applicable local and
international laws and regulations, including but not limited to, the U.S. Foreign
Corrupt Practices Act, and with the highest professional and ethical standards.
We are committed to operating safely and conducting business worldwide in
compliance with all applicable environmental, health, and safety laws and
regulations and strive to improve the lives of the people in the regions in which we
operate. These laws, regulations, and standards are designed to safeguard the
environment, human health, wildlife, and natural resources. Our commitment to
observe them faithfully is an integral part of our business and of our values.
We believe that playing an active role in every community in which we operate
fosters a long-term partnership with the people with whom we come into daily
contact. Strengthening the communities where our employees live and work is a
priority. We focus community relations activities on several areas, with particular
emphasis on education, the environment, and promoting healthy families.
We believe in offering our employees fair compensation through wages and other
We believe that our employees and the employees of our contractors working in our
facilities are entitled to safe and healthy working conditions.
Education and Communication
Because we take our responsibilities to our fellow citizens seriously, we act decisively to ensure that all those with whom we do business understand our policies and standards.
Providing clearly written guidelines reinforces our principles and business ethics. Enron employees at all levels are expected to be active proponents of our principles and are trained to report without retribution anything they observe or discover that indicates our standards are not being met.
Compliance with the law and ethical standards are conditions of employment, and violations will result in disciplinary action, which may include termination. New employees are asked to sign a statement indicating that they have read, understand and will comply with this statement, and employees are periodically asked to reaffirm their commitment to these principles.
Furthermore, Enron seeks to require its contractors, suppliers, and vendors to uphold the same respect for human rights that we require of ourselves, and to include appropriate provisions in every new contract entered with these parties. When we are joint venture partners with other companies, we will work to gain board approval for similar measures in joint venture contracts with contractors, suppliers and vendors.