Code of Ethics


Zeetta Networks Ltd (Zeetta) uses a professional code of ethics policy to give our employees guidelines on our business ethics and stance on various controversial matters.

Zeetta trusts that you use your better judgment, but needs to provide you with a concrete guide you can fall back on if you’re unsure about how you should act (e.g. in cases of conflict of interest).

Zeetta will also use this policy to outline the consequences of violating the business code of ethics.

This policy applies to everyone Zeetta employs or has business relations with. This includes individual people such as employees, interns, and volunteers, but also business entities, such as vendors, enterprise customers or venture capital companies.

Note that the Zeetta code of ethics refers to legally or morally charged issues and should be read in conjunction with the Employee Handbook.

Components of our code of professional ethics

Zeetta bases its business code of ethics on common principles of

  • Respect for others – Treat people as you want to be treated.
  • Integrity and honesty – Tell the truth and avoid any wrongdoing to the best of your ability.
  • Justice – Make sure you’re objective and fair and don’t disadvantage others.
  • Lawfulness – Know and always follow the law.
  • Competence and accountability – Work hard and be responsible for your work.
  • Teamwork – Collaborate and ask for help.

Respect for Others

It’s mandatory to respect everyone you interact with. Be kind, polite and understanding. You must respect others’ personal space, opinions and privacy. Any kind of violence, harassment or victimization is strictly prohibited and disciplinary is likely to be taken.

If someone, be it a customer, colleague or stakeholder, is offensive, demeaning or threatening toward you
or someone you know, report them immediately to HR. You can also report instances of rudeness and dismissiveness if this becomes excessive or frequent.

Integrity and Honesty

We all work together to achieve specific outcomes. Your behaviour contributes to our shared goals, whether financial or organizational.

Be honest and transparent when you act in ways that impact other people (e.g. taking strategic decisions or deciding on layoffs). Zeetta does not tolerate malicious, deceitful or petty conduct.

Lies and cheating are huge red flags. Stealing from the Company or individuals is illegal. When discovered you are likely to face disciplinary action.

Conflict of Interest

Zeetta has a detailed Conflicts of Interest Policy that should be adhered to at all times.


You must not act in a way that exploits others, their hard work or their mistakes. You must give everyone equal opportunity and speak up when someone else doesn’t.

You must be objective when making decisions that can impact other people. Be sure that you can justify any decision with written records or examples. Seek and use the most objective methods in any case; for example, when interviewing candidates, ask the same interview questions to all of them and avoid judging non-job-related criteria, like dress, appearance, etc.

You cannot discriminate against people with protected characteristics. If you suspect you may have an unconscious bias that influences your decisions ask for help from HR.

When exercising authority, be fair and do not show favouritism toward specific employees and be transparent when you decide to praise or reward an employee.


You are obliged to follow all laws which apply to Zeetta as an organization. Depending on your role and profession, there might be various laws you need to observe. When you are preparing contracts, clauses, disclaimers or online documents that may be governed by law (such as consent forms), legal counsel should be consulted. You must refer to the Zeetta confidentiality and data protection policy and guidance notes. If you’re not sure what the law is in a specific instance ask HR for assistance.

Competence and accountability

All employees need to put a healthy amount of effort into their work.

We are all responsible for Zeetta’s success. Incomplete or slow work might hinder other people’s work or cause them an additional burden. This comes in direct conflict with our respect and integrity principles.

Opportunities for learning and development, either on-the-job or via educational material or training should be taken. If you are unsure how you can achieve this, discuss the approach and opportunities with your line manager.


You must make an effort to create effective working relationships with employees, clients and suppliers of Zeetta. You will certainly get to work autonomously and be focused on your own projects and responsibilities. When required you should be ready to collaborate with and help others.

You must share your expertise and knowledge where required and be open to learning and evolving. Consulting and brainstorming with others create opportunities for you to grow your experience and opportunities for excellence.

ZN-011-01-18 Code of Ethics Policy v2.0 – 30 Mar 2023