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The Peninsula Group follow strict code of conduct rules to deliver fairness and stability for both its staff and clients.
All Peninsula Group staff conduct business with openness and integrity. We will not offer, give, seek, or receive, either directly or indirectly, inducements or other improper advantages for business or financial gain. No employee may offer, seek, give, or receive any gift or payment which is, or could be, construed as such.
Peninsula Group forbids any form of bribery, and we expect compliance with the highest ethical standards from everyone connected with our business. Integrity and transparency are essential, and we have a zero tolerance attitude towards corrupt activities of any kind – whether committed by employees or third parties acting for or on behalf of the group.
To learn more, request a copy of our anti-bribery policy.
Business continuity planning
The Peninsula Group has a comprehensive Business Continuity Management Plan. This sets out how we reduce potential loss to the business, both financially and in terms of reputation, by maintaining the contracted level of service to our clients during any major disruption.
The more you enjoy what you do, the more successful you will be at it. If you enjoy your work then your motivation and passion will be greater.
Peninsula Group CEO and Founder
Peter started Peninsula in 1983 as the first consultancy to make HR and health & safety services accessible to businesses of all sizes. Today, Peninsula looks after over 100,000 companies worldwide, with offices in the UK, Republic of Ireland, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. Peter has been named one of the UK’s top CEOs, he is a member of the Forbes Business Council and is regularly published in the Times Enterprise Network and FT Adviser.
Financial & criminal compliance
We are committed to the highest standards of compliance with financial crime legislation.
To meet these standards, we take the following steps:
- Follow a Financial Crime Compliance policy to reflect our commitment to Anti-bribery, Anti-Money Laundering, and International Sanction
- Hire dedicated Financial Crime Compliance Officers who are responsible for implementing effective financial crime procedure, monitoring compliance, and reporting to the Board of Directors
- Invite independent financial auditors to regularly audit the Peninsula Group under FRS102
- Review our financial policies to ensure tax transparency, alongside hiring a Senior Accounting officer as required by HMRC
- Comply with all UK statutes that cover most financial sectors, including the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 and the Terrorism Act 2000
Sharing sustainable success
Peninsula Group incentivises its employees with a company profit share framework.
All company employees and executives benefit from the scheme. The scheme is based on the long-term sustainable success of the business, incentivising outperformance in areas like profit, growth, retention, and sustainability.
The Peninsula Group needs to use and store personal and sensitive information about staff, members (clients), and its employees.
When doing so, the lawful treatment of personal information is imperative. We are committed to embedding the seven principles of the GDPR in everything we do and perform regular audits to maintain our ongoing compliance. We process all personal data in line with the General Data Protection Regulations and the Data Protection Act 2018 and won’t hold onto any data for longer than essential or required by law.