Underpinning everything we do across the PaperlinX Group are our people. They give our businesses a unique competitive advantage. Creating a strong and cohesive culture and a safe working environment is a priority for us. We support people to work to their best and continue to provide opportunities to make this their high point of working life.
PaperlinX has seven organisational Values that respect existing local business values and recognise the additional global element of the broader organisation working together. Together with our Code of Conduct and Core Operating Principles, the Values guide decision-making and provide a directional framework for everyone at PaperlinX.
The PaperlinX Core Operating Principles provide a common direction for the Group, giving guidance to all employees and encouraging alignment across our businesses and people.
Building the strength of our businesses requires dedication and focus, and is necessary to improve our competitiveness. As we continuously improve existing businesses, we also create stronger platforms for future growth.
Investments in our facilities, our systems, our brands and our people all need funding; we need continuous productivity to provide the funds to support these investments that will make us a stronger company for the future.
Ensuring that we continually work to simplify what we do and how we do it will enable businesses to focus on their strengths resulting in improved efficiencies from their efforts.
We all must seek to add value for our customers, our suppliers or for PaperlinX as a whole, and find alternative options for those activities that don't achieve this.
Supporting each other, PaperlinX businesses or our global opportunities ensures we fully benefit from the combined people and business resources within the company.
Supporting and growing our people and their skills makes for a stronger and more capable company.
There is a line that divides what is right and wrong. Understand it and don't cross it in relation to competitive behaviour, employee safety or environmental issues in particular.
Small groups of people, well focused on a problem, will almost always help each other to find a better result.