One of our company principles states that ‘We comply with applicable laws and internal guidelines’.
Compliance is an essential component of the continued success of our company, and we would like you to know that you can confide in us.
As a responsible company, it is of the greatest importance to us to be able to identify and counteract potential misconduct as early as possible.
Members of the public, employees and business partners are especially invited to raise serious concerns relating to fraud, bribery, theft, modern slavery within the supply chain or breaches of our policies and procedures via our confidential online reporting system.
Or you can simply send a letter by post to:
FAO: Legal & Compliance Department
14 Kingston Road
You can also send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
In addition, Lidl Great Britain Limited has formed a partnership with Russell Cooke LLP and implemented an external Whistleblowing Hotline.
Reports can be made, also anonymously, via telephone, email or in writing and should be directed to:
Russell Cooke LLP
8 Bedford Row
Telephone: +44 (0)20 3826 7540
Regardless of the method you choose to raise your concern, you can remain anonymous should you so desire.
This Whistleblowing process has been set up solely for the purpose of raising concerns about possible incidents of non-compliance; please note that other matters cannot be dealt with via this process.