We understand the importance of credibility and trustworthiness to our success as a business. All officers and employees are expected to conduct their business affairs in accordance with all applicable laws of the United States and observe the highest standards of business ethics; acting with integrity while considering the impact of their decisions on our stakeholders, with whom we will communicate openly and effectively.
Our employees are our most important asset. We are very mindful of their well-being and have put into place an extensive safety program and hold a wellness fair every year.
SitOnIt Seating is committed to accident prevention and will do everything possible to protect the health and safety of our employees.
We do not discriminate on the basis of race, ancestry, place of origin, color, ethnic origin, citizenship, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, marital status, family status or disability. We are committed to treating all of our employees and associates with dignity and respect; encouraging collaboration, teamwork and the active involvement of all employees.
We encourage our employees to show trust and respect to all people regardless of their background, race, religion, or sexual orientation and have an affirmative action plan that is annually updated with hiring and promotion goals for inclusion.
It is our policy to protect and respect the basic human rights of our employees and associates. We commit to providing decent work hours, wages, and conditions as well as upholding all local, national and global regulations prohibiting forced, compulsory and child labor.
We seek out activities that contribute to the community in which we operate. Activities may include volunteerism, donations, and sponsorship opportunities, among others. We will make every effort to involve our employees in these decisions and encourage their participation. Some of our efforts include:
- The Common Thread for The Cure. We sponsor an annual event benefiting The Common Thread for the Cure, a non-profit organization uniting the furniture industry in the battle against breast cancer.
- Second Harvest Food Bank. In 2014 we donated over 5,600 pounds of food to the Second Harvest Food Bank. The organization is committed to finding innovative, sustainable ways to end hunger in Orange County.
- Toys For Tots. We collect Toys For Tots during the holiday season.