The Board and Management of Zenitas are committed to sound corporate governance practices which ensure we meet our obligations and responsibilities to our customers, employees and stakeholders.
Zenitas employees are required to conduct their activities ethically and with integrity. The Board and Management have approved a Code of Conduct which sets out the ethical standards that are expected of all staff in their dealings with clients and each other.
Zenitas is committed to a culture where our people are encouraged to speak up if something doesn’t look right, and to support them when they do. The Protected Disclosure Policy establishes what is reportable conduct, how to report a concern and the protections available.
As a values-led organisation, we have a role to play in eradicating modern slavery and we are committed to ensuring the sustainability across our supply chains.
Zenitas acknowledges the importance of a workplace which actively seeks to promote and support gender equity. Zenitas Healthcare reports annually to the Workplace Gender Equality Agency and is compliant with the Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012.
We are pleased to share our first REFLECT Reconciliation Action Plan to address how we can positively impact the lives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people across health, aged care and disability services.