PT Timah Tbk continues to strive to realize good corporate governance Good Corporate Governance (GCG). Various efforts have been made, including reminding employees not to be involved in acts of corruption, collusion, nepotism and gratification. For this reason, PT Timah Tbk held a virtual seminar "Anti-Bribery and Corruption" which presented Kasatgas speakers. Member of Directorate of Public Complaints, Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) RI, Amir Arief moderated by the Corporate Secretary of PT Timah Tbk, M. Zulkarnaen Dharmawi, Tuesday (12/1/2020).
President Director of PT Timah Tbk, M. Riza Pahlevi reminded that employees can work in accordance with the standards and rules applied by PT Timah. In addition, employees must also work sincerely and not be easily tempted so as not to fall into actions that harm individuals and the company. Employees must have high integrity in carrying out their duties, uphold the values ??of professionalism. So that it can be avoided from harmful actions. "Hopefully we can broaden our understanding so that it increases integrity, a culture of integrity will become our culture and I am sure that the Timah people have high integrity," said Riza.
Furthermore, Amir Arief said that in order to avoid bribery and corruption, a commitment must be made from the leadership to all employees. In addition, policy internalization is also important in order to create control over work so as to avoid potential acts of bribery and corruption. "Must have a strong commitment from the leadership, do not let this leader ask for facilitation payments from his subordinates, promotion must use facilitation payments. If the boss is not clean, then the subordinates can't either. It needs joint commitment from all parties, "he said.
Amir explained that there are three requirements to build an anti-bribery culture including integrity, appropriate SOPs and reward / punishment. "Building a culture must be carried out continuously and campaigned. In doing so, it also needs reward and punishment. In addition, it also needs evaluation and control at every level to anticipate potential bribery and corruption, "he concluded. *