Wilton Hanford Hanover requires employees to
1. work diligently to –
2. behave courteously, honestly and ethically in doing our business, showing positive regard and respect for everyone we encounter in our work
3. learn and share learning in order to sustain excellence in what we do
These obligations are reflected in our standing agreements with professional associates.
Our public sector clients assess the behaviour of WHH employees and associates with reference to their own values and standards. The need to align with public agency values and standards is explicit in some tenders and contracts that WHH directors sign. In addition, WHH occasionally advises on matters where possible breaches of the APS Code of Conduct may be an issue.
For these reasons WHH references the APS Values and Code of Conduct in its own code. These references are available online at
WHH individual employment agreements contain provisions that refer to duties of confidentiality and non-disclosure commonly contained in the bodies of Commonwealth of Australia contracts.
Employees are bound by WHH company policies, which include the collective agreement; individual employment agreements made under the collective agreement; and internal policy statements.