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Rockwell-Collins-Headquarters(1)Rockwell Collins hits the headlines yet again this year as it is named a ‘2016 World’s Most Ethical Company’ by the Ethisphere Institute.

This award marks the seventh consecutive win for Rockwell Collins in the decade that Ethisphere has operated the initiative that recognises a commitment to ethical business standards and practice.

Rockwell Collins are understandably delighted to achieve this recognition and attributes the award to the dedication of its employees. Bob Perna, senior vice-president for General Counsel and Secretary at Rockwell Collins said, ‘The recognition we’ve consistently received from Ethisphere Institute over the past seven years is a true testament to our employees’ commitment to upholding the highest levels of integrity in all that we do.’

Scoring for the award occurs in five main categories:

  • Ethics and compliance
  • Corporate citizenship and responsibility
  • Culture of ethics
  • Governance
  • Leadership

Find out more about Ethisphere and the other recipients of the awards here.

Ethisphere Honours World's Most Ethical CompaniesRockwell Collins has been recognised for the sixth year by Ethisphere Institute as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies.

Based upon the Ethisphere Institutes Ethics Quotient, a framework developed over many years of research, the World’s Most Ethical Company award recognises organisations that ‘have had a material impact on the way business is conducted by fostering a culture of ethics and transparency at every level’.

Rockwell Collins are delighted to be a sixth year honouree as Bob Perna, senior vice president of the General Counsel and Secretary at Rockwell Collins said, “We are proud to receive this award. Our employees work hard to deliver on our commitment of trust and integrity in all we do, which is critical to our business success”.

There are five categories involved in the scoring process:

  • Ethics and compliance – 35%
  • Culture of ethics – 20%
  • Corporate citizenship and responsibility – 20%
  • Governance – 15%
  • Leadership, innovation and reputation – 10%

A full list of the 2015 World’s Most Ethical Companies can be found here.